Legislation in House Public Safety
October 24, 2014 81GA
Total Number of entries = 105
Senate File (SF)
331, 369, 383, 2094.
House File (HF)
32, 39, 51, 113, 125, 127, 156, 157, 161, 220, 240, 270, 272, 292, 309, 432, 436, 441, 499, 549, 621, 660, 679, 684, 713, 778, 817, 2096, 2102, 2104, 2105, 2140, 2163, 2170, 2176, 2190, 2203, 2207, 2214, 2228, 2298, 2311, 2334, 2352, 2369, 2443, 2444, 2467, 2468, 2499, 2502, 2518, 2524, 2531, 2539, 2547, 2555, 2570, 2578, 2629, 2641, 2642, 2643, 2677, 2678.
House Study Bill (HSB)
1, 24, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 46, 47, 48, 49, 93, 94, 145, 146, 175, 179, 527, 528, 529, 550, 551, 552, 568, 570, 571, 598, 613, 631, 632, 679, 721, 737, 738, 754, 755.

Bill Bill Title
SF 331 A bill for an act to establish an automated victim notification system in the department of justice. (Formerly SSB 1016.)
SF 369 A bill for an act relating to the civil commitment of a sexually violent predator. (Formerly SSB 1030.)
SF 383 A bill for an act relating to the penalty for sexual misconduct with offenders committed by an officer, employee, or agent of the department of corrections or a judicial district department of correctional services, and providing a penalty. (Formerly SSB 1029.)
SF 2094 A bill for an act relating to the criminal penalties for certain offenses involving sexual abuse in the second degree, lascivious acts with a child, and sexual exploitation, and establishing a duty to inform law enforcement about a registered sex offender.
HF 32 A bill for an act providing for regulation of substances which are precursors to amphetamine and methamphetamine and providing a penalty.
HF 39 A bill for an act relating to enhancing the criminal penalty for offenses against a person sixty-five years of age or older.
HF 51 A bill for an act relating to the criminal penalty surcharge, creating a criminalistics laboratory fund, and appropriating criminal penalty surcharge moneys to the fund. (See Cmte. Bill HF 123)
HF 113 A bill for an act expanding the criminal offense of involuntary manslaughter, and providing a penalty.
HF 125 A bill for an act creating a criminal offense for strangulation, and providing a penalty.
HF 127 A bill for an act regulating dangerous animals, including their possession, requiring registration, and providing penalties.
HF 156 A bill for an act relating to dependent adult abuse and providing criminal penalties.
HF 157 A bill for an act relating to dependent adult abuse and providing penalties.
HF 161 A bill for an act relating to the sale or transfer of firearms between unlicensed persons at a gun show held on state property and providing penalties.
HF 220 A bill for an act providing for the definition of the term "possession" for purposes of the criminal law.
HF 240 A bill for an act relating to the establishment of law enforcement review boards in certain cities.
HF 270 A bill for an act extending the statute of limitations for criminal offenses related to sexual abuse.
HF 272 A bill for an act regulating precursors to amphetamine and methamphetamine and providing a penalty.
HF 292 A bill for an act prohibiting the possession, transfer, or sale of a firearm or offensive weapon by a person who is the subject of a protective order or who has been convicted of a misdemeanor crime of domestic violence in violation of federal law and providing a penalty.
HF 309 A bill for an act relating to the forfeiture of a firearm in criminal offenses involving a controlled substance, counterfeit substance, or simulated controlled substance.
HF 432 A bill for an act relating to the establishment of multicounty jails, and making an appropriation.
HF 436 A bill for an act relating to the manufacturing of a controlled substance or counterfeit substance near property frequented by children, and providing for a penalty. (See Cmte. Bill HF 621)
HF 441 A bill for an act relating to the temporary confinement of prisoners in the custody of the federal government or the department of corrections in a county jail.
HF 499 A bill for an act relating to the use of motor vehicles by the division of the Iowa state patrol.
