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Illinois Commerce Commission.
(3) Since that date, the Illinois Commerce Commission
has administered the implementation and upgrade of 9-1-1
systems by municipalities and counties.
(b) The Illinois Commerce Commission shall prepare a report
that includes, at a minimum, the following:
(1) an analysis of the current ability of 9-1-1 call
centers to forward or transfer a call to another 9-1-1 call
center and the steps that would be necessary to enable all
9-1-1 call centers to transfer or forward calls to any
other 9-1-1 call center within the State;
(2) an analysis regarding the establishment of a
navigable directory of all local police departments, fire
departments, rescue groups, and other emergency assistance
departments for every county in this State, including the
steps necessary to create and implement this directory; and
(3) recommended legislation for the State-wide
implementation of a 9-1-1 call forwarding feature and the
establishment of a navigable directory of all local police
departments, fire departments, rescue groups, and other
emergency assistance departments for every county in this
State in every 9-1-1 call center. Legislation shall be in
the form of one or more substantive bills drafted by the
Legislative Reference Bureau.
(c) The Illinois Commerce Commission shall prepare its
report in cooperation with
an Illinois chapter of a nationally
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recognized association representing emergency numbers,
Illinois chapter of a nationally recognized association
representing public communications officers, and
chapter of a nationally recognized association representing
state 9-1-1 administrators.
(d) The report shall be presented to the General Assembly
by December 31, 2014.
(e) This Section is repealed on December 31, 2015.
This Act takes effect January