Gov. Tom Wolf Signs H.B. 1310 Into Law

Gov. Tom Wolf signed Rep. Maria Donatucci's H.B. 1310 into law Tuesday, May 24, 2016. The law, Act 30 of 2016, is designed to better protect the identity of victims, witnesses and other people placing 911 calls. Under the law, in response to a request under the state’s Right-to-Know Law, a public safety access point is prohibited from releasing the name, telephone number and home address of victims, witnesses or people calling 911. The new law allows people to feel empowered when calling 911, instead of fearing retribution.

Gov. Tom Wolf signed Rep. Maria Donatucci's H.B. 1310 into law Tuesday, May 24, 2016. The law, Act 30 of 2016, better protects the identity of victims, witnesses and other people placing 911 calls. Under the law, in response to a request under the state’s Right-to-Know Law, a public safety access point is prohibited from releasing the name, telephone number and home address of victims, witnesses or people calling 911. The law gives people more confidence when calling 911 that their personal information will be protected, and lets people know they do not need to fear retribution.

Gov. Tom Wolf signed Rep. Maria Donatucci's H.B. 1310 into law Tuesday, May 24, 2016. The law, Act 30 of 2016, better protects the identity of victims, witnesses and other people placing 911 calls. Under the law, in response to a request under the state’s Right-to-Know Law, a public safety access point is prohibited from releasing the name, telephone number and home address of victims, witnesses or people calling 911. The law gives people more confidence when calling 911 that their personal information will be protected, and lets people know they do not need to fear retribution.



Gov. Tom Wolf Signs H.B. 1310 Into Law

Gov. Tom Wolf signed Rep. Maria Donatucci's H.B. 1310 into law Tuesday, May 24, 2016. The law, Act 30 of 2016, better protects the identity of victims, witnesses and other people placing 911 calls. Under the law, in response to a request under the state’s Right-to-Know Law, a public safety access point is prohibited from releasing the name, telephone number and home address of victims, witnesses or people calling 911. The law gives people more confidence when calling 911 that their personal information will be protected, and lets people know they do not need to fear retribution.

Gov. Tom Wolf signed Rep. Maria Donatucci's H.B. 1310 into law Tuesday, May 24, 2016. The law, Act 30 of 2016, better protects the identity of victims, witnesses and other people placing 911 calls. Under the law, in response to a request under the state’s Right-to-Know Law, a public safety access point is prohibited from releasing the name, telephone number and home address of victims, witnesses or people calling 911. The law gives people more confidence when calling 911 that their personal information will be protected, and lets people know they do not need to fear retribution.

Gov. Tom Wolf signed Rep. Maria Donatucci's H.B. 1310 into law Tuesday, May 24, 2016. The law, Act 30 of 2016, better protects the identity of victims, witnesses and other people placing 911 calls. Under the law, in response to a request under the state’s Right-to-Know Law, a public safety access point is prohibited from releasing the name, telephone number and home address of victims, witnesses or people calling 911. The law gives people more confidence when calling 911 that their personal information will be protected, and lets people know they do not need to fear retribution.



Gov. Tom Wolf Signs H.B. 1310 Into Law

Gov. Tom Wolf signed Rep. Maria Donatucci's H.B. 1310 into law Tuesday, May 24, 2016. The law, Act 30 of 2016, better protects the identity of victims, witnesses and other people placing 911 calls. Under the law, in response to a request under the state’s Right-to-Know Law, a public safety access point is prohibited from releasing the name, telephone number and home address of victims, witnesses or people calling 911. The law gives people more confidence when calling 911 that their personal information will be protected, and lets people know they do not need to fear retribution.

Gov. Tom Wolf signed Rep. Maria Donatucci's H.B. 1310 into law Tuesday, May 24, 2016. The law, Act 30 of 2016, better protects the identity of victims, witnesses and other people placing 911 calls. Under the law, in response to a request under the state’s Right-to-Know Law, a public safety access point is prohibited from releasing the name, telephone number and home address of victims, witnesses or people calling 911. The law gives people more confidence when calling 911 that their personal information will be protected, and lets people know they do not need to fear retribution.

