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State's Attorneys, the Illinois Department of Corrections and
the judicial branch.
The task force further aims to
acknowledge that employees who work for the Illinois
Department of Corrections and other members of law enforcement
may be affected by the reduction of the prison population.
This task force shall also consider ways to train and refocus
the workforce in communities where many jobs are with the
Illinois Department of Corrections and law enforcement.
Task Force Members.
(a) The Resentencing Task Force shall consist of the
(1) a member of the House of Representatives appointed
by the Speaker of
(2) a member of the House of Representatives appointed
by the Minority
Leader of the House;
(3) a member of the Senate appointed by the President
of the Senate;
(4) a member of the Senate appointed by the Minority
Leader of the Senate;
(5) a member appointed by a statewide agency that
Attorneys and is elected to a county of
under one million people or his or her
(6) a member appointed by a statewide agency that
(7) a member appointed by the Office of the State
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(8) a member appointed by an organization that
advocates for victims' rights;
(9) a member appointed by an organization that
advocates for sentencing
(10) a member appointed by an organization
representing the interests of
members of a labor union;
(11) a member appointed by the Illinois Sentencing
Policy Advisory Council; and
(12) a retired judge appointed by the Governor.
(b) The task force shall meet no less than 4 times and
shall provide recommendations for legislation to the General
Assembly and the Governor's Office on or before January 1,
(c) The members of the task force shall serve without
(d) The Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority
shall provide administrative and technical support for the
task force and are responsible for appointing a chairperson
and ensuring the requirements of the task force are met.
This Act takes effect upon