Connie C. Rowe

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Status: Alabama State Representative for District 13
Party: Republican
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Birthday: August 15, 1963 59

Contact Information

Known contact information for Connie C. Rowe from Jasper, AL.

Education Information

Known educational history for Connie C. Rowe from Jasper, AL.

  • Bachelor's, Communication, University of Alabama, 2009
  • Graduated, University of Alabama Law Enforcement Academy, 1986
  • AA, Walker College, 1981-1983

Political Information

Known political history for Connie C. Rowe from Jasper, AL.

  • Candidate, Alabama State House of Representatives, District 13, 2018
  • Representative, Alabama State House of Representatives, District 13, 2014-present

Professions Information

Known professional history for Connie C. Rowe from Jasper, AL.

  • Adjunct Instructor, Alabama Peace Officers Standards and Training Commission, 1989-2014
  • Chief of Police, City of Jasper, Alabama, 2011-2014
  • Criminal Investigator, Walker County District Attorney's Office, 1989-2011
  • Law Enforcement Trainer, Alabama Coalition Against Domestic Violence, 1999-2011

Congressional Information

Known congressional history for Connie C. Rowe from Jasper, AL.

  • Former Member, Internal Affairs Committee, Alabama State House of Representatives
  • Former Member, Joint Legislative Committee to Award the Legislative Medal of Honor for Law Enforcement Officers, Alabama State House of Representatives
  • Former Member, Children and Senior Advocacy Committee, Alabama State House of Representatives
  • Former Member, Ways and Means General Fund Committee, Alabama State House of Representatives

Organizations Information

Known organizational history for Connie C. Rowe from Jasper, AL.

  • Police Chief, Jasper County, District 13, 2011-2014
  • Member, LECC Advisory Board, US Attorney's Office Northern District of Alabama, 2013-present
  • Member, Alabama Association of Chiefs of Police, 2011-present
  • Member, International Association of Chiefs of Police, 2011-present
  • Member, Alabama District Attorney's Investigators Association, 1989-2011
  • Member, Alabama State Law Enforcement Domestic Violence Protocol Committee, 2002
  • Member, Alabama State Domestic Violence Model Code Committee, 1999
  • Member, Daybreak Board of Directors, 1990-present
  • Former Member, Jasper Rotary Club
  • Former Member, Jasper Pilot Club
  • Former Member, Jasper Business and Professional Women

Election History

Connie C. Rowe from Jasper, AL has participated in elections listed below in the state of Alabama.

Sponsored Bills

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HB648
Blount County, county commission, chair, appointment of chair by Governor and election countywide commencing at general election in 2022, term, duties, compensation, judge of probate no longer to serve as chair
HB601
Pubic safety, emergency telephone service, procedure for responding to emergency calls by 911 operator, further provided, reasonable alternative method for responding under certain circumstances, required, Sec. 11-98-11 am'd.
HB588
Income taxation, credit to owner, member, partner, shareholder of pass-through entity
HB585
Resisting arrest, to amend punishment to Class A misdemeanor, to provide that resisting arrest with a deadly weapon or dangerous instrument is a Class C felony, Sec. 13A-10-41 am'd.
HB582
Surface Mining Commission, requires commission to meet every two months or as the Governor otherwise requires, Sec. 9-16-73 am'd.
HB553
Real Estate Commission, method for appointing members revised, live virtual online education courses provided, definitions, exemptions from regulation further provided, Secs. 34-27-2, 34-27-6, 34-27-7, 34-27-8, 34-27-32, 34-27-35, 34-27-36 am'd.
HB530
Walker Co., county civil service system, board, compensation of members and chair, Act 200, 1969 Sp. Sess., am'd.
HB519
Driving under the influence, pretrial diversion programs, ignition interlock devices required, provision repealing in July 2023 deleted, Act 2018-517, 2018 Reg. Sess., am'd; Sec. 32-5A-191 am'd.
HB492
Pharmacy benefits managers, practices relating to patient steering, price discrimination, fiduciary duty to client, price disclosure, etc. regulated, Dept of Insurance, duties and authorities revised, Act 2019-457, 2019 Reg. Sess., sections amended and renumbered; Secs. 27-45A-6 to 27-45A-11, inclusive, 27-45A-13 added; Secs. 27-45A-3, 27-45A-4, 27-45A-5 am'd.
HB456
Walker County, judge of probate, required to be an attorney licensed in this state, const. amend.
HB405
Criminal code, offenses against public order, firearms, concealed pistols, concealed carry permit, constitutional carry, pistol permits, Secs. 9-11-304, 13A-11-52, 13A-11-71, 13A-11-73, 13A-11-74 repealed; Secs. 13A-11-7, 13A-11-50, 13A-11-55, 13A-11-61.2, 13A-11-62, 13A-11-75, 13A-11-85, 13A-11-90 am'd.
HB394
Criminal procedure, asset forfeiture for drug offenses provided, Alabama Criminal Forfeiture Process Act, Secs. 20-2-93 repealed
HB392
Joint Legislative Oversight Committee on Obligation Transparency, created, membership, compensation, powers, and duties, provided
HB361
Corrections Dept., inmates being released, application for nondriver identification authorized, Sec. 14-10-1 am'd.
HB344
Tax Assessor or Revenue Commissioner, homestead exemptions, electronic verification at the discretion of tax assessing official, Sec. 40-9-21.1 am'd.
HB334
Competitive bidding, awarding authority allowed to negotiate lowest bidder when all bids exceed available funding, Sec. 39-2-6 am'd.
HB333
Taxation, Victims of Crime and Leniency, Incorporated, exempt from state, county and municipal sales and use taxes
HB332
Motor vehicles, law enforcement, allow for members of law enforcement to have dark tint on their personal vehicles, Sec. 32-5C-2 am'd.
HB321
Time; to adopt Daylight Savings Time statewide if Congress amends Federal law to allow it.
HB302
Lyman Ward Military Academy, appropriation
HB281
Income tax, historic structures, qualified rehabilitation, tax credits extended to 2029, admin. by Historical Commission, Secs. 40-9F-33, 40-9F-36 am'd.
HB274
Board of Cosmetology and Barbering, provide for the licensure and regulation of mobile salons, Sec. 34-7B-30 added; Sec. 34-7B-1 am'd.

