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20 ILCS 505/6b

    (20 ILCS 505/6b) (from Ch. 23, par. 5006b)
    Sec. 6b. Case tracking system.
    (1) The Department shall establish and operate a case tracking system which shall be designed to monitor and evaluate family preservation, family reunification and placement services.
    (2) The Department shall establish and operate the case tracking system for the Department clients for whom the Department is providing or paying for such services. The Department shall work with the courts in the development of a cooperative case tracking system.
    (3) The Department shall determine the basic elements and access and provide for records of the case tracking system to not be open to the general public.
    (4) The Department shall use the case tracking system to determine whether any child reported to the Department under Section 3.5 of the Intergovernmental Missing Child Recovery Act of 1984 matches a youth in care and whether that child had been abandoned within the previous 2 months.
(Source: P.A. 100-159, eff. 8-18-17.)