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MINUTES OF THE

LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE STANDING COMMITTEE

Thursday, February 7, 2002 _ 7:00 a.m. _ Room 423 State Capitol


Members Present:
Rep. DeMar "Bud" Bowman, Chair
Rep. Douglas C. Aagard
Rep. Trisha S. Beck
Rep. Duane E. Bourdeaux
Rep. Carol Spackman Moss
Rep. Loraine T. Pace
Rep. Brent D. Parker
Rep. Paul Ray
Rep. Jack A. Seitz
Rep. Peggy Wallace
Rep. Bradley A. Winn         Members Absent:
Rep. Matt Throckmorton, Vice Chair
    

Staff Present:

Ms. Chyleen A. Arbon, Research Analyst
Ms. Jennifer Asplund, House Secretary Note:    A list of others present will be filed with committee minutes.

Chair Bowman called the meeting to order at 7:04 a.m.

MOTION:    Rep. Aagard moved to approve the minutes of the February 5, 2002 meeting. The motion passed unanimously, with Rep. Moss and Rep. Wallace absent for the vote.

H.C.R. 5    Resolution Recognizing Military, President, and Congress' Role in War on Terrorism
             (J. Swallow)

Explained the bill:    Chair Bowman
                Rep. Swallow

MOTION:    Rep. Seitz moved to pass the bill out favorably. The motion passed unanimously, with Rep. Moss and Rep. Wallace absent for the vote.

MOTION:    Rep. Parker moved to place the bill on the consent calendar. The motion passed unanimously, with Rep. Moss and Rep. Wallace absent for the vote.

H.J.R. 22    Resolution Opposing Increased Violence in Sports Against Sports Officials (D. Hogue)

Rep. Hogue explained the bill.

Steve Peterson, Utah School Board Associations and Utah School Superintendent Association, spoke in favor of the bill.

MOTION:    Rep. Ray moved to pass the bill out favorably. The motion passed unanimously, with Rep. Moss absent for the vote.

MOTION:     Rep. Ray moved to place the bill on the consent calendar. The motion passed unanimously, with Rep. Moss absent for the vote.



H.B. 101    Racial Profiling (D. Bourdeaux)

Explained the bill:     Rep. Bourdeaux
                Michael Zimmerman, Chair, Commission on Racial and Ethnic Fairness in the Legal System

MOTION:     Rep. Bourdeaux moved to delete in body and title H.B. 101 and replace it with 1st Substitute H.B. 101. The motion passed unanimously, with Rep. Moss absent for the vote.

MOTION:    Rep. Bourdeaux moved to amend the bill as follows:

1.    Page 1, Line 8:    After " establish a" insert " protected"
2.    Page 5, Line 131:    Delete "and"
3.    Page 5, Line 136:    After "Legislature" insert "; and (iii) classify any personal identifying information of any individual, including law enforcement officers, in the database as protected records under Subsection 63-2-304(9)"

The motion passed unanimously.

MOTION:    Rep. Seitz moved to pass the bill out favorably. The motion passed unanimously.

MOTION:    Rep. Seitz moved to adjourn the meeting. The motion passed unanimously.

Chair Bowman adjourned the meeting at 8:10 a.m.







Chair, Rep. DeMar “Bud” Bowman