HF 549 A bill for an act allowing a nonresident person who possesses a valid out- of-state weapons permit to carry weapons in this state under reciprocity conditions. (See Cmte. Bill HF 684)
HF 621 A bill for an act relating to the manufacturing of a controlled substance or counterfeit substance near property frequented by children, and providing for a penalty. (Formerly HF 436)
HF 660 A bill for an act relating to videorecording of eluding or attempting to elude a pursuing law enforcement vehicle.
HF 679 A bill for an act relating to the criminal offense of interference with official acts.
HF 684 A bill for an act allowing a nonresident person who possesses a valid out- of-state weapons permit to carry weapons in this state under reciprocity conditions. (Formerly HF 549)
HF 713 A bill for an act relating to requiring certain persons to submit a DNA sample for DNA profiling, making a request for DNA profiling, providing a penalty, and providing effective and contingent effective dates. (Formerly HSB 40)
HF 778 A bill for an act expanding the criminal offense of possessing contraband in correctional institutions to include possessing contraband in a secure facility for the detention or custody of juveniles, a detention facility, or a jail, and providing a penalty. (Formerly HSB 46) (See Cmte. Bill HF 2642)
HF 817 A bill for an act relating to the issuance of a restraining order on behalf of a person who is the victim of harassment or stalking and providing a penalty.
HF 2096 A bill for an act relating to the residency restriction for a sex offender near a school or child care facility.
HF 2102 A bill for an act relating to the legal name change of a person required to register as a sex offender.
HF 2104 A bill for an act prohibiting the sale or rental of violent or sexually explicit video games to minors and providing for civil and criminal penalties.
HF 2105 A bill for an act relating to restricting the presence of a registered sex offender at a child care facility or child care home, and providing a penalty.
HF 2140 A bill for an act relating to the publication of the names, addresses, and criminal convictions of sex offenders in a newspaper of general circulation in a county.
HF 2163 A bill for an act restricting the exhibition or dissemination of certain sexual devices to minors and providing a penalty.
HF 2170 A bill for an act establishing an Iowa Civil War sesquicentennial commission and fund and providing for its prospective repeal. (See Cmte. Bill HF 2526)
HF 2176 A bill for an act relating to the statute of limitations in a child sexual abuse case.
HF 2190 A bill for an act relating to criminal penalties for a driver convicted of failure to stop and render aid at the scene of a motor vehicle accident. (See Cmte. Bill HF 2398)
HF 2203 A bill for an act relating to the time period a sex offender has to register with or notify the county sheriff and making a penalty applicable.
HF 2207 A bill for an act relating to safe motor vehicle operation, including penalties for certain motor vehicle violations resulting in injury or death and classroom instruction for driver education courses. (See Cmte. Bill HF 2523)
HF 2214 A bill for an act relating to establishing a task force to study the confining of inmates out of state.
HF 2228 A bill for an act relating to the criminal offense of criminal trespass, and providing a penalty. (See Cmte. Bill HF 2524)
HF 2298 A bill for an act prohibiting an inmate committed to the custody of the department of corrections from being housed in a facility under the control of a private sector, nongovernmental entity.
HF 2311 A bill for an act relating to the confinement of a prisoner in a county jail or municipal holding facility.
HF 2334 A bill for an act providing for a .08 blood alcohol limit for motorboat or sailboat operating while intoxicated offenses.
HF 2352 A bill for an act relating to the criminal offense of leaving the scene of a motor vehicle accident, and providing penalties.
HF 2369 A bill for an act relating to accidental disability retirement benefits for a peace officer who is exposed to noxious substances and providing effective and retroactive applicability dates. (See Cmte. Bill HF 2677)
HF 2443 A bill for an act relating to the consideration of a previous conviction for, deferred judgment for, or plea of guilty to a domestic abuse assault in determining whether a domestic abuse assault is a second or subsequent offense. (See Cmte. Bill HF 2643)
HF 2444 A bill for an act relating to minors taken into custody or arrested for public intoxication or possession of alcohol and parental notification.
