Last updated: 6:52 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2013
Kansas bill would require police to report porn found during investigation of sex crimes
"Law enforcement officials would be required to report pornographic materials found during the investigation of sexual crimes under a bill discussed Tuesday in the Senate Judiciary Committee.
SB 92 could help support evidence of a link between pornography consumption and sexual violence, proponents said.
Recording the presence of pornography found during investigations — at the scene of the crime, in the home or vehicle of a suspect or in possession of a suspect — could provide new insight on the motivation behind sexual crimes, said Phillip Cosby, state director of the American Family Association of Kansas and Missouri."