Home Sessions Committee Streaming This is the notification div Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Interim Committee - September 15, 2020 445 State Capitol Participate in Virtual Meeting Option to provide public comment (at committee chair's discretion) Video for all meetings Requires submitting name to join meeting Live Audio/Video No option to provide public comment Audio only for meetings in House 30, Senate 210, and State Capitol 445; video for all other meetings Does not require submitting name to listen to/watch meeting Additional Information Follow Along Display documents automatically as they are discussed This meeting is not currently streaming. Markers Agenda Docs Downloads Make Clip Recording 1 Committee Business Chair Perry called the meeting to order at 9:09 a.m. John Feinauer, Policy Analyst, Office of Legislative Research and General Counsel, reviewed the public comment process that would be used during the meeting. Sex Offender Registry 2a - Presentation, Reviewing Utah's Sex Offender and Kidnap Registry Monica Diaz, Director, Utah Sentencing Commission, discussed applying a risk-based assessment to individuals on the sex offender registry. Faye Jenkins, citizen, spoke to some issues of consequence for people whose names are entered into the sex offender registry. Daniel Burton, Utah Attorney General's Office, commented on some challenges in determining the recidivism rate among offenders. Wendy Parmley, citizen, spoke in support of risk-based assessments of offenders over a period of time. Rep. Potter moved to approve the minutes of the August 18, 2020, meeting. Facial Recognition Chief Brian Redd, State Bureau of Investigation, Utah Department of Public Safety, discussed the use of facial recognition technology by law enforcement agencies. Connor Boyack, President, Libertas Institute, encouraged inclusion of the use of facial recognition technology in Utah statute. Wendy Parmley, citizen, spoke to the misidentification of persons through the use of facial recognition technology. Gopi Krishna, citizen, asked about databases currently being used for facial recognition. Marina Lowe, Legislative and Policy Counsel, American Civil Liberties Union of Utah, spoke in support of codifying the use of facial recognition technology in the state. Student Data Privacy Chief Brian Redd, State Bureau of Investigation, Utah Department of Public Safety, discussed how data can be used to keep students safe at school. Kim Cordova, Executive Director, Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice, spoke about the training curriculum for resource officers in schools. 4a - Law Enforcement and USBE Data Report Patty Norman, Deputy Superintendent of Student Achievement, State Board of Education, reported on data sharing between law enforcement and the State Board of Education. Chuma Uzoh, Assistant Director, Information Technology, State Board of Education, responded to a question about statewide student identification. Lindsay Jaynes, Data and Statistic Research Consultant, commented on the use of student identification numbers. Statutory Responses to Riots Sheriff Ryan Arbon, Weber County, indicated that two bills, one in the state of Georgia and the other in the state of Tennessee, which address riots and other similar issues, may provide a framework for legislation in Utah. John Feinauer, Policy Analyst, Office of Legislative Research and General Counsel, compared current Utah statute with some provisions of recently passed legislation in other states. Rep. Ray moved to open a committee bill file to address the issue of rioting. Sheriff Chad Jensen, Cache County, spoke in support of the motion. Correctional Facility Placement 6a - Draft Legislation, Community Correctional Center Amendments Rep. Calvin R. Musselman introduced and discussed provisions of 2021 General Session Draft Legislation "Community Correctional Center Amendments." James Hudspeth, Deputy Executive Director, Utah Department of Corrections, responded to a committee members' question about the funding of correctional facilities. Dan Blanchard, Director, Division of Adult Probation and Parole, Utah Department of Corrections, noted the importance of providing services to offenders within their own communities. James Hudspeth, Deputy Executive Director, Utah Department of Corrections, commented on the application of resources. Sheriff Chad Jensen, Cache County, expressed interest in participating in continued discussions on this issue with the Legislature and the Utah Department of Corrections. Rep. Miles moved to recommend 2021 General Session draft legislation, "Community Correctional Center Amendments," as a committee bill. State V. Bowden 7a - State V. Bowden John Feinauer, Policy Analyst, Office of Legislative Research and General Counsel, introduced the issue. Esther Chelsea-McCarty, provided an overview of the State v. Bowden case. Christopher Ballard, Deputy Director, Criminal Appeals Division, and Assistant Solicitor General, Utah Attorney General's Office, discussed potential legislative action in regard to the State v. Bowden case. Other Items/Adjourn Rep. Potter moved to adjourn the meeting. Chair Perry adjourned the meeting at 11:20 a.m. Committee BusinessCommittee Business Sex Offender RegistrySex Offender Registry Facial RecognitionFacial Recognition Student Data PrivacyStudent Data Privacy Statutory Responses to RiotsStatutory Responses to Riots Correctional Facility PlacementCorrectional Facility Placement State V. BowdenState V. Bowden Other Items/AdjournOther Items/Adjourn AGENDAAGENDA MINUTESMINUTES NOTICENOTICE 2a - Presentation, Reviewing Utah's Sex Offender and Kidnap Registry2a - Presentation, Reviewing Utah's Sex Offender and Kidnap Registry 4a - Law Enforcement and USBE Data Report4a - Law Enforcement and USBE Data Report 6a - Draft Legislation, Community Correctional Center Amendments6a - Draft Legislation, Community Correctional Center Amendments 7a - State V. Bowden7a - State V. Bowden Recording 1 - Low Quality Start with offset Position: (Seconds) Get Current Position End with offset Position: (Seconds) Get Current Position Clip URL: Copy Resize Audio/Video Player Having trouble listening? Try our troubleshooting page.