(730 ILCS 154/95)
    Sec. 95. Community notification of violent offenders against youth.
    (a) The sheriff of the county, except Cook County, shall disclose to the following the name, address, date of birth, place of employment, school attended, and offense or adjudication of all violent offenders against youth required to register under Section 10 of this Act:
        (1) The boards of institutions of higher education or
    
other appropriate administrative offices of each non-public institution of higher education located in the county where the violent offender against youth is required to register, resides, is employed, or is attending an institution of higher education; and
        (2) School boards of public school districts and the
    
principal or other appropriate administrative officer of each nonpublic school located in the county where the violent offender against youth is required to register or is employed; and
        (3) Child care facilities located in the county where
    
the violent offender against youth is required to register or is employed; and
        (4) Libraries located in the county where the violent
    
offender against youth is required to register or is employed.
    (a-2) The sheriff of Cook County shall disclose to the following the name, address, date of birth, place of employment, school attended, and offense or adjudication of all violent offenders against youth required to register under Section 10 of this Act:
        (1) School boards of public school districts and the
    
principal or other appropriate administrative officer of each nonpublic school located within the region of Cook County, as those public school districts and nonpublic schools are identified in LEADS, other than the City of Chicago, where the violent offender against youth is required to register or is employed; and
        (2) Child care facilities located within the region
    
of Cook County, as those child care facilities are identified in LEADS, other than the City of Chicago, where the violent offender against youth is required to register or is employed; and
        (3) The boards of institutions of higher education or
    
other appropriate administrative offices of each non-public institution of higher education located in the county, other than the City of Chicago, where the violent offender against youth is required to register, resides, is employed, or attending an institution of higher education; and
        (4) Libraries located in the county, other than the
    
City of Chicago, where the violent offender against youth is required to register, resides, is employed, or is attending an institution of higher education.
    (a-3) The Chicago Police Department shall disclose to the following the name, address, date of birth, place of employment, school attended, and offense or adjudication of all violent offenders against youth required to register under Section 10 of this Act:
        (1) School boards of public school districts and the
    
principal or other appropriate administrative officer of each nonpublic school located in the police district where the violent offender against youth is required to register or is employed if the offender is required to register or is employed in the City of Chicago; and
        (2) Child care facilities located in the police
    
district where the violent offender against youth is required to register or is employed if the offender is required to register or is employed in the City of Chicago; and
        (3) The boards of institutions of higher education or
    
other appropriate administrative offices of each non-public institution of higher education located in the police district where the violent offender against youth is required to register, resides, is employed, or attending an institution of higher education in the City of Chicago; and
        (4) Libraries located in the police district where
    
the violent offender against youth is required to register or is employed if the offender is required to register or is employed in the City of Chicago.
    (a-4) The Illinois State Police shall provide a list of violent offenders against youth required to register to the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services.
    (b) The Illinois State Police and any law enforcement agency may disclose, in the Department's or agency's discretion, the following information to any person likely to encounter a violent offender against youth:
        (1) The offender's name, address, and date of birth.
        (2) The offense for which the offender was convicted.
        (3) The offender's photograph or other such
    
information that will help identify the violent offender against youth.
        (4) Offender employment information, to protect
    
public safety.
    (c) The name, address, date of birth, and offense or adjudication for violent offenders against youth required to register under Section 10 of this Act shall be open to inspection by the public as provided in this Section. Every municipal police department shall make available at its headquarters the information on all violent offenders against youth who are required to register in the municipality under this Act. The sheriff shall also make available at his or her headquarters the information on all violent offenders against youth who are required to register under this Act and who live in unincorporated areas of the county. Violent offender against youth information must be made available for public inspection to any person, no later than 72 hours or 3 business days from the date of the request. The request must be made in person, in writing, or by telephone. Availability must include giving the inquirer access to a facility where the information may be copied. A department or sheriff may charge a fee, but the fee may not exceed the actual costs of copying the information. An inquirer must be allowed to copy this information in his or her own handwriting. A department or sheriff must allow access to the information during normal public working hours. The sheriff or a municipal police department may publish the photographs of violent offenders against youth where any victim was 13 years of age or younger and who are required to register in the municipality or county under this Act in a newspaper or magazine of general circulation in the municipality or county or may disseminate the photographs of those violent offenders against youth on the Internet or on television. The law enforcement agency may make available the information on all violent offenders against youth residing within any county.
    (d) The Illinois State Police and any law enforcement agency having jurisdiction may, in the Department's or agency's discretion, place the information specified in subsection (b) on the Internet or in other media.
(Source: P.A. 102-538, eff. 8-20-21.)