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(310 ILCS 10/8.10a)
Criminal history record data.
(a) Every Authority organized under the provisions of this Act shall collect the following:
(1) the number of applications submitted for
admission to federally assisted housing;
(2) the number of applications submitted for
admission to federally assisted housing by individuals with a criminal history record, if the Authority is conducting criminal history records checks of applicants or other household members;
(3) the number of applications for admission to
federally assisted housing that were denied on the basis of a criminal history record, if the Authority is conducting criminal history records checks of applicants or other household members;
(4) the number of criminal records assessment
hearings requested by applicants for housing who were denied federally assisted housing on the basis of a criminal history records check; and
(5) the number of denials for federally assisted
housing that were overturned after a criminal records assessment hearing.
(b) The information required in this Section shall be disaggregated by the race, ethnicity, and sex of applicants for housing. This information shall be reported to the Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority and shall be compiled and reported to the General Assembly annually by the Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority. The Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority shall also make this report publicly available, including on its website, without fee.
(Source: P.A. 101-659, eff. 3-23-21.)