4 hr. (am) Juvenile Law Analysis & Expungement Update-DL only
Members' Fee: $0
Sworn Non-Members' Fee: $50
Non-Members' Fee: $50
-Distant Learning Only-
Officers can attend the training from their Home Department
Computer with camera is preferred.
COURSE CONTENT: This presentation will feature an analysis of the most recent changes Illinois Juvenile Justice Law concerning the Expungement and/or sealing of documents pertaining to Juveniles in the possession of Law Enforcement Agencies.
Included will be an overview of the current Illinois Juvenile Court Act with respect to Arrests, Interrogations, Chargeable Offenses, Sentencing and Maintenance of Records concerning Juveniles. The latest legislative amendments concerning Juvenile Justice will be listed and analyzed.
Topics will also include changes in adult prosecutions for minors; sex offender registration changes for minors; and changes in the age requirements for minors to be treated as juveniles.
Additionally, the latest case law concerning Juvenile Justice will be listed and analyzed.
Instructor: Donald L. Hays, Illinois Prosecutor Services. For 30 years, Mr. Hays was the Senior Counsel for the Office of the Appellate Prosecutor. As Senior Counsel, he was in charge of the Continuing Legal Education programs for that office. For the past 25 years, Mr. Hays has trained prosecutors and law enforcement officers for the Office of the Appellate Prosecutor and for various Mobile Team Units in Illinois. Since retiring from state employment in 2009, Mr. Hays has authored the Illinois Criminal Offense Guide; the Juvenile Justice Case Digest; the Juvenile Justice Quarterly, and numerous other publications.
All registrations are received on the MTU#1 website. If you are registering for a distant learning class, you must access the registration via the training calendar. The calendar view will allow you to first select which classroom the officer(s) are attending. Find Registration instructions here
THIS IS NOT A PUBLIC MEETING