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  1. HB 1399 - Requires municipal governments to provide police officers with body-worn cameras, requires police officers to wear cameras while on patrol, and makes an officer’s failure to wear the camera a misdemeanor offense.

    May 1, 2016LegislationCriminal Justice Reform
  2. SB2656 - Would require written consent to search during contact with law enforcement officer.

    May 1, 2016LegislationCriminal Justice Reform
  3. HB 1314 & SB 2620 - Would legislatively remedy the resurgence of modern-day debtors’ prisons in Mississippi – evidenced by federal class actions against two of its largest cities.

    May 1, 2016LegislationCriminal Justice Reform
  4. HB 669 & SB 2490 – Require that law enforcement officers employed by agencies which provide body-word cameras, operate the cameras and store the footage according to guidelines designed to ensure transparency and accountability while protecting...

    May 1, 2016LegislationCriminal Justice Reform
  5. SB2337 & HB1001 - Would require uniform statewide training for School Resource Officers (SROs)

    May 1, 2016LegislationCriminal Justice Reform
  6. HB1328 - Would give justice court judges the authority to expunge misdemeanor convictions.

    May 1, 2016LegislationCriminal Justice Reform
  7. HB 1410 – would create a task force to address the lack of transparency in civil asset forfeiture.

    May 1, 2016LegislationCriminal Justice Reform
  8. SB2512 - Would require new private prisons to show that their facility can result in a recidivism rate that is 10% less than the recidivism rate for DOC facilities.

    May 1, 2016LegislationCriminal Justice Reform
  9. SB2791 - Would clarify the list of offenses that make offenders convicted between 1995-2014 ineligible for parole.

    May 1, 2016LegislationCriminal Justice Reform
  10. ACLU of MS Wraps Up 2016 Legislative Summary

    May 4, 2016News updateCriminal Justice Reform, Governmental Transparency & Accountability

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