(750 ILCS 62/50)
    Sec. 50. Membership of regional domestic violence fatality review teams. Each regional review team shall, at a minimum, include the following members from within the boundaries of the judicial circuit:
    (1) a State's Attorney or Assistant State's Attorney;
    (2) a public defender or other criminal defense lawyer;
    (3) a coroner or medical examiner;
    (4) a Sheriff, Deputy Sheriff, Chief of Police, or other law enforcement officer with experience in domestic violence cases;
    (5) a social service provider whose significant role is to provide services to survivors of domestic violence;
    (6) a social service provider who has significant experience working with domestic violence offenders, if available in the region;
    (7) a civil legal services lawyer or pro bono lawyer connected with a civil legal services program; and
    (8) at least 2 of the following members: a public health official; a physician licensed by the State who specializes in emergency medicine; an advanced practice registered nurse; a licensed mental health professional such as a psychiatrist, clinical psychologist, licensed clinical professional counselor, or licensed clinical social worker; a circuit judge or associate judge; a clerk of the circuit court or other elected or appointed court official; an administrative law judge; an emergency medical technician, paramedic, or other first responder; a local or regional elected official or State legislator; a representative from the private business sector; a member of the clergy or other representative of the faith community; a public housing authority administrator or manager; an alcohol and substance abuse treatment professional; a probation or parole officer; a child welfare administrator, caseworker, or investigator; a public school administrator, teacher, or school support staff person licensed and endorsed by the Illinois State Board of Education; a representative of a State university or community college; a social science researcher or data analyst; a survivor or a family member or friend of a survivor or victim; a supervised child visitation or child exchange staff person; or a member of the public at-large who has the education, training, or experience to carry out the purposes of the regional review team.
(Source: P.A. 102-520, eff. 8-20-21.)