2020 Special Session I

Budget Amendments - HB5005 (Conference Report)

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Fund Positions Related to HB 5109, HB 5051, and SB 5030

Item 403 #1c

Item 403 #1c

First Year - FY2021 Second Year - FY2022
Public Safety and Homeland Security
Department of Criminal Justice Services FY2021 ($195,795) FY2022 $254,191 GF
FY2021 2.00 FY2022 2.00 FTE

Page 185, line 18, strike "$6,601,573" and insert "$6,405,778".
Page 185, line 18, strike "$5,563,018" and insert "$5,817,209".

Page 186, line 14 strike "$208,079" and insert "$124,848".

Page 186, line 18, strike "94,825" and insert "56,895".

Page 186, line 26, strike "$1,504,321" and insert "$1,363,561".

Page 186, line 27, strike "five" and insert "six".

Page 186, line 29, after "academies." insert:

"The funding in the first year under this paragraph includes $1.0 million for the Department to contract with a third party to develop curriculum and training standards required by the provisions of House Bill 5109 and Senate Bill 5030 of the 2020 Special Session I."  

Page 186, after line 29 insert:

"K. Included within the appropriation for this item is $66,127 in the first year and $132, 254 in the second year from the general fund and one position to support a data analyst to analyze data from the Community Policing Database."


(This amendment provides for two additional positions related to the legislation to address policing reform that were not included in the introduced budget. The amendment maintains funding for the 8.0 FTE included in the introduced budget related to updating uniform training curriculum, and standards of conduct for law enforcement officers, and adds two additional positions - one to increase the total positions provided for annual evaluations of certified training academies to 6.0 evaluators, and one FTE to provide data analysis related to the Department's responsibilities under the Community Policing Act and Senate Bill 5030.)