TITLE 20: CORRECTIONS, CRIMINAL JUSTICE, AND LAW ENFORCEMENT
CHAPTER I: DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
SUBCHAPTER e: OPERATIONS
PART 504 DISCIPLINE AND GRIEVANCES
SECTION 504.690 ADMINISTRATIVE DETENTION
Section 504.690 Administrative Detention
Administrative detention is a nondisciplinary status of confinement that removes an offender from general population or restricts the individual's access to general population.
a) The Chief Administrative Officer may, with the approval of the Director or Deputy Director, place an offender in administrative detention for up to 90 days.
b) In determining whether to place an offender in administrative detention, the Chief Administrative Officer may consider, among other matters:
1) The seriousness of the offense;
2) The safety and security of the facility or any person;
3) The offender's behavioral and disciplinary history;
4) Reports and recommendations concerning the offender;
5) The interview and any submissions of relevant material and information;
6) Institutional order; and
7) Other legitimate penological interests.
c) The Chief Administrative Officer shall review the record of each offender in administrative detention every 90 days to determine whether continued placement is appropriate.
1) The offender need not be interviewed during these reviews.
2) The Chief Administrative Officer shall document the decision in writing.
d) Living conditions in administrative detention shall meet, at minimum, the standards set forth in Section 504.620.
e) Telephone privileges shall be afforded in accordance with 20 Ill. Adm. Code 525.150.
f) Recreation standards for administrative detention shall be determined by the Chief Administrative Officer and shall afford the opportunity for recreation outside the cell no less than amounts established for other statuses of confinement.
(Source: Section 504.690 renumbered from Section 504.660 and amended at 41 Ill. Reg. 3869, effective April 1, 2017)