HB 4301

  • Oregon House Bill
  • 2020 Special Session 2
  • Introduced in House Aug 11, 2020
  • Passed House Aug 11, 2020
  • Passed Senate Aug 11, 2020
  • Signed by Governor Sep 01, 2020

Relating to the use of force; declaring an emergency.

Abstract

Provides that peace officer or corrections officer may not use force that impedes normal breathing or circulation of blood of another person by applying pressure on throat or neck except in specified circumstances. Modifies justification defenses available to peace officer who uses physical force or deadly physical force upon another person. Requires peace officer to give verbal warning, and reasonable opportunity to comply, before using physical force or deadly physical force if reasonable opportunity to do so exists. Requires peace officer to consider alternatives to physical force or deadly physical force if reasonable opportunity to do so exists. Declares emergency, effective on passage.

Bill Sponsors (15)

Votes


Actions


Oct 02, 2020

House

Chapter 3, (2020 Laws): Effective date September 1, 2020.

Sep 01, 2020

House

Governor signed.

Aug 24, 2020

Senate

President signed.

Aug 13, 2020

House

Speaker signed.

Aug 11, 2020

Senate

Vote explanation filed by Heard.

Aug 11, 2020

Senate

Rules suspended. Third reading. Carried by Manning Jr. Passed.

Aug 11, 2020

Senate

Rules suspended. Second reading.

Aug 11, 2020

Senate

Recommendation: Do pass.

Aug 11, 2020

Senate

Referred to Policies for the Second Special Session.

Aug 11, 2020

Senate

First reading. Referred to President's desk.

Aug 11, 2020

House

Rules suspended. Third reading. Carried by Bynum. Passed.

Aug 11, 2020

House

Rules suspended. Second reading.

Aug 10, 2020

House

Recommendation: Do pass.

Aug 10, 2020

House

Work Session held.

Aug 10, 2020

House

Referred to Policies for the Second Special Session.

Aug 10, 2020

House

First reading. Referred to Speaker's desk.

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