Status Summary

The bill was passed by the House and was read in the Senate Human Services and Corrections Committee. Public hearing in the Senate Committee on Human Services & Corrections on 2/19. Executive action taken in the Senate Committee on Human Services & Corrections on 2/23. HSC - Majority; do pass with amendment(s) and passed to Rules for second reading. Placed on second reading by Rules on 2/27. Has not yet come up for a vote in the Senate. No further action as of 3/8. The bill is dead. (updated 3/8)

Legislative Session

2018

Status

Died

Sponsor

Rep. Kagi

*Companion to SB 5257

Last amended during 2017 session:
1280 expands the target population of community juvenile accountability programs to include referred youth and requires DSHS to report the number of referred youth receiving community accountability services by county.
 
HB1280 adds stop-loss protection for counties that lose more than 2 percent of their block grant per year because referred youth are added to the program and requires a minimum block grant level to be set as part of the funding formula.
 
The bill authorizes a police officer to arrest a youth at a domestic violence call but does not require arrest or booking of a person less than 18 years of age. Changes the filing criteria for criminal charges against a juvenile and addresses destruction of a juvenile's criminal record if the record is limited to pre-adjudication diversion agreements, but otherwise preserves existing authority to destroy or seal records as provided by law.
 
Last amended during 2017 session:
1280 expands the target population of community juvenile accountability programs to include referred youth and requires DSHS to report the number of referred youth receiving community accountability services by county. HB1280 adds stop-loss protection for counties that lose more than 2 percent of their block grant per year because referred youth are added to the program and requires a minimum block grant level to be set as part of the funding formula. The bill authorizes a police officer to arrest a youth at a domestic violence call but does not require arrest or booking of a person less than 18 years of age. Changes the filing criteria for criminal charges against a juvenile and addresses destruction of a juvenile's criminal record if the record is limited to pre-adjudication diversion agreements, but otherwise preserves existing authority to destroy or seal records as provided by law.