WA House PS - Committee Meeting
(February 27, 2020)

Thursday February 27, 2020 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM
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The Washington State House Public Safety Committee (WA House PS) considers issues relating to law enforcement agencies, crime prevention, criminal penalties and sentencing, impaired driving, registration and civil commitment of sex offenders, and adult correctional programs and institutions.‚Äč

Possible Executive Sessions

  • SB 5149 - "Concerning electronic monitoring with victim notification technology."
  • SB 5291 - "Creating alternatives to total confinement for certain qualifying persons with minor children."
  • SB 5339 - "Reducing criminal justice expenses by eliminating the death penalty and instead requiring life imprisonment without possibility of release or parole as the sentence for aggravated first degree murder."
  • SB 5441 - "Extending rental vouchers for eligible offenders."
  • SB 5488 - "Modifying youth sentencing guidelines." (If measure is referred to committee.)
  • SB 5867 - "Resentencing of persons convicted of drug offenses."
  • SB 6022 - "Concerning fentanyl."
  • SB 6155 - "Eliminating proof of nonmarriage as an element of a sex offense."
  • SB 6158 - "Concerning model sexual assault protocols for hospitals and clinics."
  • SB 6164 - "Concerning prosecutorial discretion to seek resentencing." (If measure is referred to committee.)
  • SB 6181 - "Concerning crime victims' compensation."
  • SB 6211 - "Concerning drug offender sentencing." (If measure is referred to committee.)
  • SB 6300 - "Concerning animal welfare." (If measure is referred to committee.)
  • SB 6370 - "Concerning individuals under the department of corrections' jurisdiction."
  • SB 6476 - "Increasing and expanding access of inmates and immediate family members of inmates to services provided within correctional facilities." (If measure is referred to committee.)

Engagement Options

In-Person

O'Brien Building, 15th Avenue Southwest, Olympia, WA, USA