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730 ILCS 190/20

    (730 ILCS 190/20)
    (Text of Section before amendment by P.A. 100-999)
    Sec. 20. Adult Redeploy Illinois.
    (a) Purpose. When offenders are accurately assessed for risk, assets, and needs, it is possible to identify which people should be sent to prison and which people can be effectively supervised in the locality. By providing financial incentives to counties or judicial circuits to create effective local-level evidence-based services, it is possible to reduce crime and recidivism at a lower cost to taxpayers. Based on this model, this Act hereby creates the Adult Redeploy Illinois program for offenders who do not fall under the definition of violent offenders in order to increase public safety and encourage the successful local supervision of eligible offenders and their reintegration into the locality.
    (b) The Adult Redeploy Illinois program shall reallocate State funds to local jurisdictions that successfully establish a process to assess offenders and provide a continuum of locally based sanctions and treatment alternatives for offenders who would be incarcerated in a State facility if those local services and sanctions did not exist. The allotment of funds shall be based on a formula that rewards local jurisdictions for the establishment or expansion of local supervision programs and requires them to pay the amount determined in subsection (e) if incarceration targets as defined in subsection (e) are not met.
    (c) Each county or circuit participating in the Adult Redeploy Illinois program shall create a local plan describing how it will protect public safety and reduce the county or circuit's utilization of incarceration in State facilities or local county jails by the creation or expansion of individualized services or programs.
    (d) Based on the local plan, a county or circuit shall enter into an agreement with the Adult Redeploy Oversight Board described in subsection (e) to reduce the number of commitments to State correctional facilities from that county or circuit, excluding violent offenders. The agreement shall include a pledge from the county or circuit to reduce their commitments by 25% of the level of commitments from the average number of commitments for the past 3 years of eligible non-violent offenders. In return, the county or circuit shall receive, based upon a formula described in subsection (e), funds to redeploy for local programming for offenders who would otherwise be incarcerated such as management and supervision, electronic monitoring, and drug testing. The county or circuit shall also be penalized, as described in subsection (e), for failure to reach the goal of reduced commitments stipulated in the agreement.
    (e) Adult Redeploy Illinois Oversight Board; members; responsibilities.
        (1) The Secretary of Human Services and the
    
Director of Corrections shall within 3 months after the effective date of this Act convene and act as co-chairs of an oversight board to oversee the Adult Redeploy Program. The Board shall include, but not be limited to, designees from the Prisoner Review Board, Office of the Attorney General, Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority, and Sentencing Policy Advisory Council; the Cook County State's Attorney; a State's Attorney selected by the President of the Illinois State's Attorneys Association; the State Appellate Defender; the Cook County Public Defender; a representative of Cook County Adult Probation, a representative of DuPage County Adult Probation; a representative of Sangamon County Adult Probation; and 4 representatives from non-governmental organizations, including service providers.
        (2) The Oversight Board shall within one year
    
after the effective date of this Act:
            (A) Develop a process to solicit
        
applications from and identify jurisdictions to be included in the Adult Redeploy Illinois program.
            (B) Define categories of membership for
        
local entities to participate in the creation and oversight of the local Adult Redeploy Illinois program.
            (C) Develop a formula for the allotment of
        
funds to local jurisdictions for local and community-based services in lieu of commitment to the Department of Corrections and a penalty amount for failure to reach the goal of reduced commitments stipulated in the plans.
            (D) Develop a standard format for the local
        
plan to be submitted by the local entity created in each county or circuit.
            (E) Identify and secure resources
        
sufficient to support the administration and evaluation of Adult Redeploy Illinois.
            (F) Develop a process to support ongoing
        
monitoring and evaluation of Adult Redeploy Illinois.
            (G) Review local plans and proposed
        
agreements and approve the distribution of resources.
            (H) Develop a performance measurement
        
system that includes but is not limited to the following key performance indicators: recidivism, rate of revocations, employment rates, education achievement, successful completion of substance abuse treatment programs, and payment of victim restitution. Each county or circuit shall include the performance measurement system in its local plan and provide data annually to evaluate its success.
            (I) Report annually the results of the
        
performance measurements on a timely basis to the Governor and General Assembly.
(Source: P.A. 96-761, eff. 1-1-10.)
 
