Raised S.B. No. 365
Session Year 2022


To amend various juvenile and criminal justice statutes to provide for next day summons and appearances for juveniles, earlier assessment for services to juveniles and articulation of reasons when a judge declines to detain a child, increase flexibility when determining whether to detain a child, increase the sharing of information concerning juvenile cases by law enforcement agencies, allow for global positioning monitoring of juveniles under certain circumstances, allow for automatic transfer to regular criminal docket for fourteen year olds if charged with certain violent crimes, establish the "Trauma, Truancy, Mediation and Mentorship" program, cause a review of the transfer of juvenile justice services from the Department of Children and Families to the Judicial Branch and establish a committee to evaluate the criminal justice system for juveniles and adults.

Introduced by:
Judiciary Committee

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Co-sponsors for Amendment LCO:

Bill History

 Date Action Taken
 3/10/2022Public Hearing 03/14
 3/8/2022Referred to Joint Committee on Judiciary

Co-sponsors of SB-365

Sen. Kevin C. Kelly, 21st Dist.
Sen. Rob Sampson, 16th Dist.
Rep. Cara Christine Pavalock-D'Amato, 77th Dist.
Sen. Dan Champagne, 35th Dist.
Sen. Eric C. Berthel, 32nd Dist.
Rep. Gale L. Mastrofrancesco, 80th Dist.

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