WV SB616 | 2010 | Regular Session


Spectrum: Partisan Bill (Democrat 2-0)
Status: Engrossed on March 2 2010 - 50% progression, died in committee
Action: 2010-03-03 - To House Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security
Pending: House Veterans Affairs & Homeland Security Committee


The purpose of this bill is to permit the Civil Service Commission of each county to hear appeals from hearing boards; establishing time periods for the filing of answers and appeals; permitting all deputy sheriffs to perform police work in addition to their normal duties. The bill eliminates the authority of a county commission from approving the sheriff's plan regarding additional police work by deputy sheriffs. The bill eliminates written reprimands and transfers for purposes of punishment from the definition of "punitive action" as it applies to deputy sheriffs. The bill also permits a deputy sheriff to a hearing in front of a hearing board or the Deputy Sheriff's Civil Service Commission.

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Relating to civil service for deputy sheriffs



2010-03-03 To House Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security
2010-03-03 To Veterans' Affairs and Homeland Security then Judiciary
2010-03-03 Introduced in House
2010-03-02 Ordered to House
2010-03-02 Passed Senate (Roll No. 33)
2010-03-02 Read 3rd time
2010-03-02 On 3rd reading
2010-03-01 Read 2nd time
2010-03-01 On 2nd reading
2010-02-26 Read 1st time
2010-02-26 On 1st reading
2010-02-26 Immediate consideration
2010-02-26 2nd reference dispensed
2010-02-26 Committee substitute reported, but first to Finance
2010-02-19 To Government Organization
2010-02-19 To Government Organization then Finance
2010-02-19 Introduced in Senate
2010-02-19 To Government Organization then Finance
2010-02-19 Filed for introduction


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