(105 ILCS 5/22-86)
    (Section scheduled to be repealed on March 15, 2021)
    Sec. 22-86. Make Sexual and Severe Physical Abuse Fully Extinct (Make S.A.F.E.) Task Force.
    (a) The General Assembly finds that the most precious resource in this State is our children. The General Assembly also finds that the protection of children from sexual abuse and exploitation is at the core of the duties and fundamental responsibilities of the General Assembly and is of the utmost importance.
    (b) The Make Sexual and Severe Physical Abuse Fully Extinct (Make S.A.F.E.) Task Force is created to address issues concerning the sexual abuse of students in school-related settings. The Task Force shall consist of all of the following members, who must be appointed no later than 60 days after the effective date of this amendatory Act of the 101st General Assembly:
        (1) One representative appointed by the Speaker of
    
the House of Representatives.
        (2) One representative appointed by the Minority
    
Leader of the House of Representatives.
        (3) One senator appointed by the President of the
    
Senate.
        (4) One senator appointed by the Minority Leader of
    
the Senate.
        (5) One member who represents the Children's
    
Advocacy Centers of Illinois appointed by the State Superintendent of Education.
        (6) The Executive Director of an urban, accredited
    
Children's Advocacy Center appointed by the State Superintendent of Education.
        (7) The Executive Director of a suburban,
    
accredited Children's Advocacy Center appointed by the State Superintendent of Education.
        (8) The Executive Director of a rural, accredited
    
Children's Advocacy Center appointed by the State Superintendent of Education.
        (9) One representative of the State Board of
    
Education appointed by the State Superintendent of Education.
        (10) One member representing a State's Attorney's
    
office appointed by the State Superintendent of Education.
        (11) One member representing a statewide
    
organization that unites the services and resources of rape crisis centers, alleviates the suffering of sexual assault survivors, and helps build communities appointed by the State Superintendent of Education.
        (12) One member representing the Department of
    
State Police appointed by the State Superintendent of Education.
        (13) One member representing the Department of
    
Children and Family Services appointed by the State Superintendent of Education.
        (14) One member representing the Office of the
    
Attorney General appointed by the State Superintendent of Education.
        (15) One member representing a statewide
    
organization representing suburban school districts appointed by the State Superintendent of Education.
        (16) One member representing a statewide
    
professional teachers' organization appointed by the State Superintendent of Education.
        (17) One member representing a different statewide
    
professional teachers' organization appointed by the State Superintendent of Education.
        (18) One member representing a professional
    
teachers' organization in a city having a population of over 500,000 appointed by the State Superintendent of Education.
        (19) One member representing a school district
    
organized under Article 34 appointed by the State Superintendent of Education.
        (20) One member representing the investigating body
    
of a school district organized under Article 34 appointed by the State Superintendent of Education.
        (21) One member representing a statewide organization
    
that represents social workers appointed by the State Superintendent of Education.
        (22) One member representing a charter schools'
    
organization in this State appointed by the State Superintendent of Education.
        (23) One member representing a statewide organization
    
that represents principals appointed by the State Superintendent of Education.
        (24) One member representing a statewide organization
    
that represents superintendents appointed by the State Superintendent of Education.
        (25) One member representing a statewide organization
    
that represents school boards appointed by the State Superintendent of Education.
    (c) The Task Force shall first meet at the call of the State Superintendent of Education, and each subsequent meeting shall be at the call of the Chairperson, who shall be designated by the State Superintendent of Education. The State Board of Education shall provide administrative and other support to the Task Force. Members of the Task Force shall serve without compensation.
    (d) The Task Force shall review the best practices for preventing the sexual abuse of students in a school-related setting or by school-related perpetrators, including school district employees or other students, how to best address that abuse, and the proper support for students who have suffered from that abuse. The review shall examine the best practices at all schools maintaining prekindergarten through grade 12, regardless of whether the school is a public school, nonpublic school, or charter school. On or before September 15, 2020, the Task Force must report the findings of its review to the Governor and the General Assembly, which must, at a minimum, include all of the following topics:
        (1) The best practices for preventing sexual and
    
severe physical abuse in school-related settings or by school-related perpetrators, including, but not limited to, criminal history records checks for school district employees, the employment status of a school employee accused of sexual abuse of a student, and procedural safeguards for personnel who regularly interact with children as part of school or school activities, even if the personnel are not officially employed by a school district.
        (2) The best practices for addressing sexual and
    
severe physical abuse in a school-related setting or by school-related perpetrators, including, but not limited to, the nature and amount of forensic interviews and forensic interview information sharing, school cooperation with multidisciplinary teams under the Children's Advocacy Center Act, and model school policies.
        (3) The best practices for support for students who
    
have suffered sexual or severe physical abuse in a school-related setting or by a school-related perpetrator, including, but not limited to, emotional, psychological, and academic support.
        (4) Any other topic the Task Force deems necessary
    
to advance the safety or well-being of students in relation to sexual and severe physical abuse stemming from a school-related setting or school-related perpetrator.
    The Task Force is dissolved upon submission of the report under this subsection.
    (e) This Section is repealed on March 15, 2021.
(Source: P.A. 101-531, eff. 8-23-19.)