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(210 ILCS 135/14.5)
Authorized electronic monitoring of a
(a) A resident shall be permitted to conduct
authorized electronic monitoring of the resident's room
through the use of electronic monitoring devices placed in the
room pursuant to the Authorized Electronic Monitoring in
Community-Integrated Living Arrangements and Developmental Disability Facilities Act.
(b) No person shall:
(1) intentionally retaliate or discriminate against
any resident for consenting to authorized electronic monitoring under the Authorized Electronic Monitoring in Community-Integrated Living Arrangements and Developmental Disability Facilities Act; or
(2) prevent the installation or use of an electronic
monitoring device by a resident who has provided the staff of the community-integrated living arrangement with notice and consent as required in Section 20 of the Authorized Electronic Monitoring in Community-Integrated Living Arrangements and Developmental Disability Facilities Act.
A violation of this subsection is a business offense, punishable by a fine not to exceed $1,000. The State's Attorney of the county in which the community-integrated living arrangement is located, or the Attorney General, shall be notified by the Director of any violations of this subsection.
(Source: P.A. 101-229, eff. 1-1-20