The legislature in Alabama has been busy this week as several bills have been moving through the floor.These bills have been addressing school safety, gambling, prisons and more in a race to get them thru before the end of the session.
According to the news, Rep. Allen Farley, of Jefferson and Shelby counties, introduced a bill last monthwhich would allow juvenile probation officers to share certain information with school personnel. This is in order to give schools more safety and to increase the rehabilitation services that will be given to a child.
On Thursday, the HB452 bill sawa second reading in the House. This time, the bill has excluded the information that can be shared with a school. The information excluded are mental health and medical records. It also provide immunity for sharing and receiving the information with the understanding that the shared records are confidential.