In 2016, Illinois created the Sex Offenses and Sex Offender Registration Task Force.
By statute, the Task Force was given the following mandates:
Public Act 099-0873 is available at https://goo.gl/whvww3
The Task Force shall be an independent Task Force under the Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority for administrative purposes, and shall consist of the following members:
The Sex Offenses and Sex Offender Registration Task Force requests public testimony from people affected by state sex offender law and policy, and researchers, advocates, policy experts, and concerned citizens on how Illinois can improve its sex offender laws and policies.
Public testimony must be germane to the Task Force’s mandate of making recommendations to improve Illinois sex offender laws and policies. Oral testimony must be limited to five minutes per person.
Wednesday, September 20, at 10:00 a.m.
Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority Headquarters
300 West Adams, Suite 200
REGISTER TO TESTIFY
To provide oral testimony on September 20, all speakers must either:
To submit written testimony:
The Task Force also requests written testimony, which can accompany or be provided in lieu of oral testimony.
Please email written testimony to CJA.SORTF@Illinois.gov by Wednesday, September 27.
Sex Off ender Management Policy in the States from The Council of State Governments http://www.csg.org/policy/documents/SOMFinalReport-FINAL.pdf
Sex Offender Registration and Notification in the United States:
Current Case Law and Issues
Department of Justice, Office of Sex Offender Sentencing, Monitoring, Apprehending, Registering and Tracking
Sex Offense Courts: Supporting Victim and Community Safety Through Collaboration
Center for Court Innovation
Center for Sex Offender Management