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(730 ILCS 125/17.6)
Sheriff training related to pregnant prisoners.
(a) The sheriff shall provide training relating to medical and mental health care issues applicable to pregnant prisoners confined in the county jail to:
(1) each correctional officer employed by the sheriff
at the county jail in which female committed persons are confined; and
(2) any other sheriff employee whose duties involve
contact with pregnant prisoners.
(b) The training must include information regarding:
(1) appropriate care for pregnant prisoners; and
(2) the impact on a pregnant prisoner and the
prisoner's unborn child of:
(A) the use of restraints;
(B) placement in administrative segregation; and
(C) invasive searches.
(Source: P.A. 101-652, eff. 7-1-21