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Senate Bill 0520


Senate Bill 0520

ARCHIVE (2007)

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DIGEST OF SB 520 (Updated April 28, 2007 10:44 am - DI 106)


Registry of methamphetamine manufacturing sites and precursor sales information. Requires law enforcement agencies that seize a methamphetamine laboratory to notify the criminal justice institute of the laboratory's location. Requires the criminal justice institute to operate a web site containing a list of properties that have been the site of a methamphetamine laboratory. Requires the criminal justice institute to remove a listed property from the web site when the property has been remediated or two years after seizure of the property, and provides that records of listed properties that have been removed are confidential. Establishes a procedure for determining when to list certain rental properties in the process of remediation on the web site. Requires the criminal justice institute to seek federal funds to establish and operate a methamphetamine precursor data base pilot project. Specifies that the pilot project must connect persons who: (1) sell a drug that contains the active ingredient of ephedrine or pseudoephedrine; and (2) record drug sales information in an electronic log under current law; to an electronic monitoring system that transfers the drug sales information to a central data base at the same time the drug sales information is recorded in the electronic log. Limits the pilot project to six counties. Allows only certain law enforcement officers to have access to information in the central data base. Requires persons who must collect and record sales information concerning drugs that contain ephedrine or pseudoephedrine in a paper or an electronic log to collect and record the information until June 30, 2012, instead of June 30, 2008. Permits, when necessary to avoid imminent danger to life or property, criminal intelligence assessments to be released to a government official or to: (1) another individual whose life or property is in imminent danger; (2) another individual who is responsible for protecting the life or property of another person; or (3) another individual who may be in a position to reduce or mitigate the imminent danger to life or property.
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