TITLE 20: CORRECTIONS, CRIMINAL JUSTICE, AND LAW ENFORCEMENT
CHAPTER II: DEPARTMENT OF STATE POLICE
PART 1231 FIREARM CONCEALED CARRY ACT PROCEDURES
SECTION 1231.30 INSTRUCTOR APPROVAL REVOCATION
Section 1231.30 Instructor Approval Revocation
a) Revocation or expiration of either the FOID Card or FCCL shall result in the immediate revocation of the Instructor's approval.
b) The Department may revoke an Instructor's approval upon receiving substantiated information that the Instructor is not teaching the curriculum in a manner consistent with Section 75 of the Act.
c) The Department may, without providing prior notice, audit an Instructor's scheduled training for purposes of investigating allegations that an Instructor and/or curriculum is not in compliance with the Act and this Part.
1) To facilitate an adequate audit trail, instructors shall maintain all records to support any training certification as required by Section 75(f) of the Act, which shall include:
A) copies of training certificates currently accepted to satisfy the prior training credit submitted by students; and
B) written training rosters that shall include:
i) instructor's name and CCT number;
ii) curriculum name and CCC number;
iii) student's full legal name;
iv) student's date of birth;
v) student's address;
vi) student's phone number;
vii) total hours attended, broken down to identify hours per topic covered as approved in Section 1231.40;
viii) pass/fail live fire qualification; and
ix) an indication of yes/no on issuance of ISP CCL training certificate, which shall serve as proof of completion of training.
d) Complaints regarding Instructors may be made by contacting the Department (see the Department's website at www.isp.state.il.us).
e) Upon revocation of an Instructor's approval, the Instructor's name and information shall be removed from the registry of approved Instructors maintained by the Department and available on its website.
f) Once an Instructor's approval is revoked and the Department issues a letter of revocation to the Instructor, the Instructor may appeal the revocation to the Director of the Department and present evidence that the factors resulting in the revocation have been resolved. If the Director determines that the revocation of approval was not warranted, or that the issues that resulted in revocation have been remedied, the Instructor's approval shall be reinstated, the Instructor shall be notified and the name of the Instructor shall be restored to the registry of approved Instructors.
(Source: Amended at 38 Ill. Reg. 19282, effective September 12, 2014)