    (Text of Section after amendment by P.A. 100-999)
    Sec. 20. Adult Redeploy Illinois.
    (a) Purpose. When offenders are accurately assessed for risk, assets, and needs, it is possible to identify which people should be sent to prison and which people can be effectively supervised in the locality. By providing financial incentives to counties or judicial circuits to create effective local-level evidence-based services, it is possible to reduce crime and recidivism at a lower cost to taxpayers. Based on this model, this Act hereby creates the Adult Redeploy Illinois program for probation-eligible offenders in order to increase public safety and encourage the successful local supervision of eligible offenders and their reintegration into the locality.
    (b) The Adult Redeploy Illinois program shall reallocate State funds to local jurisdictions that successfully establish a process to assess offenders and provide a continuum of locally based sanctions and treatment alternatives for offenders who would be incarcerated in a State facility if those local services and sanctions did not exist. The allotment of funds shall be based on a formula that rewards local jurisdictions for the establishment or expansion of local supervision programs and requires them to pay the amount determined in subsection (e) if incarceration targets as defined in subsection (e) are not met.
    (c) Each county or circuit participating in the Adult Redeploy Illinois program shall create a local plan describing how it will protect public safety and reduce the county or circuit's utilization of incarceration in State facilities or local county jails by the creation or expansion of individualized services or programs.
    (d) Based on the local plan, a county or circuit shall enter into an agreement with the Adult Redeploy Oversight Board described in subsection (e) to reduce the number of commitments of probation-eligible offenders to State correctional facilities from that county or circuit. The agreement shall include a pledge from the county or circuit to reduce their commitments by 25% of the level of commitments from the average number of commitments for the past 3 years of eligible offenders. In return, the county or circuit shall receive, based upon a formula described in subsection (e), funds to redeploy for local programming for offenders who would otherwise be incarcerated such as management and supervision, electronic monitoring, and drug testing. The county or circuit shall also be penalized, as described in subsection (e), for failure to reach the goal of reduced commitments stipulated in the agreement.
    (e) Adult Redeploy Illinois Oversight Board; members; responsibilities.
        (1) The Secretary of Human Services and the
    
Director of Corrections shall within 3 months after the effective date of this Act convene and act as co-chairs of an oversight board to oversee the Adult Redeploy Program. The Board shall include, but not be limited to, designees from the Prisoner Review Board, Office of the Attorney General, Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority, and Sentencing Policy Advisory Council; the Cook County State's Attorney; a State's Attorney selected by the President of the Illinois State's Attorneys Association; the State Appellate Defender; the Cook County Public Defender; a representative of Cook County Adult Probation, a representative of DuPage County Adult Probation; a representative of Sangamon County Adult Probation; and 4 representatives from non-governmental organizations, including service providers.
        (2) The Oversight Board shall within one year
    
after the effective date of this Act:
            (A) Develop a process to solicit
        
applications from and identify jurisdictions to be included in the Adult Redeploy Illinois program.
            (B) Define categories of membership for
        
local entities to participate in the creation and oversight of the local Adult Redeploy Illinois program.
            (C) Develop a formula for the allotment of
        
funds to local jurisdictions for local and community-based services in lieu of commitment to the Department of Corrections and a penalty amount for failure to reach the goal of reduced commitments stipulated in the plans.
            (D) Develop a standard format for the local
        
plan to be submitted by the local entity created in each county or circuit.
            (E) Identify and secure resources
        
sufficient to support the administration and evaluation of Adult Redeploy Illinois.
            (F) Develop a process to support ongoing
        
monitoring and evaluation of Adult Redeploy Illinois.
            (G) Review local plans and proposed
        
agreements and approve the distribution of resources.
            (H) Develop a performance measurement
        
system that includes but is not limited to the following key performance indicators: recidivism, rate of revocations, employment rates, education achievement, successful completion of substance abuse treatment programs, and payment of victim restitution. Each county or circuit shall include the performance measurement system in its local plan and provide data annually to evaluate its success.
            (I) Report annually the results of the
        
performance measurements on a timely basis to the Governor and General Assembly.
(Source: P.A. 100-999, eff. 1-1-19.)