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Jay Nixon's Public Statements on Issue: Crime

Office: Governor (MO), Democratic
Date Title
July 15, 2016 Gov. Nixon Grants Pardons to Eight Offenders
July 13, 2016 Gov. Nixon Signs Legislation to Update Missouri's Use-of-Force Statute, Ban Ticket Quotas and Make It Easier for Rehabilitated Former Offenders to Close Criminal Records
July 11, 2016 Gov. Nixon to Represent Missouri at Memorial Service Honoring Fallen Officers in Dallas on Tuesday
July 10, 2016 Gov. Nixon Will Not Travel to Europe This Week
July 1, 2016 Gov. Nixon Signs Bill to Expand Rights of Crime Victims, Help Colleges Address Issues of Sexual and Domestic Violence
June 6, 2016 Gov. Nixon Signs Seven Bills, Including Legislation to Combat Identity Theft and Protect Victims of Domestic Violence
June 6, 2016 Gov. Nixon Signs Seven Bills, Including Legislation to Combat Identity Theft and Protect Victims of Domestic Violence
May 11, 2016 Gov. Nixon Denies Clemency Petition of Earl M. Forrest
April 20, 2016 Gov. Nixon Announces Statewide Cybersecurity Preparedness Initiative
April 14, 2016 Gov. Nixon Signs Ethics Bill, Calls for Further Action by General Assembly to Restore the Public's Trust
April 11, 2016 Governor Directs State Agencies to Lessen Unnecessary Barriers to Employment by Removing Questions Relating to Criminal History From Initial Employment Applications
Oct. 2, 2015 Gov. Nixon commutes sentence of Kimber Edwards to life in prison without parole
Sept. 28, 2015 Missouri receives $36.7 million federal grant to fund programs that assist crime victims; VOCA funding is four times higher than in recent years
Sept. 14, 2015 Remarks by Gov. Nixon at the Ferguson Commission meeting
Sept. 1, 2015 Gov. Nixon denies clemency petition of Roderick Nunley
Aug. 28, 2015 Statement from Gov. Nixon on Death of Missouri State Highway Patrol Trooper in Line of Duty
Aug. 6, 2015 Gov. Nixon Directs Commission to Enhance Law Enforcement Training Standards
July 23, 2015 Gov. Nixon Statement on State Sen. Paul LeVota
July 14, 2015 Gov. Nixon Denies Clemency Petition of David Zink
July 8, 2015 Gov. Nixon Visits St. Joseph Youth Alliance to Sign Child Safety Legislation
June 24, 2015 Gov. Nixon Signs Bill to Increase Amount that Victims can Receive through Missouri Crime Victims' Compensation Program
June 9, 2015 Gov. Nixon Denies Clemency Petition of Richard Strong
June 4, 2015 Gov. Nixon Vetoes Legislation that Would Lower Wages, Subject Businesses to Civil and Criminal Liability
May 22, 2015 Gov. Nixon Grants Pardons to Five Non-Violent Offenders; Commutes Jeffrey Mizanskey's Sentence to Make Him Eligible for Parole Consideration
May 14, 2015 Flags at Government Buildings in Missouri to be at Half-Staff on May 15 for Peace Officers Memorial Day
April 14, 2015 Gov. Nixon Denies Clemency Petition of Andre Cole
March 19, 2015 Gov. Nixon Names Former Joplin Police Chief Lane Roberts as Missouri Public Safety Director
March 17, 2015 Gov. Nixon denies clemency petition of Cecil L. Clayton
March 12, 2015 Gov. Nixon Travels to St. Louis County Following Shooting of Police Officers
March 6, 2015 Gov. Nixon Addresses Pressing Need for Municipal Court Reform in Remarks to Missouri Bar Meeting
March 4, 2015 Gov. Nixon Issues Statement Regarding Today's Announcement by Department of Justice
Feb. 27, 2015 Gov. Nixon Issues Statement Regarding Shooting Deaths in Texas County
Feb. 11, 2015 Gov. Nixon Announces Col. Ron Replogle will Retire as Superintendent of Missouri State Highway Patrol in May
Dec. 21, 2014 Gov. Nixon Statement on Slaying of NYPD Officers Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos
Dec. 10, 2014 Gov. Nixon Denies Clemency Petition of Paul Goodwin
Dec. 1, 2014 Gov. Nixon Agrees with Alternative Interpretation of Appropriation Authority Offered by Legislative Leaders, Making Special Session Unnecessary
Nov. 27, 2014 Gov. Nixon Thanks State and Local Law Enforcement, Missouri National Guard Members for Working over Thanksgiving Holiday to Keep Lives and Property Safe
Nov. 26, 2014 Statement by Gov. Nixon Regarding Current Situation in Ferguson
Nov. 25, 2014 Transcript of Gov. Nixon's Prepared Remarks during Today's Media Availability
Nov. 25, 2014 Statement by Gov. Nixon Regarding Events in Ferguson Last Night
Nov. 24, 2014 Gov. Nixon's Prepared Remarks During Today's Media Availability with County Executive Dooley, Mayor Slay and DPS Director Isom
Nov. 24, 2014 Gov. Jay Nixon Issues Statement Following Announcement of St. Louis County Grand Jury Decision
Nov. 22, 2014 Coordinated Mental Health Efforts Continuing in St. Louis Area; Multi-Agency Resilience Coalition Has Worked Since August to Help
Nov. 18, 2014 Gov. Nixon Announces Members of the Ferguson Commission
Nov. 17, 2014 Missouri National Guard to Support Law Enforcement Efforts in the Event of Unrest in the St. Louis Region, Gov. Nixon Announces
Nov. 11, 2014 Gov. Nixon Announces Law Enforcement Planning Efforts in Advance of Grand Jury Decision
Sept. 3, 2014 Gov. Nixon Lifts State of Emergency Declared in Response to Violence in Ferguson
Aug. 24, 2014 CNN "State of the Union with Candy Crowley" - Transcript: Ferguson, Missouri Situation
Aug. 21, 2014 Gov. Nixon Orders the Missouri National Guard to Begin Systematically Withdrawing from the City of Ferguson
Aug. 19, 2014 A Message From Gov. Jay Nixon About the Situation in Ferguson
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