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House Bill 425

General Assembly: 132

Short Title: Declare police body camera recordings not to be public records   [ Show Long Title ]

Long Title: To amend sections 149.43, 149.433, 2151.34, 2903.213, 2903.214, 2919.26, 2953.32, 2953.37, 2953.38, 2953.53, and 3113.31 and to repeal sections 109.38 and 109.381 of the Revised Code to provide that specified portions of peace officers' body-worn camera or dashboard camera recordings and the infrastructure record of a public school are not public records for purposes of the Public Records Law, to replace expungement with sealing of ex parte protection orders and records under certain circumstances, to clarify the appellate process for the court's refusal to grant certain protection orders, and to repeal the pilot program regarding the removal of sealed or expunged records from certain databases.

Primary Sponsor: Representative Antani, Representative Craig

Version: As Reported by the Senate Government Oversight and Reform Committee

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History
Date Chamber Action Committee
12/6/18 Senate Reported - Substitute Government Oversight and Reform
9/25/18 Senate Refer to Committee Government Oversight and Reform
7/5/18 Senate Introduced
6/27/18 House Passed
5/22/18 House Reported - Substitute Government Accountability and Oversight
11/28/17 House Refer to Committee Government Accountability and Oversight
11/21/17 House Introduced
 
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