SAVANNAH, GA (WTOC) - Georgia Governor Brian Kemp was at the Savannah Convention Center this weekend to hold a bill signing ceremony.
The governor signed multiple bills aimed at strengthening public safety, including:
House Bill 91, which will allow the Federal Bureau of Investigation to retain fingerprints when an agency or entity is participating in the Georgia Bureau of Investigation's program.
House Bill 470 will affect the analysis and collection of DNA for individuals charged with a felony offense but sentenced as a first offender or under conditional discharge.
Senate Bill 6 prohibits the use of unmanned aircraft systems to deliver or attempt to deliver contraband to a place of incarceration.
For more information on the bills signed, please click on the corresponding link: