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20 ILCS 1015/1d

    (20 ILCS 1015/1d) (from Ch. 48, par. 177)
    Sec. 1d. The Department of Employment Security, through the several free employment offices, in cooperation with the Department of Corrections, shall seek to provide proper employment opportunities for discharged convicts or prisoners, and shall assist such discharged prisoners to retain suitable employment for such reasonable time as will afford such prisoners an opportunity to become self-reliant. In no instance shall there be any misrepresentation as to the records of persons for whom employment is sought, under the provisions of this Section.
    The Department of Employment Security through the several free employment offices shall also co-operate with the Department of Corrections to secure suitable employment for paroled convicts or prisoners and to help them retain such employment during the period of their parole and for such reasonable time thereafter as shall afford such convicts or prisoners an opportunity to become self-reliant.
(Source: P.A. 97-136, eff. 7-14-11.)