HB405
Resisting arrest, to amend punishment to Class A misdemeanor, to provide that resisting arrest with a deadly weapon or dangerous instrument is a Class C felony, Sec. 13A-10-41 am'd.
HB372
Firearms, to define other physical barriers as related to buildings and facilities wherein firearms may not be possessed, Sec. 13A-11-61.2 am'd.
HB349
Competitve bidding, awarding authority allowed to negotiate lowest bidder when all bids exceed available funding, Sec. 39-2-6 am'd.
HB348
Public welfare, Human Resources Department, required to assign certain recipients to participate in employment and training programs, Workforce Development Act
HB342
Corrections Dept., inmates being released, application for nondriver identification authorized, Sec. 14-10-1 am'd.
HB297
Jasper, raise number of seats on the Civil Service Board from three to five, and to provide that each city council district is represented by one seat, Act No. 113, 1965 First Sp. Sess., am'd.
HB275
Appellate procedure in death penalty cases, provide that death penalty appeals cases have priority over all cases, Secs. 12-3-9, 13A-5-53, 13A-5-55, 13A-5-56, 15-18-80, 15-18-82.1 am'd.

HB 564
Blount Co., lodging tax, co. commission authorized to levy, recreational vehicles and campgrounds excluded
HB 380
Pardons and paroles, authorize Governor, with advice and consent of Senate, to fill a vacant seat on the board; further provide for membership of the board, authorize Governor to appoint a Director of Pardons and Paroles and establish responsibilities; set criteria to be used by the board to determine prisoners initial consideration date; set parameters if board deviates and require approval from AG, Secs. 15-22-20, 15-22-21, 15-22-26, 15-22-28, 15-22-36, 15-22-37 am'd.
HB 353
Appellate procedure, certain legislative entities and officers authorized to file amicus briefs in certain proceedings
HB 352
Protect Alabama Small Businesses Act, regulation of franchisers and representatives in effort to prevent fraud, unfair business practices and abuses on franchisees, penalties
HB 303
Vessels, certificate of title, uniform act, requirements, issuance by State Law Enforcement Agency, security agreement, perfection
HB 302
Mandatory Liability Insurance Law, definitions updated, eliminate four-month suspension of registration for second and subsequent violations, allow voluntary surrender of vehicle registration and license plate under certain conditions, Secs. 32-7A-2, 32-7A-5, 32-7A-8, 32-7A-11, 32-7A-12 am'd.
HB 301
Taxation, Victims of Crime and Leniency, Incorporated, exempt from state, county and municipal sales and use taxes
HB 300
Mines and Mining, revise qualification guidelines for coal mine personnel, Secs. 25-9-11, 25-9-12, 25-9-17 am'd.
HB 17
Firearms, pistol permits, provide deadline for sheriff to issue or reinstate an appellant's pistol permit after a successul appeal, Sec. 13A-11-75 am'd.
HB 12
Taxation, sale of land for delinquent taxes, notice, requirements further provided for, address of property to be included, Sec. 40-10-14 am'd.
HB 11
Hospitals, require hospitals to bill an injured person's health insurance and only seek compensation from health insurance unless certain circumstances apply, clarifying hospital lien provisions, Secs. 35-11-370 to 35-11-375, inclusive, am'd.

