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730 ILCS 125/14

    (730 ILCS 125/14) (from Ch. 75, par. 114)
    Sec. 14. At any time, in the opinion of the Warden, the lives or health of the prisoners are endangered or the security of the penal institution is threatened, to such a degree as to render their removal necessary, the Warden may cause an individual prisoner or a group of prisoners to be removed to some suitable place within the county, or to the jail of some convenient county, where they may be confined until they can be safely returned to the place whence they were removed. No prisoner charged with a felony shall be removed by the warden to a Mental Health or Developmental Disabilities facility as defined in the Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities Code, except as specifically authorized by Article 104 or 115 of the Code of Criminal Procedure of 1963, or the Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities Code. Any place to which the prisoners are so removed shall, during their imprisonment there, be deemed, as to such prisoners, a prison of the county in which they were originally confined; but, they shall be under the care, government and direction of the Warden of the jail of the county in which they are confined. When any criminal detainee is transferred to the custody of the Department of Human Services, the warden shall supply the Department of Human Services with all of the legally available information as described in 20 Ill. Adm. Code 701.60(f). When a criminal detainee is delivered to the custody of the Department, the following information must be included with the items delivered:
        (1) the sentence imposed;
        (2) any findings of great bodily harm made by
the court;
        (3) any statement by the court on the basis
for imposing the sentence;
        (4) any presentence reports;
        (5) any sex offender evaluations;
        (6) any substance abuse treatment eligibility
screening and assessment of the criminal detainee by an agent designated by the State to provide assessments for Illinois courts;
        (7) the number of days, if any, which the
criminal detainee has been in custody and for which he or she is entitled to credit against the sentence. Certification of jail credit time shall include any time served in the custody of the Illinois Department of Human Services-Division of Mental Health or Division of Developmental Disabilities, time served in another state or federal jurisdiction, and any time served while on probation or periodic imprisonment;
        (8) State's Attorney's statement of facts,
including the facts and circumstances of the offenses for which the criminal detainee was committed, any other factual information accessible to the State's Attorney prior to the commitment to the Department relative to the criminal detainee's habits, associates, disposition, and reputation or other information that may aid the Department during the custody of the criminal detainee. If the statement is unavailable at the time of delivery, the statement must be transmitted within 10 days after receipt by the clerk of the court;
        (9) any medical or mental health records or
        (10) any victim impact statements;
        (11) name of municipalities where the arrest
of the criminal detainee and the commission of the offense occurred, if the municipality has a population of more than 25,000 persons;
        (12) all additional matters that the court
directs the clerk to transmit;
        (13) a record of the criminal detainee's time
and his or her behavior and conduct while in the custody of the county. Any action on the part of the criminal detainee that might affect his or her security status with the Department, including, but not limited to, an escape attempt, participation in a riot, or a suicide attempt should be included in the record; and
        (14) the mittimus or sentence (judgment)
order that provides the following information:
            (A) the criminal case number, names and
citations of the offenses, judge's name, date of sentence, and, if applicable, whether the sentences are to be served concurrently or consecutively;
            (B) the number of days spent in custody;
            (C) if applicable, the calculation of
pre-trial program sentence credit awarded by the court to the criminal detainee, including, at a minimum, identification of the type of pre-trial program the criminal detainee participated in and the number of eligible days the court finds the criminal detainee spent in the pre-trial program multiplied by the calculation factor of 0.5 for the total court-awarded credit.
(Source: P.A. 99-215, eff. 7-31-15.)