The state attorney general said the reforms, including additional training, search warrant tracking and other safety measures could serve as "a national model."
Taylor was shot and killed in her apartment by Louisville police last March. "I can't believe it's a year later and we're still just asking people to do the right thing," her mother said recently.
Detective Joshua Jaynes, who secured the search warrant for Taylor's apartment, and Detective Myles Cosgrove, who federal investigators said fired the shot that killed her, have been terminated.
Taylor's family lawyers are calling for a special prosecutor to reopen the case. But Attorney General Daniel Cameron says, given its importance, he was best equipped to handle the investigation.