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Legal Information: Illinois

Statutes: Illinois

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Updated: 
June 26, 2020

60/303. Reports by law enforcement officers

(a) Every law enforcement officer investigating an alleged incident of abuse, neglect, or exploitation between family or household members shall make a written police report of any bona fide allegation and the disposition of such investigation. The police report shall include the victim’s statements as to the frequency and severity of prior incidents of abuse, neglect, or exploitation by the same family or household member and the number of prior calls for police assistance to prevent such further abuse, neglect, or exploitation.
(b) Every police report completed pursuant to this Section shall be recorded and compiled as a domestic crime within the meaning of Section
5.1 of the Criminal Identification Act.