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House Bill 1105


House Bill 1105

ARCHIVE (2008)

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DIGEST OF HB 1105 (Updated March 14, 2008 3:04 pm - DI 87)


Various public safety matters. Increases to 65 years of age (from 60 years of age) the mandatory retirement age for a participant in the excise police, gaming agent, and conservation enforcement officers' retirement plan (plan). Caps the plan's annual retirement allowance at 75% of the participant's average annual salary. Establishes a deferred retirement option plan (DROP) for plan participants. Requires a law enforcement officer who: (1) has less than 25 years experience as a law enforcement officer; and (2) has not been employed as a law enforcement officer in the 10 years before being hired as a law enforcement officer or is hired in an upper level policymaking position; to repeat the full basic training course in order to regain law enforcement powers. Provides that a law enforcement officer who has at least 25 years experience as a law enforcement officer is not required to repeat the full basic training course but is required to attend a refresher course and a pre-basic training course to regain law enforcement powers. Provides that a refresher course for an officer who has not been employed as a law enforcement officer more than six years but less than ten years and is hired in an upper level policymaking position: (1) may not exceed 120 hours of course work; and (2) must include any credit hours received for completion of the police chief executive training program. Provides that a governmental body may transfer property to the board of fire trustees of a fire protection district or the provider unit of a fire protection territory under the same circumstances that property may be transferred to a volunteer fire department. Provides that a participating unit in a fire protection territory may transfer any money belonging to the participating unit to the fire protection territory fund, the fire protection territory equipment replacement fund, or both funds. Legalizes any transfer of money from a participating unit to a fire protection territory before July 1, 2008. Provides that when a fire protection territory dissolves, title to any real property transferred to the provider unit reverts to the participating unit that transferred the real property to the provider unit. Requires the Indiana criminal justice institute to prepare a yearly report concerning: (1) probationary and restricted driving privileges for persons holding a commercial driver's license; (2) prosecuting attorney diversion and deferral limitations and the computer system established by the prosecuting attorneys council of Indiana; (3) e-citations; (4) ignition interlock programs and other alcohol monitoring systems and other alcohol abuse deterrent programs; and (5) procedures and practices regarding license suspensions or granting of restricted or probationary licenses for persons holding a commercial driver's license or for the arrest or conviction of persons concerning a violation of certain alcohol related offenses. Provides that the reporting ends January 1, 2014.
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