SB 921 - Under current law, law enforcement agencies must submit crime incident information to the Department of Public Safety. This act provides that the information must be reported for each month on or before the 20th day of the following month.
Currently, the Missouri State Highway Patrol must include all reported domestic violence incidents for compilation in the "Crime in Missouri". This act removes the reference to "Crime in Missouri" and provides instead that the incidents must be reported for compilation in the annual crime report published by the Department of Public Safety.
This act removes time requirements in current law for the required reporting by law enforcement agencies of domestic-violence related homicides and suicides to the Missouri State Highway Patrol. In addition, this act requires the Highway Patrol to presents its annual report on domestic-violence related homicides and suicides to the Governor and General Assembly by March 1 rather than February 1.