97th General Assembly, 1st Regular Session
Bills Indexed by Subject
CORRECTIONS, DEPARTMENT OF

BillSponsor Bill StringDate/Last Action
 Bill Information
SB61Keaveny, Joseph SB 613/7/2013 Reported Do Pass with Amendments (S)
  0141S.01I - Requires the State Auditor to compare the costs of death penalty cases and first-degree murder cases in which the death penalty is not sought
HB69Kelley, Mike HB 692/13/2013 Public Hearing Completed (H)
  0564L.01I - Specifies that gross negligence will be the standard of proof in a court action brought against a public or private jail or a correctional or detention facility as a result of a death by suicide of any inmate
HB155Gatschenberger, Chuck HB 1555/17/2013 Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety
  0886H.01I - Changes the requirements for the use of private probation services
HB166Hubbard, Penny HB 1661/17/2013 Referred: Urban Issues
  0481H.01I - Establishes a pilot program to allow increased visitation of children with incarcerated mothers
HB210Cox, Stanley HCS HB 2105/6/2013 Second read and referred: Senate Judiciary and Civil and Criminal Jurisprudence
  0415H.02P - Changes the laws regarding the Missouri Criminal Code
HB270Walton Gray, Rochelle HB 2705/17/2013 Referred: Special Standing Committee on Corrections
  0350L.01I - Allows certain inmates who become physically or mentally disabled, infirm, incompetent, or incapacitated to be released on parole if they are eligible for specified federal medical or financial benefits
HB301Engler, Kevin SCS HB 3019/11/2013 Motion withdrawn
  1140S.02T - Changes the laws regarding certain sexual offenses and sexually violent offenders and establishes a prisoner re-entry program for certain offenders
HB326Fitzwater, Paul HB 3264/18/2013 Second read and referred: Senate Judiciary and Civil and Criminal Jurisprudence
  1198L.01P - Changes the penalty for the crime of sexual misconduct to a class D felony if the crime is committed while the person is incarcerated within a Department of Corrections' facility
SB243Brown, Dan SB 2431/30/2013 Introduced and First Read (S)
  1250S.01I - Makes second degree sexual misconduct a class D felony if the offender was incarcerated in a Department of Corrections facility at the time of the crime
HB391Kratky, Michele HCS HB 3913/12/2013 Referred: Rules
  0899H.02C - Authorizes an income tax credit for certain small businesses who hire a person who is disabled or who was recently discharged from a correctional facility
HB419Hubbard, Penny HB 4194/29/2013 Voted Do Pass (H)
  0967H.01I - Requires the Board of Probation and Parole to periodically review the case history of certain convicted offenders serving sentences of more than 15 years or life without parole
SB253Justus, Jolie SB 2532/4/2013 Introduced and First Read (S)
  1290S.01I - Modifies provisions relating to criminal law
HB443Hubbard, Penny HB 4434/23/2013 Second read and referred: Senate Judiciary and Civil and Criminal Jurisprudence
  1362H.01P - Establishes a pilot program to increase the visitation rights of children with incarcerated parents
HB464Higdon, Galen HCS HB 4644/24/2013 Rules - Reported Do Pass (H)
  0647H.04C - Changes the laws regarding sheriffs
SB285Romine, Gary SB 2854/4/2013 Reported Do Pass (S)
  0861S.03I - Allows certain law enforcement agencies access to electronic monitoring information regarding sexually violent predators
HB560Molendorp, Chris HB 5605/17/2013 Referred: Special Standing Committee on Corrections
  1564H.01I - Prohibits smoking or using tobacco products in any area or on the grounds of a state correctional facility
HB577Engler, Kevin HB 5774/16/2013 Voted Do Pass (H)
  1582L.01I - Allows certain law enforcement agencies to access electronic monitoring information regarding sexually violent predators
HB589Hinson, Dave HCS HB 5895/2/2013 Public Hearing Scheduled (S)
  0193L.03P - Changes the laws regarding sexual offender registration and classification
HB624Ellinger, Rory HB 6245/17/2013 Referred: Crime Prevention and Public Safety
  0413L.02I - Changes the laws regarding sexual offender registration
SB338Romine, Gary SB 3382/18/2013 Introduced and First Read (S)
  1728S.01I - Modifes provisions relating to correctional treatment programs for offenders who are under the age of 18
HB635Fitzwater, Paul HB 6355/7/2013 Second read and referred: Senate Judiciary and Civil and Criminal Jurisprudence
  1673L.02P - Changes the age requirement for first time offenders to enter correctional treatment programs and repeals provisions regarding records and reports concerning offenders under 17 years of age
HB637Fitzwater, Paul HB 6373/28/2013 Referred: Special Standing Committee on Corrections
  1629L.01I - Establishes minimum salary requirements for all corrections officers and supervisors
SB380Kraus, Will SB 3802/26/2013 Introduced and First Read (S)
  1847S.01I - Modifies provisions relating to criminal offenders participating in Department of Corrections' 120-day programs and sexual offender assessment programs
SB389Curls, Shalonn SB 3892/26/2013 Introduced and First Read (S)
  1686S.01I - Provides a process for the Parole Board to review the case histories of offenders serving more than 15 years in prison and recommend clemency or allow release on parole
HB742Ellington, Brandon HB 7424/3/2013 Public Hearing Completed (H)
  1086L.01I - Requires the Department of Corrections to perform specified actions to improve the ability of inmates to obtain employment upon release from incarceration
HB756Hubbard, Penny HB 7565/16/2013 Referred: Senate Governmental Accountability and Fiscal Oversight
  1833H.02P - Establishes a prisoner re-entry program within the Department of Corrections for an offender who has served his or her full sentence and is relocating to St. Louis upon release
SB453Cunningham, Mike SB 4532/28/2013 Introduced and First Read (S)
  1949S.01I - Requires state and contracted correctional health care systems to implement certain billing technologies and services
HB807Lair, Mike HB 8075/17/2013 Referred: Special Standing Committee on Corrections
  0553L.01I - Requires certain offenders 60 years of age or older serving a sentence of life without parole for a minimum of 50 years to receive a parole hearing after serving 15 years of his or her sentence
HB830Jones, Caleb HCS HB 8305/2/2013 Rules - Reported Do Pass (H)
  2029H.02C - Changes the laws regarding criminal offenders participating in the Department of Corrections' 120-day programs and sexual offender assessment programs
HB836Guernsey, Casey HB 8363/26/2013 Public Hearing Completed (H)
  1970H.01I - Requires a Department of Corrections' facility to maintain a garden and use the produce from the garden to supplement the facility's food supply
HB849Lant, Bill HB 8494/18/2013 Public Hearing Completed (H)
  2064H.01I - Requires the Missouri Supreme Court to develop a model jury instruction to be given to juries, including information on the sentence a defendant will receive and probable time served if found guilty