Substitute for H.B. No. 6260
Session Year 2017
 


AN ACT CONCERNING TRAINING PROGRAMS FOR STATE AND LOCAL POLICE REGARDING JUVENILES WITH AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER OR NONVERBAL LEARNING DISORDER.

To require the training program for state and local police to include training for the handling of cases involving the elopement or wandering of children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder.

Introduced by:
Public Safety and Security Committee

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Bill History

 Date Action Taken
 7/7/2017Signed by the Governor
 6/23/2017Transmitted by Secretary of the State to Governor
 6/23/2017Transmitted to the Secretary of State
 6/19/2017(LCO)Public Act 17-166
 6/7/2017On Consent Calendar / In Concurrence
 6/7/2017Senate Passed as Amended by House Amendment Schedule A
 6/7/2017Senate Adopted House Amendment Schedule A
 4/17/2017(LCO)File Number 628
 4/17/2017Senate Calendar Number 348
 4/17/2017Favorable Report, Tabled for the Calendar, Senate
 4/12/2017House Passed as Amended by House Amendment Schedule A
 4/12/2017House Adopted House Amendment Schedule A 6164
 3/30/2017(LCO)File Number 316
 3/30/2017House Calendar Number 231
 3/30/2017Favorable Report, Tabled for the Calendar, House
 3/30/2017(LCO)Reported Out of Legislative Commissioners' Office
 3/24/2017(LCO)Referred to Office of Legislative Research and Office of Fiscal Analysis 03/29/17 5:00 PM
 3/15/2017(PS)Joint Favorable Substitute
 3/15/2017(LCO)Filed with Legislative Commissioners' Office
 2/10/2017Public Hearing 02/16
 2/9/2017Referred to Joint Committee on Public Safety and Security
 2/8/2017Drafted by Committee
 1/20/2017Referred to Joint Committee on Public Safety and Security

Co-sponsors of HB-6260

Rep. Liz Linehan, 103rd Dist.
Rep. Catherine F. Abercrombie, 83rd Dist.
Rep. John Fusco, 81st Dist.
Rep. Noreen S. Kokoruda, 101st Dist.
Rep. Ben McGorty, 122nd Dist.
Rep. Robert C. Sampson, 80th Dist.
Rep. John K. Hampton, 16th Dist.
Rep. Michelle L. Cook, 65th Dist.
Rep. Themis Klarides, 114th Dist.
Rep. Tami Zawistowski, 61st Dist.
Rep. Fred Wilms, 142nd Dist.
Rep. Brian M. Ohler, 64th Dist.
Rep. Jay M. Case, 63rd Dist.
Rep. Stephen G. Harding, 107th Dist.
Rep. Terry B. Adams, 146th Dist.
Rep. Brenda L. Kupchick, 132nd Dist.
Rep. Terrie E. Wood, 141st Dist.
Rep. Lezlye Zupkus, 89th Dist.
Rep. Whit Betts, 78th Dist.
Rep. Devin R. Carney, 23rd Dist.
Rep. Laura M. Devlin, 134th Dist.
Rep. Linda M. Gentile, 104th Dist.
Sen. Len Suzio, 13th Dist.
Rep. Anne Dauphinais, 44th Dist.
Rep. Christie M. Carpino, 32nd Dist.
Rep. Tom Delnicki, 14th Dist.
Rep. Gail Lavielle, 143rd Dist.
Rep. Livvy R. Floren, 149th Dist.
Rep. Emmett D. Riley, 46th Dist.
Rep. Sam Belsito, 53rd Dist.
Rep. Hilda E. Santiago, 84th Dist.
Sen. Martin M. Looney, 11th Dist.
Sen. Steve Cassano, 4th Dist.
Rep. Joseph C. Serra, 33rd Dist.
Rep. J.P. Sredzinski, 112th Dist.
Rep. Mitch Bolinsky, 106th Dist.

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