HB 517
Jasper, automated traffic safety law enforcement, authorized, provide certain procedures to follow, civil violation
HB 490
Interpreters and Transliterators, members of public, with prior written approval of local bd of ed., provide services to public school students in emergency and incidental situations, Sec. 34-16-7 am'd.
HB 466
Jasper, alcoholic beverages, Sunday sales by retail licensees for off-premises consumption, city council authorized to regulate and permit, referendum
HB 330
Teachers' Retirement System, retirees and beneficiaries, one-time lump sum addition to retirement allowances, provided for
HB 308
Walker Co., state lands, sixteenth section lands, and school lands, distrib. to trust account for schools and county board of education, const. amend.
HB 300
Emergency communication services, to require training in telephone CPR and recognition of techniques for cardiac arrest for 911 dispatchers
HB 285
Taxation, Victims of Crime and Leniency, Incorporated, exempt from state, county and municipal sales and use taxes
HB 284
Crimes and offenses, female genital mutilation of female minor, crime created, penalties
HB 254
Emergency responders, certified peer support member, certain communications priviledged
HB 253
Animals, required rabies vaccines for canidae or felidae, further provided for, possession of certain canidae or felidae, possession of certain large felidae or wolves, prohibited under certain conditions, penalties, Sec. 3-8-2 added; Sec. 3-8-1 am'd.
HB 252
Economic development, tax credits for investments in rural growth funds auth., administered by the Dept. of Commerce, Ala. Agribusiness and Rural Jobs Act
HJR 152
World Spay Day, February 27, 2018, recognized
HB 83
Veterans, unemployed, tax credit created for hiring of, regardless of whether veteran was recently deployed, Sec. 40-18-320.1 added; Secs. 40-18-320, 40-18-321, 40-18-322, 40-18-324 am'd.
HR 119
Banks, Edwin, commended

HB593
Walker Co., sheriff authorized to sell certain abandoned, unclaimed, or stolen property and firearms, notice, record keeping requirement, distribution of funds for law enforcement purposes
HB474
Walker Co., sales and use tax, additional, co. commission authorize to levy, distribution, referendum
HB460
Courts, magistrates and clerks of circuit, and district courts, absolute judicial immunity granted under certain conditions
HB458
Blount Co., court reporters, compensation, expiration of salary supplements of the Forty-first Judicial Circuit court reporters, Act 909, 1971 Reg. Sess., and Act 2000-440, 2000 Reg. Sess., repealed
HB296
Traffic citations, super speeders, additional civil penalties imposed, distribution of fees, revocation of driver's license under certain conditions
HB295
Retirement System, Board of Control, Employees' Retirement System of Alabama, membership revised, technical changes made, Sec. 36-27-23 am'd.
HB294
Police powers, Indian tribes, authorized for Poarch Creek, Secs. 36-21-120 to 36-21-124, inclusive, am'd.
HB173
Law enforcement officers, unlawful to pull or draw a firearm or other deadly weapon upon, criminal penalties, Secs. 13A-6-21, 13A-6-23 am'd.
HB172
Animals, required rabies vaccines for canidae or felidae, further provided for, possession of certain canidae or felidae, possession of certain large felidae or wolves, prohibited under certain conditions, penalties, Sec. 3-8-2 added; Sec. 3-8-1 am'd.

HB458
Domestic violence, protection orders, definitions clarified, notice of hearing and service of process requirements clarified, fines and penalties for violations clarified, Sec. 13A-6-139.1 repealed; Secs. 13A-6-130, 13A-6-131, 13A-6-132, 13A-6-134, 13A-6-138, 13A-6-142, 15-10-3, 15-13-190, 15-23-68, 30-5-2, 30-5-3, 30-5-5, 30-5-8 am'd.
HB386
Second degree assault, enhanced penalties for violations against law enforcement officers, firefighters and other specified persons, Sec. 13A-6-21 am'd.
HB292
Fraudulent claims, treble damages for persons filing false claims, civil penalties, Attorney General required to investigate and initiate civil actions, retaliatory action by employers prohibited, limitation of actions, Medicaid False Claims Act
HB291
Consumers and consumer protection, protection of data containing personal information, notification of breach of to Attorney General and consumers required, disposal of records, civil penalty
HB290
Medicaid fraud, crime of further provided for, statutes of limitations revised for certain fraudulent activity, Sec. 22-1-11 am'd.
HB276
Board of Dental Examiners, powers and duties, rulemaking authority clarified, Sec. 34-9-43.2 added
HB261
Sexually transmitted diseases, testing for perpetrators who compelled a victim to engage in sexual activity by force required, testing to be performed within 48 hours, Secs. 15-23-101, 15-23-102 am'd.
HB244
Polygraph Examinations, law enforcement prohibited from requiring from victims of sex offenses
HB226
Board of Dental Scholarship Awards, Alabama Dental Service Program established, funding through Education Trust Fund provided, procedures for awarding loans provided, process for repaying by serving in medically underserved areas provided, Secs. 16-47-76 to 16-47-81, inclusive, am'd.
HB105
Supplemental appropriation, SBI Cost of Evidence Fund to the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2016.
HB56
Fantasy contests, regulation of, consumer protection measures by operators required, audits, civil penalties

