Senate Bill 63: Retention of Child Abuse and Neglect Reports

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Last Updated: December 6, 2017
Senate Bill 63: Retention of Child Abuse and Neglect Reports
Sponsors:
Senators Carson, Bradley, and Fuller Clark; Representatives Weber, Guthrie, and Berrien
Summary:

This bill would require a screened out report of child abuse or neglect to be kept for 7 years (rather than the 1 year currently); if another report is filed within that frame, the screened out report is to be kept 7 years after the latest report. Likewise, an unfounded report is to be kept for 10 years (rather than 3), another 10 years if additional report filed; a founded report is to be kept indefinitely (rather than 7 years); all previous reports to be kept indefinitely if a founded report occurs within the retention frame.

HSLDA's Position:
Oppose.
Action Requested:
None at this time
Status:
1/05/2017 (Senate) Introduced and Referred to Health and Human Services
1/26/2017 (Senate) Hearing: 02/02/2017, Room 101, LOB, 09:15 am
2/02/2017 (Senate) Committee Report: Ought to Pass, 02/09/2017
2/09/2017 (Senate) Ought to Pass: MA, VV; Refer to Finance Rule 4-5; 02/09/2017
3/08/2017 (Senate) Committee Report: Inexpedient to Legislate, 03/16/2017
3/16/2017 (Senate) Without Objection, SB 63 is vacated from Finance and referred to Health and Human Services
12/5/2017 (Senate) Committee Report: Ought to Pass with Amendment

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