SB2 was signed into law in September 2021 and includes major changes to peace officer hiring and eligibility.
SB2 was signed into law by Governor Gavin Newsom on September 30, 2021 and includes major changes to peace officer hiring and eligibility, and eliminates certain immunity provisions for public entities employing peace officers. The legislation is widely viewed as the State of California’s single biggest police reform bill.
Recently signed by Governor Newsom, SB 722 requires a school district or charter school to have at least one adult with a valid certification of CPR training to be present throughout the duration of a non-interscholastic event.
Many legislative changes due to COVID-19 have occurred recently regarding Workers' Compensation coverage, claims, and claims handling. PRISM staff has complied this latest update of information on the changes.
The 2019 legislative session is in full swing, with several key bills in the workers’ compensation arena related specifically to the expansion of benefits for safety personnel and emergency responders.
Find out how the Road Repair and Accountability Act of 2017 applies to local transportation projects.
AB 119 was signed into law and requires union representation access to employees during new employee orientation.
California Assembly Bill 1661 was approved by Gov. Jerry Brown in September 2016 and amended the Government Code to require that local agencies provide sexual harassment prevention training to all local agency officials.
The fact that there is a California Trust Act may not be well known. If it’s news to you, AB 4 (Ammiano) was approved by the Governor in October 2013 and it took effect January 1, 2014...
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