PUBLIC SAFETY, LAW ENFORCEMENT AND VETERAN AFFAIRS
Bills Assigned to Committee
PUBLIC SAFETY, LAW ENFORCEMENT AND VETERAN AFFAIRS

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HB1051 --- Sponsor: Ward, Dan
Provides additional space for offices and firing range at Troop C Service Center in Park Hills, Missouri.
HB1158 --- Sponsor: Relford, Randall H.
Establishes Policemen & Sheriff's Deputies Trust Fund and sets minimum salary of $20,000.
HB1190 --- Sponsor: Myers, Peter --- CoSponsor: Whorton, James
Authorizes medals for Korean War veterans.
HB1249 --- Sponsor: Thompson, Betty L.
Opens police personnel records to hiring law enforcement agencies; requires disclosure of any peace officer's unfitness to the Police Officer Standards and Training Commission.
HB1252 --- Sponsor: Thompson, Betty L.
Exempts retired veterans from all taxes in the state.
HB1258 --- Sponsor: Hosmer, Craig
Prohibits release of names of law enforcement officers in incident reports.
HB1259 --- Sponsor: Champion, Norma
Makes it a crime to fail to obey lawful order of police while at an accident scene.
HB1284 --- Sponsor: Gaskill, Sam
Designates the bridge over the Missouri River between St. Louis and St. Charles counties on state highway D as the "Veterans Memorial Bridge".
HB1368 --- Sponsor: Scheve, May
Regulates hay rides.
HB1373 --- Sponsor: Kelly, Glenda
Allows the Missouri Emergency Response Commission to designate a local emergency planning district in St. Joseph.
HB1398 --- Sponsor: Ward, Dan --- CoSponsor: Selby, Harold R.
Allows relatives of deceased veterans of World War II to apply for World War II medals and extends the application date to 2003.
HB1399 --- Sponsor: Ransdall, Bill L. --- CoSponsor: Kreider, Jim
Extends application deadline for World War II medals to January 1, 2003.
HB1515 --- Sponsor: Burton, Gary L.
Revises section awarding honorary high school diplomas to certain veterans.
HB1519 --- Sponsor: Boucher, Bill --- CoSponsor: Kreider, Jim
Designates April 19th of each year as "Patriots Day".
HB1581 --- Sponsor: Clayton, Robert
Allows Highway Patrol officers to be elected to school boards and permits the superintendent to authorize officers to accept federal commissions.
HB1613 --- Sponsor: Ross, Carson --- CoSponsor: Reinhart, Annie
Modifies the WWII medallion program and funding to the Veterans' Commission Capital Improvement Trust Fund.
HB1668 --- Sponsor: Holt, Bruce W. --- CoSponsor: Luetkenhaus, Bill
Creates Emergency Personnel Appreciation Day.
HB1713 --- Sponsor: Monaco, Ralph A. --- CoSponsor: Walton, Juanita Head
Provides that certain health impairments shall be presumed to have been suffered in the line of duty unless the contrary can be shown by competent evidence.
HB1758 --- Sponsor: Jolly, Cathy --- CoSponsor: Monaco, Ralph A.
Requires that any canine acquired by a law enforcement agency after July 1, 2002, must be trained and certified along with its handler before it can be used.
HB1816 --- Sponsor: Selby, Harold R.
Authorizes an additional two percent sales tax on fireworks.
HB1822 --- Sponsor: Walton, Juanita Head --- CoSponsor: Green, Tom
Provides state employees protection against discharge if called to military duty or training and sets maximum hours of military leave and designates when and how such leave may be charged.
HB1832 --- Sponsor: Luetkemeyer, Blaine
Removes current requirement for property owners in proposed law enforcement district to be personally served.
HB1876 --- Sponsor: Kelly, Glenda
Authorizes the Office of Administration to provided armed security guards at state owned or leased facilities.
HB1934 --- Sponsor: Merideth III, Denny J. --- CoSponsor: Holand, Roy W.
Permits continued pay for state employees on extended military leaves of absence.
HB1999 --- Sponsor: Lawson, Maurice --- CoSponsor: Kelly, Glenda
Excludes bailiffs or court marshals from requirement of having a peace officer license.
HB2050 --- Sponsor: Barnitz, Frank A.
Makes it illegal to use glass food or beverage containers within 50 feet of navigable waterways.
HB2052 --- Sponsor: Hosmer, Craig
Requires railroad police officers to be licensed peace officers.
HB2073 --- Sponsor: Lawson, Maurice --- CoSponsor: Shields, Charles W.
Declares bailiff's and court marshals to be peace officers and subject to the provisions of chapter 590.
HB2127 --- Sponsor: Campbell, Marsha
Provides guidelines for elevator safety and inspection.
HB2160 --- Sponsor: Britt, Phillip M. --- CoSponsor: Kreider, Jim
Establishes a police chief and officer retirement fund for police outside Kansas City and St. Louis.
HCR21 --- Sponsor: Boucher, Bill
Urges the United States Department of Veterans Affairs to provide National Guard veterans with similar benefits as are provided to active duty military retirees.
SB726 --- Sponsor: Childers, Doyle
Moves Emergency Services Day to September 11th.
SB993 --- Sponsor: Rohrbach, Larry M.
Revises residency requirements for fire protection district directors.
SB1028 --- Sponsor: Russell, John T.
Changes procedures for establishment of a law enforcement district.
SB1119 --- Sponsor: Johnson, Sidney
Allows the Office of Administration to provide armed security guards for state facilities.
SB1213 --- Sponsor: Mathewson, James L.
Requires railroad policemen to be commissioned.
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