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Co Jps Hearing Overview Sheet 030113

Co Jps Hearing Overview Sheet 030113

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COMMITTEE RESPONSIBILITY

The Committee is responsible for all judiciary and judicial procedure matters within the authority of the Council; decedents’ estates and fiduciary affairs; administrative law and procedure; criminal law and procedure; ex-offender affairs; police and fire regulations; police protection; correctional institutions (including youth corrections); fire prevention; emergency medical services; homeland security; criminal justice; and public safety.

Hearings updated 3/1/13

DC, DC Council, Tommy Wells, Ward 6, Metropolitan Police Department, Deputy Mayor for Public Safety and Justice
COMMITTEE RESPONSIBILITY

The Committee is responsible for all judiciary and judicial procedure matters within the authority of the Council; decedents’ estates and fiduciary affairs; administrative law and procedure; criminal law and procedure; ex-offender affairs; police and fire regulations; police protection; correctional institutions (including youth corrections); fire prevention; emergency medical services; homeland security; criminal justice; and public safety.

Hearings updated 3/1/13

DC, DC Council, Tommy Wells, Ward 6, Metropolitan Police Department, Deputy Mayor for Public Safety and Justice

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COUNCIL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY AND PUBLIC SAFETY
1350 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, N.W., SUITE 109 WASHINGTON, DC 20004

COMMITTEE MEMBERS Tommy Wells, Chairperson Anita Bonds (At-Large) Muriel Bowser (Ward 4) Mary M. Cheh (Ward 3) Jack Evans (Ward 2) 724-8072 724-8064 724-8052 724-8062 724-8058

COMMITTEE RESPONSIBILITY The Committee is responsible for all judiciary and judicial procedure matters within the authority of the Council; decedents’ estates and fiduciary affairs; administrative law and procedure; criminal law and procedure; exoffender affairs; police and fire regulations; police protection; correctional institutions (including youth corrections); fire prevention; emergency medical services; homeland security; criminal justice; and public safety. AGENCIES UNDER THE COMMITTEE’S JURISDICTION∗ - Access to Justice Initiative - Corrections Information Council - Criminal Justice Coordinating Council - Department of Corrections - Department of Forensic Sciences - Deputy Mayor for Public Safety and Justice - District of Columbia National Guard - Fire & Emergency Medical Services - Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency - Metropolitan Police Department - Office of Administrative Hearings - Office of Justice Grants Administration - Office of Police Complaints - Office of the Attorney General - Office of the Chief Medical Examiner - Office of Unified Communications - Office of Victims Services - Office on Ex-Offender Affairs

*The Committee also serves as liaison to federal partners, including: the Courts, U.S. Attorneys’ Office, Public Defender Service, Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency, Pretrial Services Agency, Federal Bureau of Prisons, and the U.S. Parole Commission.

Committee Contact Information Anne Phelps Melanie Bates Nishant Keerikatte Tawanna Shuford Committee Director Legislative Counsel Legislative Counsel Constituent Services aphelps@dccouncil.us mbates@dccouncil.us nkeerikatte@dccouncil.us tshuford@dccouncil.us (202) 727-8275 (202) 741-0949 (202) 724-8197 (202) 727-8232

As of March 3, 2013

SCHEDULED HEARINGS
The Committee invites the public to testify at the listed hearings. Individuals who wish to testify should contact Tawanna Shuford at 724-7808 or tshuford@dccouncil.us, and provide their name; address; telephone number; organizational affiliation, if any; and which hearing they wish to attend, by 5 p.m. the day prior to the hearing. Monday, March 4, 2013 at 10 a.m. (Room 123): PR 20-52, the "Commission on Re-Entry and Returning Citizen Affairs Courtney A. Stewart Confirmation Resolution of 2013”; PR20-53, the "Commission on Re-Entry and Returning Citizen Affairs Marco E. Price-Bey Confirmation Resolution of 2013”; and PR 20-54, the "Commission on Re-Entry and Returning Citizen Affairs Debra G. Rowe Confirmation Resolution of 2013”. These resolutions would approve the Mayor’s nominees to the Commission on Re-Entry and Returning Citizens Affairs. Monday, March 4, 2013 at 2 p.m. (Room 123): Reconvened Performance Oversight Hearing on the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner. Thursday, March 14, 2013 at 10 a.m. (Room 120): Bill 20-118, the “Marriage Officiant Amendment Act of 2013”. This legislation would establish the authority of a temporary marriage officiant to perform a marriage ceremony. Thursday, March 21, 2013 at 10 a.m. (Room 500): Bill 20-60, the “Eyewitness Identification Procedures Act of 2013” and Bill 20-73, the “Mug Shot Access Act of 2013”. Bill 20-60 would create and mandate an eyewitness identification (ID) process; and includes several procedures and requirements regarding this process, including remedies for when a procedure is not in accordance with this law. Bill 20-73 would require the Metropolitan Police Department to release photographs of arrested individuals to the public. Monday, March 25, 2013 at 11:00 a.m. (Room 123): Bill 20-35, the “Domestic Violence Hotline Establishment Act of 2013”. This legislation would require the Office of Victim Services to establish and provide a 24-hour, live-assistance, direct toll-free hotline to services for victims and potential victims of domestic violence. Tuesday, March 26, 2013 at 10:30 a.m. (Room 123): Bill 20-13, the “Attorney General Subpoena Authority Authorization Amendment Act of 2013” and Bill 20-134, the “Elected Attorney General Implementation and Legal Service Establishment Amendment Act of 2013”. The stated purpose of Bill 20-13 is to clarify and broaden the meaning of municipal matter and authorize the Office of the Attorney General (OAG) to issue subpoenas for any matter being investigated. Bill 20-134, as introduced by the Mayor, reflects the executive’s determination of legal changes necessary to effectively implement the District’s transition to an elected Attorney General, including the reorganization of attorneys in that office; training and performance standards; the transfer of the Child Support Services Division to the Department of Human Services; and much more.
April 10 10 a.m. (Room 500) Judicial Nomination Commission Department of Corrections Corrections Information Council Office on Returning Citizens Affairs Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency

FISCAL YEAR 2014 BUDGET OVERSIGHT HEARINGS* April 17 April 25 10 a.m. (Room 412) 10 a.m. (Room 412)
Commission on Judicial Disabilities and Tenure Sentencing and Criminal Code Revision Commission Office of Unified Communications Fire and Emergency Medical Services Department Office of Victims Services Justice Grants Administration Criminal Justice Coordinating Council Access to Justice Initiative Office of the Attorney General Office of Administrative Hearings Office of the Chief Medical Examiner

April 29 10 a.m. (Room 120)
National Guard Deputy Mayor for Public Safety and Justice Department of Forensic Sciences Metropolitan Police Department Office of Police Complaints

*Agency order within each date subject to change

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