(325 ILCS 55/2)
(from Ch. 23, par. 2272)
Illinois State Police duties.
Upon entry of a report of a missing
child born in Illinois into the Law Enforcement Agencies Data System,
the Illinois State Police shall notify the Registrar of the disappearance and
shall provide the Registrar with information concerning the identity of the
If the Illinois State Police has reason to believe that a missing child may be
enrolled in an Illinois elementary or secondary school, it shall
notify the last such known school as to the disappearance,
at which time the school shall flag the missing child's record pursuant to
Upon learning of the recovery of a missing child, the Illinois State Police shall
so notify the Registrar.
The Illinois State Police shall by rule determine the manner and form of notices and
information required by this Article.
(Source: P.A. 102-538, eff. 8-20-21.)