TITLE 89: SOCIAL SERVICES
CHAPTER III: DEPARTMENT OF CHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICES
SUBCHAPTER D: LICENSING ADMINISTRATION
PART 383 LICENSING COMPLIANCE MONITORING, COMPLAINTS AND ENFORCEMENT
SECTION 383.45 PROTECTIVE PLAN
Section 383.45 Protective Plan
a) A written protective plan shall be developed by the licensing representative and/or child protection investigator, and approved by the licensing and/or child protection supervisor, that restricts contact between the licensee or permit holder, a household member, volunteer or employee of the program or facility and children cared for in the program or facility when:
1) a pending formal child protection investigation names the individual as an alleged perpetrator;
2) when a complaint is investigated and/or monitoring visit occurs, the licensing representative shall document any substantiated violation that requires a protective plan to restrict contact between the children in care and the alleged perpetrator to assure the health, safety and best interests of the children while the licensee is provided an opportunity to correct the substantiated violation.
b) Depending upon the severity of the allegations or substantiated violations, a protective plan shall either:
1) prohibit the named individual from having any contact with the children in care; or
2) require that all contact between the named individual and the children in care be supervised by an appropriate adult approved by the Department or supervising agency.
c) A protective plan issued under subsection (a)(3) of this Section shall be reviewed by the licensing representative and supervisor a minimum of one time per week.
(Source: Amended at 42 Ill. Reg. 8197, effective June 1, 2018)