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H*3041 (Rat #0101, Act #0060 of 1989) General Bill, By Wilkins, Bailey, R.A. Barber, Barfield, D.M. Beasley, Boan, J. Brown, D.M. Bruce, T.M. Burriss, Carnell, Davenport, P.W. Derrick, J.V. Gregory, J.L. Harris, P.B. Harris, B.H. Harwell, T.E. Huff, J.C. Johnson, J.W. Johnson, J.R. Klapman, R.A. Kohn, Koon, T.A. Limehouse, T.T. Mappus, J.G. Mattos, J.G. McAbee, F.E. McBride, D.M. McEachin, McKay, M. McLeod, D.A. Moss, J. Rama, J.I. Rogers, Sharpe, P.E. Short, J.J. Snow, E.C. Stoddard, L.L. Taylor, J.W. Tucker, C.Y. Waites, D.C. Waldrop, Washington, J.M. White, D.E. Winstead, S.S. Wofford and D.A. Wright
    A Bill to amend Article 1, Chapter 23, Title 23, Code of Laws of South Carolina, 1976, relating to the South Carolina Law Enforcement Training Council and to certain required training of law enforcement officers, so as to provide that correctional officers and other personnel employed by the Department of Corrections may be trained by the Department; to provide that no law enforcement officer employed or appointed after July 1, 1989, is empowered to enforce the laws of this State or a political subdivision thereof unless he has been certified as qualified by the Council and to provide certain exceptions, to provide the requirements for certification and training and for the duration of certification, and to provide exceptions; to increase the amounts added to criminal and traffic fines and used for the purpose of law enforcement training and other purposes; to authorize the Council to take certain actions against public law enforcement agencies in violation of this Chapter, including the imposition of a civil fine, and to provide that where this civil fine is imposed upon a sheriff, the sheriff is responsible for its payment.-amended title
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12/14/88House Prefiled
12/14/88House Referred to Committee on Medical, Military, Public and Municipal Affairs
01/10/89House Introduced and read first time HJ-30
01/10/89House Referred to Committee on Medical, Military, Public and Municipal Affairs HJ-30
02/22/89House Committee report: Favorable with amendment Medical, Military, Public and Municipal Affairs HJ-6
02/28/89House Debate adjourned until Thursday, March 2, 1989 HJ-2
03/02/89House Amended HJ-31
03/02/89House Objection by Rep. Kirsh, McTeer, G. Brown, & Faber HJ-31
03/08/89House Objection withdrawn by Rep. McTeer & G. Brown HJ-46
03/08/89House Objection by Rep. T. Rogers HJ-46
03/08/89House Objection withdrawn by Rep. Faber HJ-46
03/08/89House Amended HJ-47
03/08/89House Objection by Rep. Washington HJ-48
03/21/89House Objection withdrawn by Rep. T. Rogers & Washington HJ-30
03/21/89House Read second time HJ-31
03/23/89House Read third time and sent to Senate HJ-12
03/28/89Senate Introduced and read first time SJ-6
03/28/89Senate Referred to Committee on Judiciary SJ-7
04/12/89Senate Committee report: Favorable Judiciary SJ-13
04/13/89Senate Read second time SJ-13
04/13/89Senate Unanimous consent for third reading on next legislative day SJ-13
04/14/89Senate Read third time and enrolled SJ-1
04/20/89 Ratified R 101
04/26/89 Signed By Governor
04/26/89 Effective date 07/01/89
04/26/89 Act No. 60
05/03/89 Copies available

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