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Inventory of the California State Senate Public Safety Committee Records
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Series Description

LP373:1-1357

Series 1 Bill Files 1997-2014

Physical Description: 1125 file folders, 4 audiocassettes, 1 videocassette (VHS), 2 videodiscs (DVD)

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically by legislative session, then numerically by bill number.

Access Information

Access to audiovisual material requires the production of use copies.
Certain records in file folders LP373:1069, LP373:1219, and LP373:1318 are restricted under California Government Code, sec 6254(c).

Scope and Content Note

Bill files of the Senate Public Safety Committee may include bill analyses, amendments and resolutions, author's statements, testimony, press releases, newspaper clippings, correspondence, roll calls, records of votes, and committee statements. Of particular interest are those bills relating to drug enforcement, the California Youth Authority, gun control, sex offenders, law enforcement, and privacy, prisons, and prison reform.
1997-1998 SB3-SB2220, SCA30-SCA47, SJR22 (115ff, 1VHS) LP373:1-115
1997-1998 AB4-AB2816, AJR14 (119ff) LP373:116-235
1999-2000 SB6-SB2196, SCA10, SCR93-SCR95, SJR40 (84ff, 2 audiocassettes) LP373:235-319
1999-2000 AB32-AB2849, ACR220-ACR229, AJR12-AJR57, AB30X LP373:319-389 (71ff)
2001-2002 SB8-SB2087, SCA15, SJR16, SB88XX (85ff) LP373:389-473
2001-2002 AB4-AB2905, ACR220-ACR229, AJR12-AJR57, AB30X (70ff, 2 audiocassettes) LP373:474-544
2003-2004 SB3-SB1900, SCA8, SB15X, SB2XXXX (61ff) LP373:544-605
2003-2004 AB2-AB3059, AJR34-AJR64 (65ff) LP373:605-670
2005-2006 SB3-SB1831 (70ff) LP373:670-740
2005-2006 AB22-AB3064, ACR73 (68ff, 2 DVDs) LP373:740-808
2007-2008 SB3-SB1775, SJR 33 (45ff) LP373:1044-1089
2007-2008 AB36-AB3076, ACR7, ACR24 (48ff) LP373:1090-1139
2009-2010 SB5-SB1487, SCA27, SCR40, SJR11-SJR12 (25ff) LP373:1140-1165
2009-2010 AB14-AB2747, ACR140 (27ff) LP373:1165-1192
2011-2012 SB9-SB1569, SCA20, SJR7, SJR10 (33ff) LP373:1193-1226
2011-2012 AB12-AB2676 (41ff) LP373:1227-1268
2013-2014 SB15-SB1461, SCA13, SCR69, SJR1 (48ff) LP373:1269-1317
2013-2014 AB4-AB2724 (40ff) LP373:1317-1357
See Appendix A for LP numbers

Series 2 Hearing Files 1999-2012

Physical Description: 345 audiocassettes, 162 videocassettes, (VHS), 100 audio discs (CD-R), 9 videodiscs (DVD), 4 file folders.

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically by date of hearing and location.

Access Information

Access to audiovisual materials requires the production of use copies.

Scope and Content Note

Hearing files contain video and audio recordings of regular session hearings, interim hearings, informational hearings and some joint committee hearings. Audiovisual materials have been moved to a cold-storage vault for preservation purposes. Hearings are principally focused on specific bills and amendments. The committee often held joint hearings with the Assembly Public Safety Committee. These joint hearings largely focused on various propositions on the ballot and the subsequent effect on the California penal code.
The Hearing Files also include four file folders (LP373:1451-1454) which contain recording logs and/or agendas that accompany some of the hearing materials. Logs and/or agendas are arranged chronologically by legislative session.
For a list of hearing dates and topics, see Appendix A in Additional Series Information. Hearing Files that have a log and/or agenda are noted with an asterisk (*) in Appendix A.

Additional Series Information

LP373:1042-1043

Series 3 Research Files 1999-2005

Physical Description: 2 videocassettes (VHS)

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically by date of production.

Access Information

Access to audiovisual materials requires the production of use copies.

Scope and Content Note

The research files contain one videocassette of Bill Moyers on Addiction from 1999 and one videocassette of a press conference in which Governor Schwarzenegger announced anti-crime legislation on August 16, 2005 for the 2005-2006 legislative session.