Bill Tracking

TCOLE Bill Tracking Table

86th Legislature - Regular Session

Note:  This table is designed to asist TCOLE commissioners and staff in keeping track of state legislative actions that may affect the Commission.  It is not designed to be a comprehensive review.  For additional information about a particular bill, including full text, please visit

Bill Tracking

Billsort ascending Description Author
SB 973 Relating to a limited viewing of certain body worn camera recordings. Birdwell
SB 971 Relating to peace officer training on recognizing and recording circumstances that indicate strangulation in certain cases. Huffman
SB 782 Relating to a law enforcement policy regarding a peace officer accessing a recording from the officer's body worn camera. West
SB 696 Relating to peace officer instruction on the trafficking of persons and compelling prostitution. Huffman
SB 586 Relating to the training of peace officers for family violence and sexual assault assignments. Watson
SB 477 Creighton
SB 346 Relating to the consolidation and allocation of state criminal court costs; increasing the amounts of certain court costs and reducing the amounts of certain other court costs. Zaffirini
SB 332 Relating to preventing racial profiling and to video and audio equipment and recordings of certain law enforcement motor vehicle stops; creating an offense. West
SB 2384 Relating to the establishment of the Office for Sexual Assault Survivor Assistance within the criminal justice division of the governor's office. Watson
SB 2158 Relating to tactical medical officers; requiring an occupational certificate; authorizing fees. Buckingham
SB 2114 Relating to certain duties of peace officers and law enforcement agencies concerning certain information subject to disclosure to a defendant. West
SB 1967 Relating to the duties of the Texas School Safety Center and school districts regarding public school safety and security. Zaffirini
SB 1879 Relating to firearms training for county jailers. Schwertner
SB 1849 Relating to public school safety measures, access to mental health professionals in public schools and during certain emergencies, access to criminal history and mental health records, and access to firearms; requiring a certificate for employment as a sc Miles
SB 1827 Relating to the emergency administration of an epinephrine auto-injector by peace officers. Menendez
SB 1811 Relating to continuing education training on civil process for constables. Lucio
SB 1749 Relating to a study by the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement of the reporting and use of information concerning the termination of a license holder's employment. Seliger
SB 1397 Relating to exempting certain honorably retired peace officers from continuing education requirements. Flores
SB 1218 Relating to hiring and licensing certain veterans as peace officers. Alvarado
HB 971 Relating to proficiency certification of law enforcement officers with military service. Clardy
HB 887 Relating to the use of force to make an arrest or search and law enforcement policies regarding de-escalation and proportionate response. Thompson
HB 876 Relating to the model training curriculum and required training for school district peace officers and school resource officers. Allen
HB 804 Relating to the authority of peace officers to conduct certain searches. Johnson
HB 655 Relating to a peace officer training advisory committee. Dutton
HB 546 Relating to a study and report by the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement on certain training and education requirements for law enforcement officers. Canales T