COMMITTEE:   Homeland Security & Public Safety 

TIME & DATE: 8:00 AM, Tuesday, April 11, 2017 

PLACE:       E2.014 
CHAIR:       Rep. Phil King 


The committee will convene to hear invited testimony on:

·                Border Security


The committee will also hear public testimony on:


HB 103        Dutton                 
Relating to certain body cavity searches conducted by a peace officer.

HB 255        Anchia                 
Relating to the offense involving the carrying of handguns by license holders on the premises or property of certain recreational facilities.

HB 514        Simmons | et al.       
Relating to the authority of certain personal protection officers to carry certain weapons.

HB 899        Nevárez                
Relating to the notice given by a property owner prohibiting a handgun license holder from carrying a handgun on certain property.

HB 980        Wray                   
Relating to reducing certain fees for a license to carry a handgun for county jailers.

HB 1611       VanDeaver              
Relating to the use of warning devices by stationary authorized emergency vehicles.

HB 1777       Dale                   
Relating to eligibility for a security officer commission.

HB 1816       Metcalf                
Relating to the operation of medical supply transport vehicles during a declared state of disaster.

HB 1864       Thompson, Senfronia    
Relating to training regarding interactions with law enforcement during traffic stops.

HB 2068       Phillips               
Relating to the repeal of the driver responsibility program and the amount and allocation of state traffic fine funds; authorizing and increasing criminal fines.

HB 2083       Shaheen                
Relating to expedited processing of certain applications for a license to carry a handgun; waiving a fee.

HB 2702       Coleman | et al.       
Relating to interactions between law enforcement and individuals detained or arrested on suspicion of the commission of criminal offenses and the confinement or release of those individuals prior to prosecution.

HB 3376       Holland                
Relating to forms of notice that may be provided by the Department of Public Safety during certain enforcement proceedings and actions.

HB 3609       Burns                  
Relating to the administrative and civil consequences imposed by the Department of Public Safety.

HB 3690       Metcalf                
Relating to the Texas Crime Stoppers Council.

HB 3922       Stucky | et al.        
Relating to the places where an active judicial officer may carry a handgun if the officer is licensed to carry a handgun.

The committee will also consider pending business.





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