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5 ILCS 825/30

    (5 ILCS 825/30)
    Sec. 30. Attorney General enforcement provisions. In order to ensure compliance with this Act:
    (a) The Attorney General shall have authority to conduct investigations into violations of this Act. The Attorney General may:
        (1) require a law enforcement agency, law enforcement
official, or any other person or entity to file a statement or report in writing under oath or otherwise, as to all information the Attorney General may consider necessary;
        (2) examine under oath any law enforcement official
or any other person alleged to have participated in or with knowledge of the alleged violation; or
        (3) issue subpoenas, obtain records, conduct
hearings, or take any other actions in aid of any investigation. In the event a law enforcement agency, law enforcement official, or other person or entity fails to comply, in whole or in part, with a subpoena or other investigative request issued pursuant to this paragraph, the Attorney General may compel compliance through an action in the circuit court.
    (b) Upon his or her own information or upon the complaint of any person, the Attorney General may maintain an action for declaratory, injunctive or any other equitable relief in the circuit court against any law enforcement agency, law enforcement official, or other person or entity who violates any provision of this Act. These remedies are in addition to, and not in substitution for, other available remedies.
(Source: P.A. 102-234, eff. 8-2-21.)