8 LONG TITLE
9 General Description:
10 This bill extends the Criminal Justice Data Management Task Force by several years.
11 Highlighted Provisions:
12 This bill:
13 ▸ extends the Criminal Justice Data Management Task Force by several years;
14 ▸ updates certain reporting deadlines; and
15 ▸ makes technical and conforming changes.
16 Money Appropriated in this Bill:
18 Other Special Clauses:
19 This bill provides a special effective date.
20 Utah Code Sections Affected:
22 36-29-111, as enacted by Laws of Utah 2022, Chapter 437
23 63I-2-236, as last amended by Laws of Utah 2022, Chapters 97, 141, 363, 437, and 458
25 Be it enacted by the Legislature of the state of Utah:
26 Section 1. Section 36-29-111 is amended to read:
27 36-29-111. Criminal Justice Data Management Task Force.
28 (1) As used in this section, "task force" means the Criminal Justice Data Management
29 Task Force created in this section.
30 (2) There is created the Criminal Justice Data Management Task Force consisting of
31 the following members:
32 (a) three members of the Senate appointed by the president of the Senate, no more than
33 two of whom may be from the same political party;
34 (b) three members of the House of Representatives appointed by the speaker of the
35 House of Representatives, no more than two of whom may be from the same political party;
37 (c) representatives from the following organizations as requested by the executive
38 director of the State Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice:
39 (i) the State Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice;
40 (ii) the Office of the Utah Attorney General;
41 (iii) the Judicial Council;
42 (iv) the Statewide Association of Prosecutors;
43 (v) the Department of Corrections;
44 (vi) the Department of Public Safety;
45 (vii) the Utah League of Cities and Towns;
46 (viii) the Utah Association of Counties;
47 (ix) the Utah Chiefs of Police Association;
48 (x) the Utah Sheriffs Association;
49 (xi) the Board of Pardons and Parole;
50 (xii) a representative from a bail bond agency; and
51 (xiii) any other organizations or groups as recommended by the executive director of
52 the Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice.
53 (3) (a) The president of the Senate shall designate a member of the Senate appointed
54 under Subsection (2)(a) as a cochair of the task force.
55 (b) The speaker of the House of Representatives shall designate a member of the House
56 of Representatives appointed under Subsection (2)(b) as a cochair of the task force.
57 (4) (a) A majority of the members of the task force present at a meeting constitutes a
59 (b) The action of a majority of a quorum constitutes an action of the task force.
60 (5) (a) Salaries and expenses of the members of the task force who are legislators shall
61 be paid in accordance with Section 36-2-2 and Legislative Joint Rules, Title 5, Chapter 3,
62 Legislator Compensation.
63 (b) A member of the task force who is not a legislator:
64 (i) may not receive compensation for the member's work associated with the task force;
66 (ii) may receive per diem and reimbursement for travel expenses incurred as a member
67 of the task force at the rates established by the Division of Finance under Sections 63A-3-106
68 and 63A-3-107.
69 (6) The State Commission on Criminal and Juvenile Justice shall provide staff support
70 to the task force.
71 (7) The task force shall review the state's current criminal justice data collection
72 requirements and make recommendations regarding:
73 (a) possible ways to connect the various records systems used throughout the state so
74 that data can be shared between criminal justice agencies and with policymakers;
75 (b) ways to automate the collection, storage, and dissemination of the data;
76 (c) standardizing the format of data collection and retention; and
77 (d) the collection of data not already required related to criminal justice.
78 (8) On or before November 30[
79 task force shall provide a report, including any proposed legislation, to:
80 (a) the Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Interim Committee; and
81 (b) the Legislative Management Committee.
82 (9) The task force is repealed [
83 Section 2. Section 63I-2-236 is amended to read:
84 63I-2-236. Repeal dates: Title 36.
85 (1) Section 36-12-8.2 is repealed July 1, 2023.
86 (2) Section 36-29-107.5 is repealed on November 30, 2023.
87 (3) Section 36-29-109 is repealed on November 30, 2027.
88 (4) Section 36-29-110 is repealed on November 30, 2024.
89 (5) Section 36-29-111 is repealed [
90 (6) The following sections regarding the State Flag Task Force are repealed on January
91 1, 2024:
92 (a) Section 36-29-201;
93 (b) Section 36-29-202; and
94 (c) Section 36-29-203.
95 (7) Title 36, Chapter 29, Part 3, Mental Illness Psychotherapy Drug Task Force, is
96 repealed December 31, 2023.
97 Section 3. Effective date.
98 If approved by two-thirds of all the members elected to each house, this bill takes effect
99 upon approval by the governor, or the day following the constitutional time limit of Utah
100 Constitution, Article VII, Section 8, without the governor's signature, or in the case of a veto,
101 the date of veto override.