Bill Summary for S 101 (2021)

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Jun 28 2022

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Senate Bill 101 (Public) Filed Monday, February 15, 2021
AN ACT TO REQUIRE COMPLIANCE WITH IMMIGRATION DETAINERS AND ADMINISTRATIVE WARRANTS AND TO REQUIRE CERTAIN REPORTS FROM LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT.
Intro. by Edwards, Sanderson, Britt.

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House committee substitute make the following changes to the 3rd edition.

Amends GS 162-62 by making a clarifying change. Further amends the statute by adding the uncodified reporting requirements in Section 1(b) of the act, which requires administrators of county jails, local confinement facilities, district confinement facilities, and satellite jails or work release units to report to the specified NCGA committee regarding their compliance with GS 162-62, to new subsection (e). Amends the reporting requirement by: (1) clarifying that the Immigration and Customs Enforcement is of the US Department of Homeland Security; (2) amends the items that must be included in the report to require the number of times a prisoner was held then released following the rescinding of a detainer order by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement of the US Department of Homeland Security (was, the number of times a prisoner was held then released following the satisfaction of proof of legal residence or citizenship required by that subsection); and (3) changes the start date of the mandated annual reporting to begin October 1, 2023, rather than October 1, 2022.

Changes the effective date of the act from December 1, 2021, to December 1, 2022. 

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