Tracking Status Report Mike Sauger
Law Enforcement (Berman)
Modifies Michigan commission on law enforcement standards (MCOLES) to include grappling training.
Committee Hearing in House Military, Veterans and Homeland Security Committee (6/8/2021)
Law Enforcement (LaFave)
Creates county law enforcement protection act
Reported in House (6/22/2021; By Military, Veterans and Homeland Security Committee)
CPL License (Eisen)
Requires conservation officers to inquire about a CPL license when requesting forms of identification from individuals.
Introduced (4/27/2021; To Military, Veterans and Homeland Security Committee)
Modifies provisions related to civil penalties with respect to repeated violations and asbestos-related violations.
Reported in House (5/27/2021; With substitute H-1; By Natural Resources and Outdoor Recreation Committee)
Law Enforcement Memorial (Beson)
Extends Michigan law enforcement officers memorial monument fund commission.
Committee Hearing in House Military, Veterans and Homeland Security Committee (6/15/2021)
Retired Law Enforcement (Carra)
Updates Michigan retired law enforcement officer’s firearm carry act references.
Introduced (5/18/2021; To Military, Veterans and Homeland Security Committee)
Law Enforcement (LaFave)
Requires conservation officers to wear body cams while on patrol.
Introduced (6/8/2021; To Military, Veterans and Homeland Security Committee)
Policing Reforms (Rogers)
A resolution to urge the Congress of the United States to enact policing reforms to mandate anti-bias training, ban carotid holds and chokeholds, require the use of other de-escalation methods before use of deadly force, require body cameras, and address qualified immunity for law enforcement officers, among other initiatives.
Introduced (6/15/2021; To Government Operations Committee)
Police Misconduct (Bayer)
Urges the Senate of the United States to pass, and the President of the United States to sign, legislation to ban chokeholds, end racial and religious profiling, establish a national database to track police misconduct, and prohibit certain no-knock warrants, among other initiatives.
Introduced (3/17/2021; To Judiciary and Public Safety Committee)
organized labor (Nesbitt)
A concurrent resolution to oppose policies that restrict the autonomy of workers and employers and memorialize the President and Congress of the United States to support and defend the rights and freedoms of workers and employers.
Passed in Senate (3/16/2021; Adopted by voice vote)