(725 ILCS 210/4.12)
    Sec. 4.12. Best Practices Protocol Committee. The Board shall establish a Best Practices Protocol Committee which shall evaluate and recommend a Best Practices Protocol on specific issues related to the investigation and prosecution of serious criminal offenses. The Best Practices Committee shall review the causes of wrongful convictions and make recommendations to improve and enhance public safety, with due consideration for the rights of the accused. The Best Practices Protocol Committee shall:
        (1) Propose enhanced procedures relevant to the
    
investigation and prosecution of criminal offenses.
        (2) Collaborate with law enforcement partners in the
    
development of enhanced procedures.
        (3) Review public and private sector reports dealing
    
with reduction of wrongful convictions.
        (4) Identify and assess innovations to the criminal
    
justice system.
        (5) Examine scientific studies concerning new
    
procedures.
        (6) Create training programs for prosecutors and
    
police on the best practice protocols developed by the Committee in collaboration with law enforcement.
        (7) Review specific proposals submitted by the
    
General Assembly by way of resolution and report back its findings and recommendations in a timely manner.
(Source: P.A. 98-938, eff. 8-15-14.)