TITLE 20: CORRECTIONS, CRIMINAL JUSTICE, AND LAW ENFORCEMENT
CHAPTER IX: DEPARTMENT OF JUVENILE JUSTICE
SUBCHAPTER d: OPERATIONS
PART 2501 SECURITY
SECTION 2501.110 MOVEMENT OF COMMITTED YOUTH
Section 2501.110 Movement of Committed Youth
a) Handcuffs, security belts and/or leg irons may be used to restrain any committed youth when:
1) A person confined pending investigation or in disciplinary segregation is moved within the facility,
2) A committed youth is transported outside the facility, or
3) Determined by the Chief Administrative Officer to be necessary to security.
b) Committed youth who are transported on writs shall not be permitted visits without the permission of the Chief Administrative Officer and the jurisdiction to which the person is transported. Visits of committed youth hospitalized in the community may be restricted to the immediate family and shall be subject to the general visiting policies of the hospital.
c) A committed youth shall be accompanied by at least one Department employee of the same sex, to the extent possible, while being transported outside a correctional facility, except in cases of an emergency or as otherwise provided in 20 Ill. Adm. Code: Chapter IX. This subsection does not apply to the Aftercare Services Division except when transporting aftercare release violators.