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Legislative Report: New Laws Affecting Local Government

by on January 3, 2019

posted in Legislative Updates,

In 2018, the Legislature enacted several new laws relevant to local government.  The following are some of the more notable laws enacted.  ... Continue Reading

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Several New Laws Took Effect on January 1

by on January 2, 2019

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The Legislature enacted several laws that took effect on January 1, 2019.  The following are some of the noteworthy new laws enacted.  ... Continue Reading

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New Laws Affecting Public Access to Police Records: SB1421 and AB748

by on October 25, 2018

posted in Law Enforcement, Public Records Act,

The Legislature has responded to public pressure calling for increased transparency into local policing by passing two new laws that mandate disclosure of records related to officer misconduct and use of force incidents. With Governor Brown’s signature, SB1421 and AB 748 will change how police departments respond to requests for certain personnel records and recordings of use of force incidents that were previously exempt from disclosure.  ... Continue Reading

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tags: AB 748, Bodycam, Law Enforcement, Officer-involved shootings, Police, Public Records, SB 1421,

Court Rules Enforcement of “Anti-Camping” Ordinance is Unconstitutional When Homeless Persons Lack Shelter

by on September 24, 2018

posted in Code Enforcement, Recent Court Decisions,

“Anti-camping” and related “sit-lie” ordinances cannot be enforced against homeless persons who have no access to overnight shelter.  As the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals held on September 4, enforcement under such circumstances effectively criminalizes the status of being homeless, violating the Eighth Amendment’s prohibition on cruel and unusual punishment.  The Court’s decision, in Martin v. City of Boise, will make it difficult for local agencies to enforce their “anti-camping” ordinances to the extent they did previously.  ... Continue Reading

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California Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Police in a Pursuit Accident Case

by on August 15, 2018

posted in Law Enforcement, Recent Court Decisions,

The California Supreme Court issued a very favorable ruling in favor of police agencies on August 13, 2018. In an unanimous opinion, the Court ruled that a police department that requires ALL of the officers to certify that they have read and understood the vehicle-pursuit policy can claim immunity even if all its members failed to sign. Ramirez v. City of Gardena (2018) S244549.  ... Continue Reading

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