HB1887: Human trafficking hotline; posting information.


VIRGINIA ACTS OF ASSEMBLY -- CHAPTER
An Act to amend the Code of Virginia by adding sections numbered 4.1-119.1 and 60.2-400.1, relating to posting notice of the human trafficking hotline.
[H 1887]
Approved

 

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Virginia:

1. That the Code of Virginia is amended by adding sections numbered 4.1-119.1 and 60.2-400.1 as follows:

§ 4.1-119.1. Human trafficking hotline; posted notice required.

Within each government store, except for government stores established on a distiller’s licensed premises pursuant to subsection D of § 4.1-119, the Authority shall post notice of the existence of a human trafficking hotline to alert possible witnesses or victims of human trafficking to the availability of a means to report crimes or gain assistance. The notice required by this section shall (i) be posted in a place readily visible and accessible to the public and (ii) meet the requirements specified in subsection C of § 40.1-11.3.

§ 60.2-400.1. Human trafficking hotline; posted notice required.

Within each employment office, the Commission shall post notice of the existence of a human trafficking hotline to alert possible witnesses or victims of human trafficking to the availability of a means to report crimes or gain assistance. The notice required by this section shall (i) be posted in a place readily visible and accessible to the public and (ii) meet the requirements specified in subsection C of § 40.1-11.3.


HOUSE BILL NO. 1887
House Amendments in [ ] -- January 22, 2019
A BILL to amend the Code of Virginia by adding sections numbered 4.1-119.1 and 60.2-400.1, relating to posting notice of the human trafficking hotline.
Patron Prior to Engrossment--Delegate Miyares

Referred to Committee on General Laws

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Virginia:

1. That the Code of Virginia is amended by adding sections numbered 4.1-119.1 and 60.2-400.1 as follows:

§ 4.1-119.1. Human trafficking hotline; posted notice required.

Within each government store, [ except for government stores established on a distiller’s licensed premises pursuant to subsection D of § 4.1-119, ] the Authority shall post notice of the existence of a human trafficking hotline to alert possible witnesses or victims of human trafficking to the availability of a means to report crimes or gain assistance. The notice required by this section shall (i) be posted in a place readily visible and accessible to the public and (ii) meet the requirements specified in subsection C of § 40.1-11.3.

§ 60.2-400.1. Human trafficking hotline; posted notice required.

Within each employment office, the Commission shall post notice of the existence of a human trafficking hotline to alert possible witnesses or victims of human trafficking to the availability of a means to report crimes or gain assistance. The notice required by this section shall (i) be posted in a place readily visible and accessible to the public and (ii) meet the requirements specified in subsection C of § 40.1-11.3.

HOUSE BILL NO. 1887

Offered January 9, 2019
Prefiled January 4, 2019
A BILL to amend the Code of Virginia by adding sections numbered 4.1-119.1 and 60.2-400.1, relating to posting notice of the human trafficking hotline.
Patron-- Miyares

Committee Referral Pending

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of Virginia:

1. That the Code of Virginia is amended by adding sections numbered 4.1-119.1 and 60.2-400.1 as follows:

§ 4.1-119.1. Human trafficking hotline; posted notice required.

Within each government store, the Authority shall post notice of the existence of a human trafficking hotline to alert possible witnesses or victims of human trafficking to the availability of a means to report crimes or gain assistance. The notice required by this section shall (i) be posted in a place readily visible and accessible to the public and (ii) meet the requirements specified in subsection C of § 40.1-11.3.

§ 60.2-400.1. Human trafficking hotline; posted notice required.

Within each employment office, the Commission shall post notice of the existence of a human trafficking hotline to alert possible witnesses or victims of human trafficking to the availability of a means to report crimes or gain assistance. The notice required by this section shall (i) be posted in a place readily visible and accessible to the public and (ii) meet the requirements specified in subsection C of § 40.1-11.3.