Legislation Sponsored by Gerald Malloy (10)

Date of Last Recorded Action: 5/7/2021


S 0047 Requires all state and local law enforcement officers to wear body cameras04.21.2015 The Senate Judiciary Committee gave this bill a favorable report as amended by the subcommittee.04.15.2015 A Senate Judiciary subcommittee gave this bill a favorable report with an amendment. The amendment provides funding at the state level for body cameras.03.26.2015 A Senate Judiciary subcommittee did not take action on this bill although it was on the agenda.03.11.2015 A Senate Judiciary subcommittee did not take action on this bill although it was on the agenda.03.04.2015 A Senate Judiciary subcommittee carried this bill over.Summary of the bill as introduced: Requires all state and local law enforcement officers to wear body cameras.
Sponsor: Gerald Malloy House Com: Senate Com:
Status: Act No. 71 Status Date: 6/18/2015
Keywords: Police
Passed
S 0048 Creates the Study Committee on Racial Profiling02.24.2015 The Senate Judiciary Committee gave this bill a favorable report.Summary of the bill as introduced: Reviews state and local law enforcement policies, practices and procedures regarding racial profiling and makes recommendations to the General Assembly regarding those practices.
Sponsor: Gerald Malloy House Com: Senate Com:
Status: Senate - Referred to Subcommittee: Hutto (ch), Corbin, Hembree, Young, Kimpson Status Date: 2/13/2015
Keywords: General Governance
Of Interest
S 0220 Amends the Omnibus Crime Reduction and Sentencing Reform Act of 201003.15.2016 The Senate Judiciary Committee recommitted this bill to the subcommittee.03.01.2016 The Senate Judiciary Committee carried this bill over.02.16.2016 The Senate Judiciary Committee carried this bill over.02.09.2016 The Senate Judiciary Committee carried this bill over.02.02.2016 The Senate Judiciary Committee carried this bill over.01.26.2016 The Senate Judiciary Committee carried this bill over.05.21.2015 A Senate Judiciary subcommittee gave this bill a favorable report.Summary of the bill as introduced: Makes numerous changes to the current law including restructuring the degrees of arson, prohibiting offenders from purchasing a firearm while on parole or probation, removing expungement for youthful offenders on the sexual offender registry and changing prison sentences.
Sponsor: Gerald Malloy House Com: Senate Com:
Status: Senate - Referred to Subcommittee: Malloy (ch), Campsen, Hembree Status Date: 4/7/2015
Keywords: Courts Public Safety Week of 01.25.2016 Week of 02.01.2016 Week of 02.08.2016 Week of 02.15.2016 Week of 02.29.2016 Week of 03.14.2016
Of Interest
S 0221 Continues the Sentencing Reform Oversight Committee until December 31, 202005.19.2016 The House Judiciary Committee gave this bill a favorable report.05.05.2016 The House Judiciary Criminal Laws subcommittee gave this bill a favorable report.05.21.2015 A Senate Judiciary subcommittee gave this bill a favorable report. Summary of the bill as introduced: Continues the Sentencing Reform Oversight Committee until December 31, 2020.
Sponsor: Gerald Malloy House Com: Senate Com:
Status: House - Recommitted to Committee on Judiciary Status Date: 6/1/2016
Keywords: Courts Public Safety Week of 05.02.2016 Week of 05.16.2016
Of Interest
S 0222 Requires certain statements made during a criminal investigation interrogation be audio or video recordedSummary of the bill as introduced: Requires certain statements made during a criminal investigation interrogation be audio or video recorded.
Sponsor: Gerald Malloy House Com: Senate Com:
Status: Senate - Referred to Committee on Judiciary Status Date: 1/13/2015
Keywords: Police
Of Interest
S 0325 Increases the civil jurisdiction from $7,500 to $15,000 in magistrates courtSummary of the bill as introduced: Increases the civil jurisdiction of the magistrates' court from $7,500 to $15,000.
Sponsor: Gerald Malloy House Com: Senate Com:
Status: Senate - Referred to Committee on Judiciary Status Date: 1/13/2015
Keywords: Courts
Of Interest
S 0485 Creates the Study Committee on Racial ProfilingSummary of the bill as introduced: Creates a study committee to review law enforcement policies, practices and procedures regarding racial profiling.
Sponsor: Gerald Malloy House Com: Senate Com:
Status: House - Referred to Committee on Judiciary Status Date: 3/4/2015
Keywords: Public Safety
Of Interest
S 0647 Exempts a person from a criminal offense who photographs or records a law enforcement officer performing official duties01.26.2016 The Senate Judiciary Committee gave this bill a favorable report as amended. The amendment makes interference with a law enforcement officer a misdemeanor. 05.12.2015 The Senate Judiciary Committee carried this bill over.04.30.2015 A Senate Judiciary subcommittee gave this bill a favorable report. Summary of the bill as introduced: Exempts a person from a criminal offense who photographs or records a law enforcement officer performing official duties while the officer is in a public place.
Sponsor: Gerald Malloy House Com: Senate Com:
Status: Senate - Recommitted to Committee on Judiciary Status Date: 5/31/2016
Keywords: Police Week of 01.25.2016
Of Interest
S 0649 Requires all law enforcement agencies to have written policies regarding investigations of officer involved deaths02.16.2016 The Senate Judiciary Committee gave this bill a favorable report as amended. The amendment strikes all of the language in the bill and inserts language that requires development of written policies by the agency rather than the state. 02.09.2016 The Senate Judiciary Committee carried this bill over.02.02.2016 The Senate Judiciary Committee carried this bill over.01.26.2016 The Senate Judiciary Committee carried this bill over.05.12.2015 The Senate Judiciary Committee did not take action on this bill although it was on the agenda. 04.30.2015 A Senate Judiciary subcommittee gave this bill a favorable report. Summary of the bill as introduced: Requires all law enforcement agencies to have written polices regarding investigations of officer involved deaths.
Sponsor: Gerald Malloy House Com: Senate Com:
Status: Scrivener's error corrected Status Date: 2/19/2016
Keywords: Police Week of 01.25.2016 Week of 02.01.2016 Week of 02.08.2016 Week of 02.15.2016
Of Interest
S 0916 Raises the age for juveniles to under 18 years old04.12.2016 The Senate Judiciary Committee gave this bill a favorable report as amended. The amendment clarifies that a child under 18 years old may not be charged as an adult with the exception of certain violent crimes.03.17.2016 A Senate Judiciary subcommittee carried this bill over.Summary of the bill as introduced: Raises the age for juveniles from under 17 years old to under 18 years old.
Sponsor: Gerald Malloy House Com: Senate Com:
Status: Act No. 268 Status Date: 6/17/2016
Keywords: Public Safety Senate Week of 03.14.2016 Week of 04.11.2016
Passed







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