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HIGHER EDUCATION110 ILCS 350/0.01
(110 ILCS 350/) University of Illinois Institutes for Juvenile Research and Developmental Disabilities Act.
(110 ILCS 350/0.01)
(from Ch. 144, par. 2650)
This Act may be cited as the
University of Illinois Institutes for Juvenile Research and Developmental Disabilities Act.
(Source: P.A. 86-1324.)
110 ILCS 350/1
(110 ILCS 350/1)
(from Ch. 144, par. 2651)
The Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois,
hereinafter referred to as the Board of
Trustees, shall establish and operate an Institute for Juvenile Research to
conduct research and provide education, treatment and other services
regarding delinquency, emotional disturbance, mental illness and social
maladjustment of juveniles. The Institute for Juvenile Research may
conduct scientific studies, diagnose and promote the treatment of children
who are delinquent, emotionally disturbed, mentally ill, or socially
maladjusted, or who are in danger of becoming so, and, in pursuit of its
goal, examine records and social studies of such children in the custody or
under the control of the Department of Human Services, hereinafter referred to
the Department, for reasons relating to mental health or developmental
disabilities, or of any court, school, public or private social agency or
parent or guardian as deemed necessary. As
mutually agreed by the Board of Trustees and the Department, the Institute
for Juvenile Research may provide technical assistance to the Department by
developing plans for and monitoring the staff training and education
programs in the child and adolescent facilities of the Department and may
assist in the evaluation of the Department's services to children and
(Source: P.A. 89-507, eff. 7-1-97.)
110 ILCS 350/2
(110 ILCS 350/2)
(from Ch. 144, par. 2652)
The Board of Trustees shall establish and operate an Institute for
the Study of Developmental Disabilities to conduct research and provide
education, treatment and other services regarding developmental disabilities.
The Institute for the Study of Developmental Disabilities may promote and
advance knowledge through research in the causes and treatment of developmental
disabilities, may develop programs to meet the need for staff skilled in the
treatment and care of persons with a developmental disability, and, as mutually
agreed by the Board of Trustees and the Department, may assist in the training
of competent personnel for service in the State Developmental Centers and
elsewhere. In pursuit of its goals, the Institute may examine patient records
in the custody or under the control of the Department.
(Source: P.A. 88-380.)
110 ILCS 350/3
(110 ILCS 350/3)
(from Ch. 144, par. 2653)
The Institute for Juvenile Research and the Institute for the
Study of Developmental Disabilities may:
(a) Assist public and private mental health hospitals and institutions
in Illinois through education, training, counseling, and evaluation services.
(b) Offer programs of education, including short courses of instruction.
(c) Develop and distribute instructional and evaluation materials on
topics which are within the scope of their research programs.
(d) Develop and offer other programs and services consistent with the
general purposes of the Institutes.
(Source: P.A. 86-955.)
110 ILCS 350/4
(110 ILCS 350/4)
(from Ch. 144, par. 2654)
On July 1, 1990, the Department of Mental Health and
Developmental Disabilities and the Department of Central Management
Services shall transfer to the Board of Trustees of the University of
Illinois all real property, including land, parking lots, buildings and
fixtures, heretofore used in the operations of the Institute for Juvenile
Research and the Illinois Institute for Developmental Disabilities. Until
July 1, 1991, the Department of Central Management Services shall maintain
the real property so transferred. The Board of Trustees shall possess,
operate and control the real property and facilities and after June 30,
1991, shall maintain the property. The Board of Trustees may also plan,
construct, purchase, operate, maintain and control such other facilities
and structures as may be necessary to conduct the programs of the Institutes.
On the date the real property is transferred to the control of the Board
of Trustees, the Department of Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities
and the Department of Central Management Services shall convey to the Board
of Trustees all equipment, commodities and other tangible
personal property located on such premises.
(Source: P.A. 86-955.)
110 ILCS 350/5
(110 ILCS 350/5)
(from Ch. 144, par. 2655)
The Board of Trustees and the Department may enter into and
participate in such cooperative agreements as may be necessary or desirable
to supply funds and services, including personnel services, for the
operation of the Institutes and their programs.
(Source: P.A. 86-955.)