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SB 055: Prior Notice For Security Scans

Bill Number: SB11 055
Year: 2011
ACLU Position: Monitor
Sponsors: Lundberg, Lambert, Kopp, Renfro, Joshi, Holbert, Nikkel, Scott

Description:

The bill requires the following notice to be posted at the point of entry into any security area prior to the use of a security scanning system in any public facility in the state:

  • The type of security scanning system being used;
  • The manner of operation of the security scanning system being used;
  • The exposure levels to any radiation from the security scanning system being used;
  • The image generated by the security scanning system being used;
  • Any privacy or modesty policies or issues related to the security scanning system being used;
  •  Any rights a person has to refuse being scanned by the security scanning system being used;
  • The type of any pat-down search used and any related pat-down search policies;
  • All options a person has if he or she refuses to be scanned by the security scanning system being used, such as theavailability of alternative security measures; and
  • Any consequences a person could face for refusing to be scanned by the security scanning system being used or for refusing alternative security measures required prior to entering the public facility.

Current Status:

01/19/2011 Introduced In Senate - Assigned to Judiciary
02/02/2011 Senate Committee on Judiciary Refer Amended to Senate Committee of the Whole
02/07/2011 Senate Second Reading Laid Over to 02/11/2011
02/11/2011 Senate Second Reading Laid Over Daily
03/04/2011 Senate Second Reading Re-referred w/Amend. to Appropriations



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