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"Director" means the Director of the Illinois State
"Unit of local government" has the meaning ascribed to it
in Section 1 of Article VII of the Illinois Constitution, and
includes both home rule units and units of local government
that are not home rule units.
Carjacking enforcement group; State grants.
carjacking enforcement group that meets the minimum criteria
established in this Section is eligible to receive State
grants to help defray the costs of operation. To be eligible, a
carjacking enforcement group shall:
(1) be established and operated under intergovernmental
contracts written and executed in conformity with the
Intergovernmental Cooperation Act, and involve 2 or more units
of local government;
(2) establish a carjacking enforcement group policy board
composed of an elected official, or his or her designee, and
the chief law enforcement officer, or his or her designee,
from each participating unit of local government to oversee
the operations of the Group and make such reports to the
Illinois State Police as the Illinois State Police may
(3) designate a single appropriate elected official of a
participating unit of local government to act as the financial
officer of the carjacking enforcement group for all
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participating units of local government and to receive funds
for the operation of the Group;
(4) limit its operations to enforcement of Sections 18-3
and 18-4 of the Criminal Code of 2012;
(5) cooperate with the Illinois State Police in order to
assure compliance with this Act and to enable the Illinois
State Police to fulfill its duties under this Act, and supply
the Illinois State Police with all information the Illinois
State Police deems necessary; and
(6) receive funding of at least 50% of the total operating
budget of the carjacking enforcement group from the
participating units of local government.
State grants to carjacking enforcement groups.
The Illinois State Police shall monitor the operations of all
carjacking enforcement group units and determine their
eligibility to receive State grants under this Act. From the
money appropriated annually by the General Assembly for this
purpose, the Director shall determine and certify to the
Comptroller the amount of the grant to be made to each
designated CEG financial officer. The amount of the State
grant to a CEG under this Act may not exceed 50% of the total
operating budget of that CEG.
Illinois State Police coordination.
Illinois State Police shall coordinate the operations of all
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CEG units and may adopt such reasonable rules and conduct
those investigations the Director deems necessary to carry out
its duties under this Act, including the establishment of
forms for reporting by each CEG to the Illinois State Police.
Director to assign functions and duties.
Director may assign the functions and duties created under
this Act to be administered by the Illinois State Police,
Division of Criminal Investigation.
Annual report to the Governor and General
The Director shall report annually, no later than
February 1, to the Governor and the General Assembly on the
operations of the carjacking enforcement groups, including a
breakdown of the appropriation for the current fiscal year
indicating the amount of the State grant each CEG received or
This Act takes effect upon