|Summary||Government: No law enforcement agency may use UAS with video/audio recording equipment to collect evidence or information in a criminal investigation without a search warrant. Law enforcement may use UAS without a search warrant for certain emergency purpose such as: locating an escaped prisoner; aiding in a search and rescue mission; preventing imminent harm to a person or the imminent destruction of evidence. Evidence obtained by a drone in violation of the law is not admissible in a criminal proceeding.
Private: May not photograph, record, or otherwise observe another individual in a place where the individual has a reasonable expectation of privacy.
|Law||SB 1892 and SB 196|
|Summary||Government: Law enforcement must use UAS with a search warrant unless it is for training, with consent, or to alleviate immediate danger. Agencies may use them for damage assessment, traffic assessment, flood stage assessment, and wildfire assessment. With a executive order by the governor, a commission to research the use of UAS was established.|
|Tags||Law Enforcement, Agencies, Task Force, Traffic Control|
|Summary||Private: UAS may not be used to hunt, take, kill, wound or shoot at wild animals or wild birds.|