Synopsis As Introduced Amends the Sexually Violent Persons Commitment Act. Provides that if a person has been committed as a sexually violent person and has not been discharged, the Department of Human Services shall submit a written report to the court (rather than conduct an examination) on his or her mental condition within 6 months after an initial commitment and then at least once every 12 months thereafter. Provides that any examiner conducting an examination of the person shall prepare a written report of the examination no later than 30 days after the date of the examination. Provides that if a detainee or civilly committed sexually violent person escapes, dies, or is subject to any court-ordered change in custody status of the detainee or sexually violent person, the Department of Human Services shall make a reasonable attempt to notify, if he or she can be found, all of the following persons, if applicable, who request notification under the Act or under the Rights of Crime Victims and Witnesses Act: (1) the victim of the act of sexual violence; (2) an adult member of the victim's family, if the victim died as a result of the act of sexual violence; (3) the victim's parent or legal guardian, if the victim is younger than 18 years old; and (4) the Department of Corrections. Effective immediately.