MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- The Wisconsin state Senate plans to vote on a scaled back version of a bill that originally would have required police officers who respond to a domestic abuse call but don't arrest anyone to explain why.
The version up for a vote Tuesday doesn't require that reporting. Instead, it would make the state Department of Administration maintain and provide a system that allows district attorneys to manage and share case-related information.
It would also require the state Department of Justice to make a list of domestic abuse services organizations available to law enforcement agencies.
The Assembly passed the previous version of the bill last year before it got altered in the Senate.
The original bill was introduced in response to a mass shooting at a Brookfield spa in 2012.
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