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(4) three members of the Senate, appointed by the
Minority Leader of the Senate;
(5) one representative of the Chicago Regional Human
Trafficking Task Force, appointed by the Governor; and
(6) the Director of the Department of State Police, or
his or her designee.
Members of the Human Trafficking Task Force shall serve
The Department of
Children and Family Services shall provide administrative and
other support to the Human Trafficking Task Force.
Duties of Human Trafficking Task Force.
Human Trafficking Task Force shall conduct a study on the human
trafficking problem in this State and shall hold hearings in
(1) developing a State plan to address human
(2) implementing a system for the sharing of human
trafficking data between government agencies in a manner
that ensures that the privacy of victims of human
trafficking is protected and that data collection respects
the privacy of victims of human trafficking;
(3) establishing policies to enable State government
to work with nongovernmental organizations and other
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elements of the private sector to prevent human trafficking
and provide assistance to victims of human trafficking who
are United States citizens or foreign nationals;
(4) evaluating various approaches used by state and
local governments to increase public awareness of human
trafficking, including trafficking of United States
citizens and foreign national victims;
(5) developing methods for protecting the rights of
victims of human trafficking, taking into account the need
to consider the human rights and special needs of women and
(6) evaluating the necessity of treating victims of
human trafficking as crime victims rather than criminals;
(7) developing methods for promoting the safety of
victims of human trafficking.
On or before June 30, 2017, the Human
Trafficking Task Force shall report its findings and
recommendations to the General Assembly, by filing copies of
its report as provided in Section 3.1 of the General Assembly
Organization Act, and to the Governor.
Task force abolished; Act repealed.
Trafficking Task Force is abolished and this Act is repealed on
July 1, 2017.