FIRST REGULAR SESSION
[TRULY AGREED TO AND FINALLY PASSED]
SENATE COMMITTEE SUBSTITUTE FOR
HOUSE BILL NO. 236
91ST GENERAL ASSEMBLY
To amend chapter 210, RSMo, by adding thereto one new section relating to the state juvenile information system.
Section A. Chapter 210, RSMo, is amended by adding thereto one new section, to be known as section 210.870, to read as follows:
210.870. 1. There is hereby established the "Juvenile Information Governance Commission".
2. The commission shall be composed of the following members:
(1) The director of the department of mental health;
(2) The director of the department of health;
(3) The commissioner of education;
(4) The director of the department of social services;
(5) The director of the division of family services of the department of social services;
(6) The director of the division of youth services of the department of social services;
(7) The state courts administrator;
(8) The superintendent of the highway patrol;
(9) The chief information officer of the office of information technology of the office of administration;
(10) One judge who hears juvenile cases in a circuit comprised of one county of the first classification, appointed by the chief justice of the supreme court;
(11) One judge who hears juvenile cases in a circuit comprised of more than one county, appointed by the chief justice of the supreme court;
(12) One juvenile officer representing a circuit comprised of one county of the first classification, appointed by the chief justice of the supreme court;
(13) One juvenile officer representing a circuit comprised of more than one county, appointed by the chief justice of the supreme court.
3. The commission shall authorize categories of information to be shared between executive agencies and juvenile and family divisions of the circuit courts pursuant to section 210.865. The commission shall provide vision, strategy, policy approval and oversight for development and implementation of agency, law enforcement and juvenile and family court information sharing. The commission may appoint subcommittees to address technical and policy issues associated with information sharing, communication, development and implementation.
4. The state courts administrator or a designee shall chair the commission.
5. The commission shall meet as determined by the chair but not less than semiannually. A majority of the members of the commission shall constitute a quorum.
6. No member of the commission shall receive compensation for the performance of duties associated with membership on the commission.
7. Official minutes of all commission meetings shall be prepared by the chair, distributed to the members and filed by the state courts administrator.
8. The commission shall, on January 1, 2002, and annually thereafter on January first of each succeeding year, transmit a report summarizing the commission's findings to the general assembly.