HF 2467 A bill for an act relating to public safety communications, providing for utilization of the Iowa communications network for public safety interoperability purposes, and establishing an Iowa statewide interoperable radio system board.
HF 2468 A bill for an act relating to the residency of and presence of a registered sex offender on or near a school or child care facility, and providing a penalty. (See Cmte. Bill HF 2641)
HF 2499 A bill for an act relating to temporary county confinement of persons committed to the custody of the department of corrections.
HF 2502 A bill for an act relating to the public exposure of certain body parts of a person, and providing a penalty.
HF 2518 A bill for an act relating to a peace officer's statements to a person operating a noncommercial motor vehicle and holding a commercial driver's license who has been requested to submit to a chemical test in an operating-while-intoxicated case.
HF 2524 A bill for an act relating to the criminal offense of criminal trespass, and providing a penalty. (Formerly HF 2228)
HF 2531 A bill for an act relating to the issuance of a restraining order on behalf of a person who is the victim of sexual assault and providing a penalty.
HF 2539 A bill for an act relating to sex offenders residing near or being present at schools or child care facilities, providing for real-time tracking of sex offenders, for publication of the address of a sex offender, establishing a tax credit for the purchase of an internet obscenity filter, and continuing the sex offender treatment and supervision task force.
HF 2547 A bill for an act relating to the publication of the names, addresses, and criminal convictions of sex offenders in a county newspaper of general circulation.
HF 2555 A bill for an act providing for intact dogs running at large, and providing a penalty.
HF 2570 A bill for an act relating to powers of the governor to grant reprieves, commutations, and pardons including restoration of rights of citizenship, and to remit fines and forfeitures and including effective and retroactive applicability date provisions. (Formerly HSB 550)
HF 2578 A bill for an act relating to the revocation of a person's driver's license or nonresident operating privilege for a defendant who has had a previous conviction or revocation.
HF 2629 A bill for an act establishing a domestic abuse assault registry and providing for fees and penalties.
HF 2641 A bill for an act relating to persons required to register as sex offenders. (Formerly HF 2468)
HF 2642 A bill for an act expanding the criminal offense of possessing contraband in correctional institutions to include possessing contraband in a secure facility for the detention or custody of juveniles, a detention facility, or a jail, and providing a penalty. (Formerly HF 778) (Formerly HSB 46)
HF 2643 A bill for an act relating to the consideration of a previous conviction for, deferred judgment for, or plea of guilty to a domestic abuse assault in determining whether a domestic abuse assault is a second or subsequent offense.(Formerly HF 2443)
HF 2677 A bill for an act relating to accidental disability retirement benefits for a peace officer who is exposed to noxious substances. (Formerly HF 2369)
HF 2678 A bill for an act relating to citations issued to persons under the age of eighteen for alcohol-related offenses and parental and school notification.
HSB 1 A study bill requiring the state board of regents to adopt rules directing its institutions of higher learning to waive certain tuition charges for the children of police officers, fire fighters, sheriffs, deputies, volunteer emergency services providers, and individuals in protection occupations killed in the line of duty. 01-12-05 Subcommittee assigned, Tjepkes, Dolecheck and Shoultz. H.J. 78.
HSB 24 A study bill allowing an advanced registered nurse practitioner to certify an alleged intoxicated driver's death or other incapacitated state for purposes of chemical testing and to administer a chemical test of bodily fluids, without a warrant, to a person suspected of driving while intoxicated. 01-20-05 Subcommittee assigned, Eichhorn, Berry and Sands. H.J. 112. (See Cmte. Bill HF 726)
HSB 40 A study bill relating to requiring certain persons to submit a DNA sample for DNA profiling, authorizing a fee, providing a penalty, and providing effective and contingent effective dates. 01-26-05 Subcommittee assigned, Eichhorn, Heddens and Tjepkes. H.J. 182. (See Cmte. Bill HF 713)
HSB 41 A study bill relating to changing or amending a citation and complaint for certain criminal violations. 01-26-05 Subcommittee assigned, Tjepkes, Baudler and Reasoner. H.J. 182.
