I had the honor of attending a bill signing ceremony in the state capitol. I was invited to attend the ceremony for Senate Bill 26 and Senate Bill 53, two large public safety bills passed by the General Assembly. During session, my amendments were successfully added to both bills. I’m a strong supporter of law enforcement, and I applaud Governor Parson for signing these two public safety bills into law.
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(The Center Square) – Gov. Mike Parson signed several public safety bills into law in July, but Senate Bill 53 contained the broadest range of both protections for law enforcement and reforms to the criminal justice system.
The legislation includes an initiative that would provide feminine hygiene products like tampons to female prison inmates.
(The Center Square) – Kansas City’s reallocation of $42.3 million from its police budget is an illegal attempt to “defund the police” and could cost the city as many as 480 patrol officer positions, according to Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt.
The CW's supernatural spoof, from the creators of 'What We Do in the Shadows,' follows deadpan New Zealand cops as they investigate humorous horrors.
Police in New South Wales have ruled that Natalie Portman, Benjamin Millepied and Sacha Baron Cohen did not break COVID-19 lockdown rules with their recent boat trip.