Gov. Tom Wolf signed Rep. Maria Donatucci's H.B. 1310 into law Tuesday, May 24, 2016. The law, Act 30 of 2016, better protects the identity of victims, witnesses and other people placing 911 calls. Under the law, in response to a request under the state’s Right-to-Know Law, a public safety access point is prohibited from releasing the name, telephone number and home address of victims, witnesses or people calling 911. The law gives people more confidence when calling 911 that their personal information will be protected, and lets people know they do not need to fear retribution.



Gov. Tom Wolf Signs H.B. 1310 Into Law

Gov. Tom Wolf signed Rep. Maria Donatucci's H.B. 1310 into law Tuesday, May 24, 2016. The law, Act 30 of 2016, better protects the identity of victims, witnesses and other people placing 911 calls. Under the law, in response to a request under the state’s Right-to-Know Law, a public safety access point is prohibited from releasing the name, telephone number and home address of victims, witnesses or people calling 911. The law gives people more confidence when calling 911 that their personal information will be protected, and lets people know they do not need to fear retribution.

Gov. Tom Wolf signed Rep. Maria Donatucci's H.B. 1310 into law Tuesday, May 24, 2016. The law, Act 30 of 2016, better protects the identity of victims, witnesses and other people placing 911 calls. Under the law, in response to a request under the state’s Right-to-Know Law, a public safety access point is prohibited from releasing the name, telephone number and home address of victims, witnesses or people calling 911. The law gives people more confidence when calling 911 that their personal information will be protected, and lets people know they do not need to fear retribution.

Gov. Tom Wolf signed Rep. Maria Donatucci's H.B. 1310 into law Tuesday, May 24, 2016. The law, Act 30 of 2016, better protects the identity of victims, witnesses and other people placing 911 calls. Under the law, in response to a request under the state’s Right-to-Know Law, a public safety access point is prohibited from releasing the name, telephone number and home address of victims, witnesses or people calling 911. The law gives people more confidence when calling 911 that their personal information will be protected, and lets people know they do not need to fear retribution.



Gov. Tom Wolf Signs H.B. 1310 Into Law

Gov. Tom Wolf signed Rep. Maria Donatucci's H.B. 1310 into law Tuesday, May 24, 2016. The law, Act 30 of 2016, better protects the identity of victims, witnesses and other people placing 911 calls. Under the law, in response to a request under the state’s Right-to-Know Law, a public safety access point is prohibited from releasing the name, telephone number and home address of victims, witnesses or people calling 911. The law gives people more confidence when calling 911 that their personal information will be protected, and lets people know they do not need to fear retribution.

Gov. Tom Wolf signed Rep. Maria Donatucci's H.B. 1310 into law Tuesday, May 24, 2016. The law, Act 30 of 2016, better protects the identity of victims, witnesses and other people placing 911 calls. Under the law, in response to a request under the state’s Right-to-Know Law, a public safety access point is prohibited from releasing the name, telephone number and home address of victims, witnesses or people calling 911. The law gives people more confidence when calling 911 that their personal information will be protected, and lets people know they do not need to fear retribution.

Gov. Tom Wolf signed Rep. Maria Donatucci's H.B. 1310 into law Tuesday, May 24, 2016. The law, Act 30 of 2016, better protects the identity of victims, witnesses and other people placing 911 calls. Under the law, in response to a request under the state’s Right-to-Know Law, a public safety access point is prohibited from releasing the name, telephone number and home address of victims, witnesses or people calling 911. The law gives people more confidence when calling 911 that their personal information will be protected, and lets people know they do not need to fear retribution.



Gov. Tom Wolf Signs H.B. 1310 Into Law

Gov. Tom Wolf signed Rep. Maria Donatucci's H.B. 1310 into law Tuesday, May 24, 2016. The law, Act 30 of 2016, better protects the identity of victims, witnesses and other people placing 911 calls. Under the law, in response to a request under the state’s Right-to-Know Law, a public safety access point is prohibited from releasing the name, telephone number and home address of victims, witnesses or people calling 911. The law gives people more confidence when calling 911 that their personal information will be protected, and lets people know they do not need to fear retribution.