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210 ILCS 45/2-201.6

    (210 ILCS 45/2-201.6)
    Sec. 2-201.6. Criminal History Report.
    (a) The Illinois State Police shall prepare a Criminal History Report when it receives information, through the criminal history background check required pursuant to subsection (d) of Section 6.09 of the Hospital Licensing Act or subsection (c) of Section 2-201.5, or through any other means, that a resident of a facility is an identified offender.
    (b) The Illinois State Police shall complete the Criminal History Report within 10 business days after receiving information under subsection (a) that a resident is an identified offender.
    (c) The Criminal History Report shall include, but not be limited to, the following:
        (1) (Blank).
        (2) (Blank).
        (3) (Blank).
        (3.5) Copies of the identified offender's parole,
mandatory supervised release, or probation orders.
        (4) An interview with the identified offender.
        (5) (Blank).
        (6) A detailed summary of the entire criminal history
of the offender, including arrests, convictions, and the date of the identified offender's last conviction relative to the date of admission to a long-term care facility.
        (7) If the identified offender is a convicted or
registered sex offender, a review of any and all sex offender evaluations conducted on that offender. If there is no sex offender evaluation available, the Illinois State Police shall arrange, through the Department of Public Health, for a sex offender evaluation to be conducted on the identified offender. If the convicted or registered sex offender is under supervision by the Illinois Department of Corrections or a county probation department, the sex offender evaluation shall be arranged by and at the expense of the supervising agency. All evaluations conducted on convicted or registered sex offenders under this Act shall be conducted by sex offender evaluators approved by the Sex Offender Management Board.
    (d) The Illinois State Police shall provide the Criminal History Report to a licensed forensic psychologist. After (i) consideration of the Criminal History Report, (ii) consultation with the facility administrator or the facility medical director, or both, regarding the mental and physical condition of the identified offender, and (iii) reviewing the facility's file on the identified offender, including all incident reports, all information regarding medication and medication compliance, and all information regarding previous discharges or transfers from other facilities, the licensed forensic psychologist shall prepare an Identified Offender Report and Recommendation. The Identified Offender Report and Recommendation shall detail whether and to what extent the identified offender's criminal history necessitates the implementation of security measures within the long-term care facility. If the identified offender is a convicted or registered sex offender or if the Identified Offender Report and Recommendation reveals that the identified offender poses a significant risk of harm to others within the facility, the offender shall be required to have his or her own room within the facility.
    (e) The licensed forensic psychologist shall complete the Identified Offender Report and Recommendation within 14 business days after receiving the Criminal History Report and shall promptly provide the Identified Offender Report and Recommendation to the Illinois State Police, which shall provide the Identified Offender Report and Recommendation to the following:
        (1) The long-term care facility within which the
identified offender resides.
        (2) The Chief of Police of the municipality in which
the facility is located.
        (3) The State of Illinois Long Term Care Ombudsman.
        (4) The Department of Public Health.
    (e-5) The Department of Public Health shall keep a continuing record of all residents determined to be identified offenders as defined in Section 1-114.01 and shall report the number of identified offender residents annually to the General Assembly.
    (f) The facility shall incorporate the Identified Offender Report and Recommendation into the identified offender's care plan created pursuant to 42 CFR 483.20.
    (g) If, based on the Identified Offender Report and Recommendation, a facility determines that it cannot manage the identified offender resident safely within the facility, it shall commence involuntary transfer or discharge proceedings pursuant to Section 3-402.
    (h) Except for willful and wanton misconduct, any person authorized to participate in the development of a Criminal History Report or Identified Offender Report and Recommendation is immune from criminal or civil liability for any acts or omissions as the result of his or her good faith effort to comply with this Section.
(Source: P.A. 102-538, eff. 8-20-21.)