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(725 ILCS 5/112A-28)
(from Ch. 38, par. 112A-28)
Data maintenance by law enforcement agencies.
(a) All sheriffs shall furnish to the Illinois State Police, daily, in
the form and detail the Illinois State Police requires, copies of any recorded protective orders issued by the court, and any foreign protective orders, including, but not limited to, an order of protection issued by a military judge, filed by
the clerk of the court, and transmitted to the sheriff by the clerk of the
court. Each protective order shall be entered in the Law Enforcement Agencies
Data System on the same day it is issued by the court.
(b) The Illinois State Police shall maintain a complete and systematic
record and index of all valid and recorded protective orders issued or
filed under this Act. The data shall be used to inform all dispatchers
and law enforcement officers at the scene of an alleged incident of abuse or
violation of a protective order of any recorded prior incident of abuse
involving the abused party and the effective dates and terms of any recorded
(c) The data, records and transmittals required under this Section shall
(1) any valid emergency, interim or plenary domestic
violence order of protection, civil no contact or stalking no contact order issued in a civil proceeding; and
(2) any valid ex parte or final protective order
issued in a criminal proceeding or authorized under the laws of another state, tribe, or United States territory.
(Source: P.A. 102-538, eff. 8-20-21; 102-890, eff. 5-19-22; 103-407, eff. 7-28-23.)