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HB 46 - Repeals Residency Requirement for Law Enforcement in St. Louis - Missouri Key Vote

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Title: Repeals Residency Requirement for Law Enforcement in St. Louis

Title: Repeals Residency Requirement for Law Enforcement in St. Louis

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Title: Repeals Residency Requirement for Law Enforcement in St. Louis

Vote Smart's Synopsis:

Vote to pass a bill that repeals the residency requirement for law enforcement and emergency personnel in the city of St. Louis.

Highlights:

  • Prohibits commissioned and civilian personnel of a municipal police force, and public safety employees hired prior to September 1, 2023, from being subject to a residency requirement of retaining a primary residence in a city not within a county (Sec. A).

  • Authorizes commissioned and civilian personnel of a municipal police force, and public safety employees hired prior to September 1, 2023, to be required to maintain a primary residence located within a 1-hour response time of a city not within a county (Sec. A).

  • Authorizes commissioned and civilian personnel of a municipal police force, and public safety employees hired after August 31, 2023, to be subject to a 7-year residency requirement of retaining a primary residence in a city not within a county (Sec. A).

  • Defines “public safety employee” as a person trained or authorized by law or rule to render emergency medical assistance or treatment including, but not limited to (Sec. A): 

    • Firefighters;

    • Ambulance attendants and attendant drivers; 

    • Emergency medical technicians and paramedics;

    • Dispatchers;

    • Registered nurses;

    • Physicians; and

    • Sheriffs and deputy sheriffs.


Title: Repeals Residency Requirement for Law Enforcement in St. Louis

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