COMMITTEE:    Homeland Security & Public Safety 

TIME & DATE:  8:00 AM, Wednesday, April 10, 2019 

PLACE:       E2.016 
CHAIR:       Rep. Poncho Nevárez 


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****Testimony will be limited to two minutes****


The order in which bills are heard is at the discretion of the chair.


HB 3106        Goldman | et al.        
Relating to a requirement that law enforcement agencies enter into the Texas Data Exchange information related to investigations of sexual assault or other sex offenses.

HB 3616        Hunter                 
Relating to a task force on faith-based programs that provide assistance during a disaster.

HB 1207        Rodriguez              
Relating to reporting the loss or theft of a firearm; creating a criminal offense.

HB 1208        Rodriguez              
Relating to the storage of firearms surrendered by a person subject to a magistrate's order for emergency protection or protective order as a result of family violence, sexual assault or abuse, stalking, or trafficking of persons.

HB 372         Allen                  
Relating to the punishment for the offense of driving while license invalid.

HB 4236        Anderson, Charles "Doc" 
Relating to a limited viewing of certain body worn camera recordings.

HB 1590        Howard | et al.         
Relating to the establishment of the Office for Sexual Assault Survivor Assistance within the criminal justice division of the governor's office.

HB 3668        Walle | et al.          
Relating to grants awarded to nonprofit food banks for disaster response.

HB 1296        Davis, Sarah            
Relating to the creation of a disaster case management system by the General Land Office.

HB 1908        Moody                  
Relating to the indigent status of a person for purposes of the driver responsibility program.

HB 2953        Moody                  
Relating to a grant program to provide salary increases to full-time peace officers employed by certain local governments with limited tax bases.

HB 3191        Moody                  
Relating to requiring a person who is the subject of a family violence protective order or arrested for or charged with an offense involving family violence to surrender firearms owned by the person.

HB 1011        Sanford                
Relating to exempting certain honorably retired peace officers from continuing education requirements.

HB 1681        Ashby                  
Relating to peer assistance programs for employees of local law enforcement agencies.

HB 1492        Wray | et al.           
Relating to benefits for peace officers who suffer from certain diseases or illnesses.

HB 3755        Shaheen                
Relating to a study on the improvement of driver's license issuance in this state.

HB 2560        Bailes                 
Relating to a debris management plan and training.

HB 1750        Leman                  
Relating to the inspection period for a motor vehicle; increasing certain fees.

HB 1552        Paul                   
Relating to the weapons proficiency of and the carrying of a handgun by qualified retired law enforcement officers.

HB 1789        Tinderholt             
Relating to the authority of certain local governmental entities to enter into an agreement to create a mutual aid law enforcement task force.

HB 4195        Burns                  
Relating to photographs on certain state-issued identification cards.

HB 3540        Burns                  
Relating to the authority of a peace officer to release in lieu of arrest certain persons with an intellectual or developmental disability.

HB 1546        Nevárez                
Relating to the authority of the Kickapoo Indian Tribe to commission peace officers.



Bills deleted after last posting:

HB 2683


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