Bill Status of SB3199 102nd General Assembly
Short Description: RHTS CRIME VICTIMS-NOTICE
Sen. Terri Bryant - Steve McClure - Jason Plummer, Dan McConchie, Sue Rezin, Sally J. Turner, Brian W. Stewart, Neil Anderson, Craig Wilcox, Darren Bailey, Win Stoller, Dave Syverson, Jason A. Barickman, Chapin Rose, Jil Tracy, Dale Fowler and Donald P. DeWitte
| 1/14/2022||Senate||Referred to Assignments|
Statutes Amended In Order of Appearance
Synopsis As Introduced
Amends the Rights of Crime Victims and Witnesses Act. Provides that the Prisoner Review Board shall immediately inform a victim of the early release of the prisoner from State custody or of the prisoner's pardon, commutation, furlough, or granting of sentence credit, if the victim has previously requested notification of that information. Provides that when the defendant has been found guilty but mentally ill and is granted early release, pardon, commutation, or furlough, the Prisoner Review Board immediately shall notify the victim, if the victim has previously requested notification of that information. Provides that the notification shall be based upon the most recent information as to the victim's residence or other location available to the Board. Provides that when no such information is available, the Board shall make all reasonable efforts to obtain the information and make the notification. Provides that this notification requirement is in addition to any notification requirements pursuant to any other statewide victim notification systems. Provides that the Board must document notification efforts if the victim alleges lack of notification.