HSB 42 A study bill expanding the criminal offense of willful injury, and providing a penalty. 01-26-05 Subcommittee assigned, Alons, Eichhorn and R. Olson. H.J. 182.
HSB 43 A study bill prohibiting a person who is the subject of a protective order or who has been convicted of a misdemeanor crime of domestic violence in violation of federal law from possessing, transferring, or selling firearms or offensive weapons and providing a penalty. 01-26-05 Subcommitee assigned, Baudler, Chambers and Hunter. H.J. 182.
HSB 44 A study bill relating to the manufacturing of a controlled substance or counterfeit substance near property frequented by children, and providing for a penalty. 01-26-05 Subcommittee assigned, Alons, Baudler and Bell. H.J. 182. (See Cmte. Bill HF 254)
HSB 46 A study bill expanding the criminal offense of possessing contraband in correctional institutions to include possessing contraband in a secure facility for the detention or custody of juveniles, a detention facility, or a jail, and providing a penalty. 01-26-05 Subcommittee assigned, McCarthy, Lykam and Tjepkes. H.J. 182. (See Cmte. Bill HF 778) (See Cmte. Bill HF 2642)
HSB 47 A study bill relating to the civil commitment of a sexually violent predator, and providing a penalty. 01-26-05 Subcommittee assigned, McCarthy, Berry and Eichhorn. H.J. 182.
HSB 48 A study bill relating to canceling the driver's license of certain persons sentenced to jail or committed to the custody of the director of the department of corrections. 01-26-05 Subcommittee assigned, J.R. Van Fossen, Hunter and Van Engelenhoven. H.J. 182.
HSB 49 A study bill relating to the penalty for sexual misconduct with offenders committed by an officer, employee, or agent of the department of corrections or a judicial district department of correctional services, and providing a penalty. 01-26-05 Subcommittee assigned, R. Olson, Berry and Dolecheck. H.J. 182.
HSB 93 A study bill relating to certain penalties for the crime of domestic abuse assault. 02-01-05 Subcommittee assigned, Eichhorn, Bell and J.R. Van Fossen. H.J. 211.
HSB 94 A study bill authorizing certified peace officers to issue subpoenas duces tecum. 02-01-05 Subcommittee assigned, Horbach, Sands and Shoultz. H.J. 211.
HSB 145 A study bill relating to the department of public safety by updating references, changing the names of divisions in the department, and changing practices and procedures. 02-08-05 Subcommittee assigned, Tjepkes, Baudler, Bell, Reasoner and J.R. Van Fossen. H.J. 297. (See Cmte. Bill HF 622)
HSB 146 A study bill providing the release of confidential information relating to persons committed to the custody of the department of corrections, or placed with a judicial district department of correctional services. 02-08-05 Subcommittee assigned, Alons, Eichhorn and Hunter. H.J. 297.
HSB 175 A study bill regulating the precursor substances relating to amphetamine and methamphetamine, and providing penalties and effective dates. 02-16-05 Subcommittee assigned, Baudler, Chambers, Lykam, McCarthy and Tjepkes. H.J. 384.
HSB 179 A study bill relating to sanctioning the motor vehicle operating privileges of a person upon a second or subsequent conviction for motor fuel theft from a retail dealer. 02-16-05 Subcommittee assigned, Sands, Horbach and Reasoner. H.J. 384. (See Cmte. Bill HF 440)
HSB 527 A study bill concerning the length of suspension of alcohol sales licenses and permits after selling alcohol to minors. 1-19-06 Subcommittee assigned, Chambers, McCarthy, and Sands. H.J. 102.
HSB 528 A study bill relating to the operation of a motor vehicle by a person with a special minor's license, and providing penalties. 1-19-06 Subcommittee assigned, Chambers, Hunter, and J.K. Van Fossen. H.J. 102.
