Weber tabled a bill similar to AB 392 last year after it failed to garner enough support in the Legislature. Law enforcement groups said raising the standard for when police can fire their weapons would endanger communities by discouraging officers from confronting threatening people. … [Read more...] about Stephon Clark’s death didn’t produce criminal charges. But it could change California law.
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Instead of attempting to modify the underlying statute, the Act proposes that the Secretary convene relevant stakeholders one year after promulgation of the final modifications to Part 2 to determine the effect of the regulations on patient care, health outcomes and patient privacy. To fully realize mental health and substance use disorder parity, patients suffering from these conditions must be able to access the same integrated patient outreach and care coordination efforts as patients with other medical disorders. The eventual Part 2 final rule may help advance this cause, but further legislative action may still be necessary. This working group may assist in maximizing what can be achieved by regulation and may help to guide further congressional action in balancing efforts to reckon with the particular privacy risks posed by the unauthorized sharing of information related to an individual’s mental health and/or substance use disorder diagnosis or treatment with enabling such … [Read more...] about 21st Century Cures: Tackling Growing Problem of Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders
Authorities say in a statement that 911 callers reported 48-year-old John Elifritz jumped from the moving stolen vehicle, held someone at knife point and was wandering the street with a knife before he entered the CityTeam Ministries Shelter. … [Read more...] about The Latest: 8 law officers involved in Portland shooting
Compelling a suspect to unlock their phone with their face is another notch in the ongoing escalation between law enforcement and technology companies. Earlier this year, Apple released a security patch for the iPhone that stifled tools made by digital forensic companies and being used by law enforcement that can take data from a device, regardless of passcode and encryption. … [Read more...] about A suspect is forced by the FBI to unlock an iPhone using facial recognition
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