Representatives Van Winkle and Singer introduced House Bill 19-1235 concerning dispatch radio communications by governmental entities. The bill requires state, city, city and county, and special district governments (governental entities) to broadcast dispatch radio communication without encryption so that communications may be monitored by commercially available radio receivers and scanners or online. However, a governmental entity may encrypt tactical or investigative radio communication to preserve the integrity of an operation, protect the safety of law enforcement and emergency responders, or prevent destruction of property. The bill does not restrict encryption for the radio communications of the Department of Corrections or the Division of Youth Services. The sponsors also talked about amendments L.001 (Attachment A), L.002 (Attachment B), and L.003 (Attachment C).