99th General Assembly, 1st Regular Session
Bills Indexed by Subject
VICTIMS OF CRIME
BillSponsorCoSponsorBill String
 Bill Information
HB59Shumake, LindellHB 59
 0334H.01I - Provides that a respondent will not be in violation of an ex parte or full order of protection if the respondent communicates with the petitioner and such communication is the result of the petitioner initiating contact with the respondent
HB107Kelley, MikeHB 107
 0151H.02I - Establishes "Toby's Law," which requires any person who has pled guilty to or been found guilty of driving while intoxicated to complete a victim impact program approved by the court
HB237Kelley, MikeHB 237
 0185H.01I - Creates criminal penalties if a petitioner who has been granted a protective order initiates any contact with the respondent of such protective order
HB260Brown, CloriaSCS HCS HB 260
 0573S.05C - Changes provisions relating to child welfare
HB261Brown, CloriaHCS HB 261
 0568H.02P - Requires the Department of Public Safety to develop human trafficking hotline posters
HB370Newman, StaceyHB 370
 0219H.01I - Establishes programs and services to increase preventive health care services in the state
HB371Newman, StaceyHB 371
 0227H.01I - Establishes the Compassionate Assistance for Rape Emergencies (CARE) Act
HB396Unsicker, SarahHB 396
 0971H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to services for victims of crimes
HB471Butler, MichaelHB 471
 0680H.01I - Changes the laws regarding public nuisance penalties
HB505Ellington, BrandonHB 505
 0876H.01I - Allows a victim or witness of a crime to be granted an automatic full order of protection if such victim or witness is fearful of his or her safety
HB511Ellington, BrandonHB 511
 0870H.01I - Allows the victim's family or next of kin to sign a notarized statement directing the funeral home to be a claimant and deal directly with the Crime Victims' Compensation Fund
HB522Ellington, BrandonHB 522
 0872H.02I - Establishes a pilot program in St. Louis City and in Kansas City to be known as the Intervention and Compliance Unit Pilot Program to address rising serious violent crime in the two cities
HB578Lichtenegger, DonnaHB 578
 1028H.01I - Establishes a statewide sexual assault kit tracking system
HB689Mathews, KirkHB 689
 1518H.01I - Creates and modifies provisions relating to punitive damages
HB743Conway, KathieHB 743
 1578H.01P - Modifies provisions relating to the distribution of moneys from the Crime Victims' Compensation Fund to the state forensic laboratory account
HB842Mitten, GinaHB 842
 0762H.01I - Creates a right to unpaid leave for employees that are affected by domestic violence
HB889Rehder, HollyHB 889
 1704H.01I - Prohibits law enforcement from releasing records containing personally identifiable health information, unless such information is redacted or a court orders disclosure
HB1020Quade, CrystalHB 1020
 2026H.01I - Enhances the penalties for certain offenses if the offenses were targeted toward certain victims
HB1112Tate, NateHB 1112
 2266H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to child abuse and neglect
HB1148Pietzman, RandyHB 1148
 2247H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to the victim’s right to make a statements
HB1150Corlew, KevinHB 1150
 2304H.01I - Modifies the definition of special victim
HB1155Gregory, DavidHCS HB 1155
 2285H.02C - Modifies provisions relating to court proceedings
HB1158Franklin, DianeSCS HCS HB 1158
 2281S.04C - Changes the laws regarding child abuse and neglect reports
HB1184Roberts, StevenHB 1184
 2325H.01I - Allows the victim's family or next of kin to sign a notarized statement directing the funeral home be a claimant and deal directly with the Crime Victim's Compensation Fund
HCB9McGaugh, Joe DonHCB 9
 2377H.01I - Modifies provisions relating to criminal proceedings
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