HSB 529 A study bill relating to the disposal of a controlled substance. 1-19-06 Subcommittee assigned, Eichhorn, R. Olson, and Tjepkes. H.J. 102. (See Cmte. Bill HF 2696)
HSB 550 A study bill relating to powers of the governor to grant reprieves, commutations, and pardons including restoration of rights of citizenship, and to remit fines and forfeitures and including effective and retroactive applicability date provisions. 1-24-06 Subcommittee assigned, Eichhorn, Baudler, and McCarthy. H.J. 125. (See Cmte. Bill HF 2570)
HSB 551 A study bill relating to peace officer examinations of logbooks signed by purchasers of pseudoephedrine products. 1-24-06 Subcommittee assigned, J.R. Van Fossen, Chambers, and Hunter. H.J. 125.
HSB 552 A study bill concerning the appointment and removal of the chief administrative officer of the board of parole. 1-24-06 Subcommittee assigned, Dolecheck, Shoultz, and Tjepkes. H.J. 125.
HSB 568 A study bill relating to an assault upon an employee of a jail or correctional institution, and providing a penalty. 1-25-06 Subcommittee assigned, Dolecheck, Reasoner, and Tjepkes. H.J. 140. (See Cmte. Bill HF 2397)
HSB 570 A study bill for requiring health professionals to provide peace officers access to certain injured persons involved in motor vehicle accidents. 1-25-06 Subcommittee assigned, Tjepkes, Eichhorn, and R. Olson. H.J. 140.
HSB 571 A study bill relating to the use of a peace officer of the department of public safety in an industrial dispute and providing an effective date. 1-25-06 Subcommittee assigned, Tjepkes, Baudler, and Bell. H.J. 140. (See Cmte. Bill HF 2337)
HSB 598 A study bill relating to official traffic control signals monitored by red light cameras. 2-01-06 Subcommittee assigned, Tjepkes, Bell, and Van Engelenhoven. H.J. 192.
HSB 613 A study bill relating to the confidentiality and release of an intelligence assessment or intelligence data. 2-01-06 Subcommittee assigned, Tjepkes, Berry, and Van Engelenhoven. H.J. 193. (See Cmte. Bill HF 2571)
HSB 631 A study bill relating to the standardized training and state certification of reserve peace officers. 2-08-06 Subcommittee assigned, Tjepkes, De Boef, and Reasoner. H.J. 244.
HSB 632 A study bill relating to the practices and procedures of the department of corrections and the judicial district departments of correctional services, including increasing the penalty for sexual misconduct by an officer, employee, or agent of the department of corrections or a judicial district department of correctional services, and providing for a fee. 2-08-06 Subcommittee assigned, Horbach, Lykam, and Rayhons. H.J. 244. (See Cmte. Bill HF 2494) (See Cmte. Bill HF 2750)
HSB 679 A study bill concerning alcoholic beverages by establishing criminal and civil liability for providing alcoholic beverages to persons under legal age, providing for an identification number on kegs of beer, and making penalties applicable. 2-13-06 Subcommittee assigned, Tjepkes, Reasoner, and Sands. H.J. 272.
HSB 721 A study bill relating to the issuance of permits to carry weapons. 2-22-06 Subcommittee assigned, Alons, Baudler, and Shoultz. H.J. 373. (See Cmte. Bill HF 2688) (See Cmte. Bill HF 2753)
HSB 737 A study bill concerning the department of public defense, including the military, civil air patrol, and homeland security and emergency management, and providing penalties. 2-23-06 Subcommittee assigned, Alons, Chambers, and Lykam. H.J. 387. (See Cmte. Bill HF 2691)
HSB 738 A study bill relating to the review or redissemination of data or information about the commission of a crime. 2-23-06 Subcommittee assigned, McCarthy, Eichhorn, and Tjepkes. H.J. 387.
HSB 754 A study bill relating to the confinement of a prisoner in a municipal holding facility or county jail. 3-01-06 Subcommittee assigned, Horbach, Baudler, and McCarthy. H.J. 436. (See Cmte. Bill HF 2697)
HSB 755 A study bill relating to the rights of peace officers and public safety and emergency personnel. 3-01-06 Subcommittee assigned, McCarthy, Baudler, and Chambers. H.J. 436.
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