HB458
Domestic violence, protection orders, definitions clarified, notice of hearing and service of process requirements clarified, fines and penalties for violations clarified, Sec. 13A-6-139.1 repealed; Secs. 13A-6-130, 13A-6-131, 13A-6-132, 13A-6-134, 13A-6-138, 13A-6-142, 15-10-3, 15-13-190, 15-23-68, 30-5-2, 30-5-3, 30-5-5, 30-5-8 am'd.
HB386
Second degree assault, enhanced penalties for violations against law enforcement officers, firefighters and other specified persons, Sec. 13A-6-21 am'd.
HB292
Fraudulent claims, treble damages for persons filing false claims, civil penalties, Attorney General required to investigate and initiate civil actions, retaliatory action by employers prohibited, limitation of actions, Medicaid False Claims Act
HB291
Consumers and consumer protection, protection of data containing personal information, notification of breach of to Attorney General and consumers required, disposal of records, civil penalty
HB290
Medicaid fraud, crime of further provided for, statutes of limitations revised for certain fraudulent activity, Sec. 22-1-11 am'd.
HB276
Board of Dental Examiners, powers and duties, rulemaking authority clarified, Sec. 34-9-43.2 added
HB261
Sexually transmitted diseases, testing for perpetrators who compelled a victim to engage in sexual activity by force required, testing to be performed within 48 hours, Secs. 15-23-101, 15-23-102 am'd.
HB244
Polygraph Examinations, law enforcement prohibited from requiring from victims of sex offenses
HB226
Board of Dental Scholarship Awards, Alabama Dental Service Program established, funding through Education Trust Fund provided, procedures for awarding loans provided, process for repaying by serving in medically underserved areas provided, Secs. 16-47-76 to 16-47-81, inclusive, am'd.
HB105
Supplemental appropriation, SBI Cost of Evidence Fund to the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency for the fiscal year ending September 30, 2016.
HB56
Fantasy contests, regulation of, consumer protection measures by operators required, audits, civil penalties

HB678
Crime victims, sex offenses, law enforcement and prosecution prohibited from requiring polygraph as a condition to prosecution
HB665
Walker Co., City of Jasper, Civil Service System, civil service board, compensation, further provided for, Act 113, 1965 First Special Session, am'd.
HB653
Law enforcement officers, training required for newly appointed chiefs of police, and annual training required for all law enforcement officers, Sec. 36-21-51 am'd.
HB620
Jasper, establishment of entertainment districts for alcoholic beverage sales
HB619
Municipal courts, imposition of sentence of imprisonment not to exceed one year, authorized, Sec. 11-45-9 am'd.
HB375
Law enforcement officers, subsistence allowance, extended to law enforcement officers transferred to Alabama State Law Enforcement Agency, Sec. 36-21-2 am'd.
HB374
Sex crimes, sexual misconduct, lack of consent required, crimes of rape in the 3rd degree, sodomy in the 3rd degree and sexual abuse in 3rd degree created to address circumstances where both parties are below age of consent, Secs. 13A-6-65, 13A-6-70, 15-20A-5, 15-20A-6 am'd.
HB65
Peace Officers' Annuity and Benefit Fund, calculation of benefits, manner of, fees adjusted per recommendation of actuary, Secs. 36-21-68, 36-21-73 am'd.

HB10
Cigarettes, tax increased, discount on tobacco tax stamps lowered, Indian tribal refunds, further provided for, tax on vapor products, distrib. for Medicaid, Sec. 40-25-2.2 added; Secs. 40-23-1, 40-23-35, 40-25-2, 40-25-5 am'd.

HB4
Jasper, civil service board, compensation, further provided for, Act 113, 1965 First Special Session, am'd.
HB3
Cigarettes, tax increased, discount on tobacco tax stamps lowered, Indian tribal refunds, further provided for, tax on vapor products, distrib. for Medicaid, Sec. 40-25-2.2 added; Secs. 40-23-1, 40-23-35, 40-25-2, 40-25-5 am'd.

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