Home Sessions Committee Streaming This is the notification div House Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Committee - February 24, 2021 30 House Building 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 Chair Wilcox called the meeting to order at 8:06 a.m. Rep. Burton moved to approve the minutes of February 22, 2021. H.B. 379 Board of Pardons Amendments (Ray, P.) Rep. Ray presented the bill with the assistance of Amanda Montague, Assistant Attorney General. Mike Haddon, Director, Board of Pardons and Parole, was available to answer questions. Rep. Romero moved to amend H.B. 379 with Amendment #1. Rep. Burton moved to pass H.B. 379 out favorably as amended. H.B. 383 Flag Display Amendments (Gwynn, M.) Rep. Gwynn presented the bill to the committee. Lee Perry, former representative and representing the Utah Law Enforcement Memorial, spoke in support of the bill. Rep. Romero moved to pass H.B. 383 out favorably. S.B. 159 Law Enforcement Data Management Requirements (Anderegg, J.) Sen. Jacob Anderegg presented the bill with assistance of Tom Ross, Executive Director, Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice. Rep. Burton assumed the chair. Chief Wade Carpenter, President, Utah Chiefs of Police Association, spoke in support of the bill. Bret Webster, resident, spoke in support of the bill. John Park, Utah League of Cities and Towns, spoke in support of the bill. Rep. Romero moved to pass S.B. 159 out favorably. H.B. 251 Electronic Keyword and Location Amendments (Wilcox, R.) Rep. Wilcox presented the bill to the committee. Wade Carpenter spoke in support of the bill. Mark Moffat, criminal defense lawyer, spoke in support of the bill. Marina Lowe, Legislative and Policy Counsel, American Civil Liberties Union, spoke to the bill. Sheriff Chad Jensen, President, Utah Sheriffs' Association. spoke in support of the bill. Jeff Gray, Director of the Search and Seizure Section, Attorney General's Office, spoke in support of the bill. Ryan McBride, prosecutor, Utah County District Attorney's Office, spoke to the bill. Rep. Miles moved to replace H.B. 251 with 1st Substitute H.B. 251. Rep. Miles moved to pass 1st Substitute H.B. 251 out favorably. Rep. Stoddard moved to amend 1st Substitute H.B. 251 with Amendment #1. Rep. Miles moved to pass 1st Substitute H.B. 251 out favorably as amended. Rep. Romero moved to adjourn. Vice Chair Burton adjourned the meeting at 9:01 a.m. H.B. 379 Board of Pardons AmendmentsH.B. 379 Board of Pardons Amendments H.B. 383 Flag Display AmendmentsH.B. 383 Flag Display Amendments S.B. 159 Law Enforcement Data Management RequirementsS.B. 159 Law Enforcement Data Management Requirements H.B. 251 Electronic Location AmendmentsH.B. 251 Electronic Location Amendments AgendaAgenda MINUTESMINUTES HB0379HB0379 HB0383HB0383 SB0159SB0159 HB0251HB0251 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.