TITLE 20: CORRECTIONS, CRIMINAL JUSTICE, AND LAW ENFORCEMENT
CHAPTER II: DEPARTMENT OF STATE POLICE
PART 1220 INTERGOVERNMENTAL DRUG ENFORCEMENT ACT
SECTION 1220.120 DEFINITIONS


 

Section 1220.120 Definitions

 

"Act" The Intergovernmental Drug Laws Enforcement Act, Chapter 56, Sections 1701-1706.

 

"Board" A policy board composed of an elected official, or his designee, and the chief law enforcement officer, or his designee, from each participating unit of local government to oversee the operations of the MEG and make such reports to the Department as the Department may require.

 

"Confidential Source" Any individual, other than law enforcement personnel, who is or whose purpose is to supply intelligence information or services to the MEG Unit, whether paid or not.

 

"Coordinator" That person designated to coordinate MEG activities for the Department of Law Enforcement.

 

"DCI" The Division of Criminal Investigation within the Illinois Department of Law Enforcement.

 

"Department" The Illinois Department of Law Enforcement.

 

"Director" The Director of the Illinois Department of Law Enforcement.

 

"Fiscal Officer" A designated appropriate elected official of a participating unit of local government to act as the financial officer of the particular MEG and person responsible for receiving and expending funds for the operation of the MEG.

 

"MEG Director" That person appointed by a governing board responsible for supervising the day-to-day operations of a particular unit.

 

"Metropolitan Enforcement Group (MEG)" A combination of units of government established through an intergovernmental agreement to enforce the drug laws of this State.

 

"Monitor" That person in the Department of Law Enforcement designated to monitor the MEG Units.

 

"Shall" A term used to indicate a mandatory statement.

 

"Should" A term used in the interpretation of a standard reflecting the commonly acceptable method, yet allowing for the use of effective alternatives when the standard can be shown to be inappropriate.

 

(Source: Amended at 5 Ill. Reg. 6450, effective June 3, 1981)