H.B.373. AN ACT relating to disclosure of body-worn camera recordings. Create a new section of KRS Chapter 61 to provide definitions; specify that body-worn camera recordings are governed by the Kentucky Open Records Act and the retention of body-worn camera recordings is governed by KRS 171.410 to 170.740; provide exceptions as to when a public agency may elect not to disclose body-worn camera recordings; specify procedures for requesting body- worn camera recordings; require that any person or agency that wishes to disclose, publicly display, or duplicate body-worn camera recordings must first give notice to any non-law enforcement agency or person depicted in the recording; create a new cause of action for enumerated persons who are not provided notice of disclosure of the recording; clarify that nothing in this section should be interpreted to override KRS 17.150 or the laws governing discovery in either criminal or civil litigation or in an administrative proceeding.

Kentucky House of Representatives
Last action 16 days ago
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R. Benvenuti III

Summary

                    Create a new section of KRS Chapter 61 to provide definitions; specify that body-worn camera recordings are governed by the Kentucky Open Records Act and the retention of body-worn camera recordings is governed by KRS 171.410 to 170.740; provide exceptions as to when a public agency may elect not to disclose body-worn camera recordings; specify procedures for requesting body- worn camera recordings; require that any person or agency that wishes to disclose, publicly display, or duplicate body-worn camera recordings must first give notice to any non-law enforcement agency or person depicted in the recording; create a new cause of action for enumerated persons who are not provided notice of disclosure of the recording; clarify that nothing in this section should be interpreted to override KRS 17.150 or the laws governing discovery in either criminal or civil litigation or in an administrative proceeding.
                

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Actions

  • Signed by Governor

    Tue, Apr 10th 2018
  • 3rd reading, passed 35-2

    Thu, Mar 29th 2018
  • Enrolled, signed by President of the Senate

    Thu, Mar 29th 2018
  • Enrolled, signed by Speaker of the House

    Thu, Mar 29th 2018
  • Received in House

    Thu, Mar 29th 2018
  • Delivered to Governor

    Thu, Mar 29th 2018
  • Posted for passage in the Regular Orders of the Day for Thursday, March 29, 2018

    Tue, Mar 27th 2018
  • Reported favorably, to Rules

    Thu, Mar 22nd 2018
  • Returned to Judiciary (S)

    Wed, Mar 21st 2018
  • 2nd reading

    Wed, Mar 21st 2018
  • Taken from Judiciary (S)

    Wed, Mar 21st 2018
  • 1st reading

    Tue, Mar 20th 2018
  • Returned to Judiciary (S)

    Tue, Mar 20th 2018
  • Taken from Judiciary (S)

    Tue, Mar 20th 2018
  • To Judiciary (S)

    Thu, Mar 15th 2018
  • Received in Senate

    Wed, Mar 14th 2018
  • 3rd reading, passed 94-2 with Committee Substitute and floor amendment (1)

    Tue, Mar 13th 2018
  • Posted for passage in the Regular Orders of the Day for Tuesday, March 13, 2018

    Mon, Mar 12th 2018
  • Floor amendment (1) filed to Committee Substitute

    Thu, Mar 8th 2018
  • 2nd reading, to Rules

    Thu, Mar 8th 2018
  • Reported favorably, 1st reading, to Calendar with Committee Substitute (1)

    Wed, Mar 7th 2018
  • Posted in committee

    Thu, Feb 22nd 2018
  • To Judiciary (H)

    Fri, Feb 16th 2018
  • Introduced in House

    Wed, Feb 14th 2018