It is one of the most controversial laws on the Florida books - and tonight a senate panel has approved making small changes to Stand Your Ground. The bipartisan bill is aimed at clarifying the use of deadly force among other measures. Tim Pulliam is live tonight with more on what else the bill would do. 3 It would also add more training to Neighborhood Watch groups here in Florida.The senates Criminal Justice Committee passed the bill across the board.. 3 00-05The bill will add changes to the use of deadly force - based on recommendations from Governor Scott's task force on Citizen Safety and Protection.Thats a measure the Governor used in 2012 to reexamine the highly debated Stand Your Ground, self-defense law after neighborhood watchman, George Zimmerman was acquitted of the high-profile shooting death of Trayvon Martin.The bipartisan bill would: - clarify that a law enforcement agency must fully investigate whether a person claiming self-defense has lawfully used force. It also would no longer preclude lawsuits from third parties who are injured by negligent conduct used in self-defense. -The measure would also require the Department of Law Enforcement to develop a training curriculum for participants in neighborhood crime-watch programs and require local law-enforcement agencies to apply the curriculum when training program participants.Currently many neighborhood watch groups use an online system called "next door" to share issues and monitor their communities. But Jim Robson President of the Murray Hill Preservation Association says training from law enforcement would be empowering.Jim Robson/President of Murray Hill Preservation Association 0:52 I think that would be excellent because I run into people all the time who would like to get involved in a crime watch program but they are a little timid because they don't know what to do. A training program would let them come out and participate without having that hesitation. 3 The house has a similar bill but it hasn't moved forward since last August. So what happens next with the bill?ANSWER: It then goes to the Senates "community affairs" committee and "Rules" committee. That action could happen as early as next week.