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Enacted Laws

SB 600: This bill provides that the offense of unlawful use of unmanned aircraft over a correctional center, open air facility,  or mental health hospital shall be punishable by infraction unless the person is using the unmanned aircraft to deliver a weapon (class B felony), facilitate an escape (class C felony), or deliver a controlled substance (class D felony). View the Bill

HB 1963 – This bill provides that the offense of unlawful use of unmanned aircraft over a correctional center, open air facility,  or mental health hospital shall be punishable by infraction unless the person is using the unmanned aircraft to deliver a weapon (class B felony), facilitate an escape (class C felony), or deliver a controlled substance (class D felony). View the Bill

Active Legislation

HB 2809 – Prohibits law enforcement agencies from using a drone or other unmanned aircraft to gather evidence or other information pertaining to criminal conduct except to the extent authorized in a warrant or in the case of certain emergency situations. Prohibits individuals and state agencies from using an unmanned aircraft to conduct surveillance or observation of any individual and privately owned property except to the extent authorized in a warrant. View the Bill

HB 2402 – Changes the laws regarding farm machinery, including unmanned aircraft systems, so that certain individuals and businesses have a right to repair information from certain manufacturers. View the Bill

SB 1086 – Provides that owners of products, including unmanned aircraft systems, purchased or used in Missouri and independent repair providers shall have the right to access diagnostic and repair information of products and purchase service parts, documentation, and tools upon fair and reasonable terms. View the Bill

Previously Introduced Legislation (2021)

HB 975 – Establishes that owners and independent repair providers of farm machinery purchased in Missouri, including unmanned aircraft systems, shall have the right to access the same diagnostic and repair information as the manufacturer makes available to authorized repair providers, and shall have the right to purchase service parts, documentation, and other tools upon fair and reasonable terms. View the Bill

SB 60 – Prohibits a law enforcement agency from receiving certain property, including drones that are armored or weaponized, from a military equipment surplus program operated by the federal government. View the Bill

HB 405 – Prohibits a law enforcement agency from receiving certain property, including drones that are armored or weaponized, from a military equipment surplus program operated by the federal government. View the Bill

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HB 1619 – Prohibits the use of a drone or unmanned aircraft to photograph, film, videotape, create an image, livestream another person or personal property of another person, with exceptions. View the Bill

Previously Introduced Legislation (2020)

HB 1898 – Creates the offenses of unlawful use of unmanned aircraft over a correctional center, unlawful use of unmanned aircraft over an open-air facility, and unlawful use of unmanned aircraft over a mental health hospital. View the Bill

SB 778 – Creates the offense of unlawful use of unmanned aircraft over certain facilities. View the Bill

SB 602 – This bill would create the offenses of unlawful use of unmanned aircraft over a correctional center,  open air facility, or mental health hospital and provide for penalties. View the Bill

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HB 1450 – This bill provides that the offense of unlawful use of unmanned aircraft over a correctional center, open air facility,  or mental health hospital shall be punishable by infraction unless the person is using the unmanned aircraft to deliver a weapon (class B felony), facilitate an escape (class C felony), or deliver a controlled substance (class D felony). View the Bill

SB 523 – This bill provides that the offense of unlawful use of unmanned aircraft over a correctional center, open air facility,  or mental health hospital shall be punishable by infraction unless the person is using the unmanned aircraft to deliver a weapon (class B felony), facilitate an escape (class C felony), or deliver a controlled substance (class D felony). View the Bill

SB 686 – This bill provides that the offense of unlawful use of unmanned aircraft over a correctional center, open air facility,  or mental health hospital shall be punishable by infraction unless the person is using the unmanned aircraft to deliver a weapon (class B felony), facilitate an escape (class C felony), or deliver a controlled substance (class D felony). View the Bill

SB 774 – This bill provides that the offense of unlawful use of unmanned aircraft over a correctional center, open air facility,  or mental health hospital shall be punishable by infraction unless the person is using the unmanned aircraft to deliver a weapon (class B felony), facilitate an escape (class C felony), or deliver a controlled substance (class D felony). View the Bill

SB 617 – This bill provides that the offense of unlawful use of unmanned aircraft over a correctional center, open air facility,  or mental health hospital shall be punishable by infraction unless the person is using the unmanned aircraft to deliver a weapon (class B felony), facilitate an escape (class C felony), or deliver a controlled substance (class D felony). View the Bill

Previously Introduced Legislation (2019)

HB 324 – Creates the offense of unlawful use of unmanned aircraft near a correctional center. View the Bill

SB 194 – Creates the offense of unlawful use of an unmanned aircraft near a correctional center. View the Bill

Previously Introduced Legislation (2015)

HB 370 – Establishes restrictions on the operation of unmanned aircraft. View the Bill

HB 931 – Expands the crime of invasion of privacy to include the use of a drone to photograph, film, videotape, produce, or otherwise create an image of another person without his or her consent. View the Bill