(730 ILCS 5/3-10-8) (from Ch. 38, par. 1003-10-8)
    Sec. 3-10-8. Discipline.)
    (a)(1) Corporal punishment and disciplinary restrictions on diet, medical or sanitary facilities, clothing, bedding or mail are prohibited, as are reductions in the frequency of use of toilets, washbowls and showers.
    (2) Disciplinary restrictions on visitation, work, education or program assignments, the use of toilets, washbowls and showers shall be related as closely as practicable to abuse of such privileges or facilities. This paragraph shall not apply to segregation or isolation of persons for purposes of institutional control.
    (3) No person committed to the Department of Juvenile Justice may be isolated for disciplinary reasons for more than 7 consecutive days nor more than 15 days out of any 30 day period except in cases of violence or attempted violence committed against another person or property when an additional period of isolation for disciplinary reasons is approved by the chief administrative officer. A person who has been isolated for 24 hours or more shall be interviewed daily by his staff counselor or other staff member.
    (b) The Department of Juvenile Justice shall establish rules and regulations governing disciplinary practices, the penalties for violation thereof, and the disciplinary procedure by which such penalties may be imposed. The rules of behavior shall be made known to each committed person, and the discipline shall be suited to the infraction and fairly applied.
    (c) All disciplinary action imposed upon persons in institutions and facilities of the Department of Juvenile Justice shall be consistent with this Section and Department rules and regulations adopted hereunder.
    (d) Disciplinary action imposed under this Section shall be reviewed by the grievance procedure under Section 3-8-8.
    (e) A written report of any infraction for which discipline is imposed shall be filed with the chief administrative officer within 72 hours of the occurrence of the infraction or the discovery of it and such report shall be placed in the file of the institution or facility.
    (f) All institutions and facilities of the Department of Juvenile Justice shall establish, subject to the approval of the Director of Juvenile Justice, procedures for disciplinary cases except those that may involve the imposition of disciplinary isolation; delay in referral to the Parole and Pardon Board or a change in work, education or other program assignment of more than 7 days duration.
    (g) In disciplinary cases which may involve the imposition of disciplinary isolation, delay in referral to the Parole and Pardon Board, or a change in work, education or other program assignment of more than 7 days duration, the Director shall establish disciplinary procedures consistent with the following principles:
        (1) Any person or persons who initiate a disciplinary
    
charge against a person shall not decide the charge. To the extent possible, a person representing the counseling staff of the institution or facility shall participate in deciding the disciplinary case.
        (2) Any committed person charged with a violation of
    
Department rules of behavior shall be given notice of the charge including a statement of the misconduct alleged and of the rules this conduct is alleged to violate.
        (3) Any person charged with a violation of rules is
    
entitled to a hearing on that charge at which time he shall have an opportunity to appear before and address the person or persons deciding the charge.
        (4) The person or persons deciding the charge may
    
also summon to testify any witnesses or other persons with relevant knowledge of the incident. The person charged may be permitted to question any person so summoned.
        (5) If the charge is sustained, the person charged is
    
entitled to a written statement of the decision by the persons deciding the charge which shall include the basis for the decision and the disciplinary action, if any, to be imposed.
        (6) A change in work, education, or other program
    
assignment shall not be used for disciplinary purposes except as provided in paragraph (a) of the Section and then only after review and approval under Section 3-10-3.
(Source: P.A. 94-696, eff. 6-1-06.)