Provides for an Extreme Risk Protective Order which may be filed by a member of the subject’s household, parent, guardian, or prosecuting attorney acting on behalf of law enforcement. The order would require the respondent to turn over any firearms they own or possess to law enforcement and potentially surrender their handgun license pending a hearing.
Concerning creation of an extreme risk protection order.
Relative to extreme risk protection orders.
A BILL for an Act to create and enact chapter 12.1-31.3 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to the seizure of a firearm by a law enforcement officer and the issuance of a public safety protection order; and to provide a penalty.
Concerning extreme risk protection orders
A BILL FOR AN ACT relating to relating to firearms; to amend sections 2 69-2406, 69-2407, and 69-2439, Reissue Revised Statutes of Nebraska, 3 and section 25-2740, Revised Statutes Cumulative Supplement, 2018; 4 to adopt the Extreme Risk Protection Order Act; to harmonize 5 provisions; to repeal the original sections; and to declare an emergency.
Law enforcement and family members petitioning a court to prohibit people from possessing firearms if they pose a significant danger to themselves or others ability enabled.
Create new sections of KRS Chapter 237 to specify definitions for "assault weapons," "large-capacity ammunition-feeding devices," "bump stocks," and "ammunition sellers"; require background checks for private firearms sales; require reporting to law enforcement of firearm and ammunition thefts and losses; require the safe storage of firearms; and to prohibit the manufacture, sale, or transfer of a bump stock; amend KRS 395.250 to require an estate's inventory to list each firearm; amend KRS 403.735 to require judges, when issuing an order of protection, to consider whether a person against whom the order is entered should be prohibited from possessing an firearm; amend KRS 504.030 to require judges in criminal cases where a person is found guilty by reason of insanity to demand the surrender of the defendant's firearms; amend KRS 237.104 to conform; amend KRS 506.080 to specify that the offense of facilitation includes assistance in providing firearms; amend KRS 508.020 to include physical injury to a minor by virtue of the intentional discharge of a firearm within the offense of assault in the second degree; create a new section of KRS Chapter 527 to create the offense of criminal purchase or disposal of a weapon; amend KRS 527.040 to require that the sentence for a felon in possession of a firearm be served subsequent to any other felony sentence; amend KRS 527.070 to include post secondary education facilities within the existing ban on firearms in schools; amend KRS 532.030 to require the judge pronouncing a defendant guilty but mentally ill to demand the surrender of the person's firearms; create a new section of KRS Chapter 237 to require the State Police to promulgate administrative regulations relating to the licensing of persons to possess firearms and assault weapons, the registration of firearms and assault weapons, and the logging of firearms and ammunition sales effective January 1, 2020; amend KRS 532.025 to conform; amend KRS 237.115 to conform; repeal KRS 65.870
Protective orders; issuance upon convictions for certain felonies; penalty.
NICS reporting under the Jake Laird law. Requires notifying the federal National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) if a court has determined that a person is dangerous in a firearms retention hearing conducted under the Jake Laird law, and requires NICS notification if the court determines in a subsequent hearing that the person is no longer dangerous.