In an effort to lower the incidents of violence against police, representatives are looking at implementing harsher penalties for the crime. A recently filed bill would consider a targeted attack on a law enforcement officer a Class B felony. The bill also would require someone found guilty of such an attack to serve 10 years in prison before being released on parole. A public hearing was held for the bill on Tuesday, with no one speaking in opposition. It’s currently not on the House calendar for further consideration.