SB 296 Allows the governing body of any state college or university to establish regulations to control vehicular traffic on campus through college or university police officers
Sponsor: Lager
LR Number: 1559S.01I Fiscal Note available
Committee: Transportation and Infrastructure
Last Action: 3/27/2013 - Voted Do Pass S Transportation and Infrastructure Committee Journal Page:
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Effective Date: August 28, 2013

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SB 296 - This act allows the governing body of any state college or university to establish regulations to control vehicular traffic on campus. Any such regulations must be consistent with state law. The governing body of any state college or university may also enforce any such regulations and general motor vehicle laws of Missouri through college or university police officers. Any regulations adopted must be codified, printed, and distributed for public use. There must be adequate signs displaying the speed limit on thoroughfares. Violations will have the same effect as a municipal ordinance, as well as penalty provisions and points. State college or university police officers must be certified under the requirements of Chapter 590 and will have the same powers as other law enforcement officers.

This act is identical to HB 312 (2013) and is also contained in CCS/SCS/HB 103 (2013), CCS/SS/SCS/HB 307 (2013), HCS/HB 468 (2013), HCS/SB 67 (2013), and HCS/SS/SB 282 (2013).

MICHAEL RUFF