TITLE 17: CONSERVATION
CHAPTER I: DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
SUBCHAPTER b: FISH AND WILDLIFE
PART 525 NUISANCE WILDLIFE CONTROL PERMITS
SECTION 525.80 REVOCATION AND SUSPENSION OF PERMITS: HEARINGS AND APPEALS
Section 525.80 Revocation and Suspension of Permits: Hearings and Appeals
a) In accordance with Sections 2.38 and 3.36 of the Code, failure to comply with the Nuisance Wildlife Control Permit, Section 2.37 of the Code, federal regulations or this Part shall result in suspension or revocation of the permit. Suspension shall be for a period of not less than one year.
b) Applicants who photograph or otherwise reproduce the qualifying exam for a Class A or Class D permit shall be barred from obtaining a permit for a period of 5 years.
c) Failure to submit an annual report to the Department by the due date shall result in a suspension of up to 60 days pending submission of the report. Failure to submit an annual report to the Department within 61 days after the due date shall result in revocation of the permit for a period of one year from the due date for reporting and require reapplication, including scoring at least 80% on a written examination, for issuance of Class A and Class D permits.
d) Upon receiving three or more complaints about services rendered by a permittee, the Department shall review allegations and shall immediately suspend the permit of that permittee for a period not to exceed 60 days pending an investigation.
e) The procedure by which suspensions and revocations are made, the rights of permittees to notice and hearing, and the procedures governing those hearings are set forth in 17 Ill. Adm. Code 2530.
(Source: Section 525.80 renumbered from Section 525.40 and amended at 41 Ill. Reg. 8476, effective June 28, 2017)