Wendy C. Brawley

  • South Carolina
  • Representative
  • Democrat
  • District 70

Capitol Office

309D Blatt Bldg., Columbia, SC 29201

Phone 803-212-6961

District Office

217 Sagemont Dr., Hopkins , SC 29061

Phone 803-776-9286

Serving District 70

Sponsored Bills


H 3666

A Bill To Amend Section 16-9-10, Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, Relating To The Crime Of Perjury, So As To Provide The Circumstances Upon Which A Law Enforcement Officer Is Guilty Of Perjury And Provide A Penalty.

  • Introduced Jan 14 2021

H 3699

A House Resolution To Express The Profound Sorrow Of The Members Of The South Carolina House Of Representatives Upon The Passing Of Albert Lawson Boni Of Aiken County And To Extend Their Deepest Sympathy To His Large And Loving Family And His Many Friends.

  • Introduced Jan 14 2021

H 3667

A Bill To Amend The Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, By Adding Section 23-1-250 So As To Provide A Law Enforcement Agency That Serves A Community With A Relatively High Concentration Of Minority Residents Shall Make Efforts To Recruit, Retain, And Promote Minority Law Enforcement Officers So That The Racial And Ethnic Diversity Of The Agency Is Representative Of The Community, To Provide The Law Enforcement Agency Shall Report To The South Carolina Law Enforcement Training Council Its Efforts To Recruit, Retain, And Promote Minority Law Enforcement Officers, And To Provide The South Carolina Law Enforcement Training Council Shall Submit An Annual Report To The Governor And The General Assembly Which Includes Data Regarding Law Enforcement Agencies' Efforts To Recruit, Retain, And Promote Minority Law Enforcement Officers.

  • Introduced Jan 14 2021

H 3665

A Bill To Amend The Code Of Laws Of South Carolina, 1976, By Adding Section 23-1-242 So As To Prohibit The Deletion Or Destruction Of Data From A Body-Worn Camera With The Intent To Alter Or Influence A Criminal Action, Criminal Investigation, Internal Police Investigation, Civil Action, Or Potential Civil Action If Notice Is Provided By The Adverse Party, Or If Litigation Is Reasonably Anticipated, To Provide Penalties, And To Provide Exemptions; And To Amend Section 23-1-240, Relating To Policies And Procedures For The Use Of Body-Worn Cameras, So As To Provide The Policies And Procedures Must Be Uniform, Provide For The Circumstances In Which The Policies And Procedures Established By The Agencies Must Include For The Activation Of The Recordings, To Provide The Circumstances When Data Recorded By A Body-Worn Camera Is Subject To Disclosure Under The Freedom Of Information Act, And Provide A Trial Judge May Instruct A Jury That It May Infer Negligence If An Officer Wearing A Body-Worn Camera Failed To Produce A Video.

  • Introduced Jan 14 2021
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