92nd General Assembly
Status of SB1097
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   705 ILCS 405/5-615                                                          
   705 ILCS 405/5-715                                                          
   730 ILCS 5/5-6-3          from Ch. 38, par. 1005-6-3                        
   730 ILCS 5/5-6-3.1        from Ch. 38, par. 1005-6-3.1                      

        Amends the Juvenile Court Act of 1987 and  the  Unified  Code  of      
   Corrections.  Provides  that  a  minor  who  is placed on probation or      
   supervision, as a condition of that probation or supervision, with the      
   consent of the superintendent  of the  facility,  may  be required  to      
   attend  an  educational  program  at  a facility other than the school      
   where  the offense was committed if the  minor  was  convicted  of  or      
   placed  on  supervision  for a crime of violence  as  defined  in  the      
   Crime  Victims  Compensation  Act  and  the offense was committed in a      
   school, on the real property comprising a school, or within 1,000 feet      
   of a school.  Effective immediately.                                        
          FISCAL NOTE (State Board of Education)                               
          It is unclear how often courts will make placements under these      
          provisions. If placements occur within a single school district      
          with consent of the superintendent, the bill should have no          
          fiscal impact. Placements within school districts, however,          
          may have a fiscal impact if the district does not make the           
          necessary provisions for the funding generated by the student        
          to follow that student to another educational facility.              
          In addition, SB 1097 is unclear whether minors can be ordered        
          to attend an education facility in a district other than the         
          one where they reside and where the offense occurred. In this        
          case, the bill is silent on whether tuition must be paid to the      
          receiving district. Based on FY 99 data from the Department of       
          Corrections, more than 700 minors were adjudicated for Class X       
          and felony offenses. If only 1 in 10 were sent to facilities         
          outside of the school district, the cost to the receiving dis-       
          tricts could be in excess of $400,000.                               
          STATE MANDATES NOTE (State Board of Education)                       
          Same as SBE fiscal note.                                             
   FEB-22-2001  S  FIRST READING                                                  
   FEB-22-2001  S  REFERRED TO SENATE RULES COMMITTEE       RULES                 
   FEB-28-2001  S       ASSIGNED TO COMMITTEE               JUDICIARY             
   MAR-07-2001  S       DO PASS                             011-000-000   SJUD    
   MAR-07-2001  S  PLACED ON CALENDAR ORDER OF 2ND READING  01-03-08              
   MAR-08-2001  S  SECOND READING                                                 
   MAR-08-2001  S  PLACED ON CALENDAR ORDER OF 3RD READING  01-03-20              
   MAR-20-2001  S  THIRD READING - PASSED                   055-000-000           
   MAR-20-2001  H  ARRIVE IN HOUSE                                                
   MAR-20-2001  H  PLACED CALENDAR ORDER OF FIRST READING                         
   MAR-21-2001  H  HOUSE SPONSOR                            MEYER                 
   MAR-21-2001  H  FIRST READING                                                  
   MAR-21-2001  H  REFERRED TO HOUSE RULES COMMITTEE        RULES                 
   APR-03-2001  H       ASSIGNED TO COMMITTEE               JUD-CRIMINAL          
   APR-26-2001  H  DO PASS/SHORT DEBATE                     011-000-000   HJUB    
   APR-26-2001  H  PLACED CALENDAR 2ND READING-SHORT DEBATE                       
   MAY-02-2001  H                     FISCAL NOTE REQUESTED DAVIS,MONIQUE         
   MAY-02-2001  H  CALENDAR ORDER 2ND READING-SHORT DEBATE                        
   MAY-10-2001  H                         FISCAL NOTE FILED                       
   MAY-10-2001  H  STATE MANDATES FISCAL NOTE FILED                               
   MAY-10-2001  H  SECOND READING-SHORT DEBATE                                    
   MAY-10-2001  H  PLCD CAL ORDER 3RD READING-SHORT DEBATE                        
   MAY-15-2001  H  THIRD READING/SHORT DEBATE/PASSED        114-000-000           
   MAY-15-2001  S  PASSED BOTH HOUSES                                             
   JUN-13-2001  S  SENT TO THE GOVERNOR                                           
   AUG-07-2001  S  GOVERNOR APPROVED                                              
   AUG-07-2001  S                            EFFECTIVE DATE 01-08-07              
   AUG-07-2001  S  PUBLIC ACT.............................. 92-0282               


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