"At a minimum, any person ordered to pretrial home
confinement with or without electronic monitoring must be
provided with open movement spread out over no fewer than
two days per week."
What You Need to Know
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HB3653 Bill Text
To view the exact language of the bill, click the pdf above, the exact language is on page 536 in Sec. 5-8A-4 (A-1) referring to persons on pretrial confinement being allowed free monitored movement.
HB3653 House Vote
Did your legislator vote for this bill? to view the House roll call votes on this bill, click on the above pdf.
HB3653 Senate Vote
Did your legislator vote for this bill? to view the Senate roll call votes on this bill, click on the above pdf.
How Was the Illinois Safe-T Act Passed?
Illinois State Representative Tom Morrison and former State Representative John Cabello join Jeanne Ives to discuss how the Safe-T Act was passed in Illinois
The Real Story Podcast on Gas Prices and Crime
Click on the video to view Jeanne's discussion an response to State's Attorney Jim Glasgow's take on the SAFE-T Act.
The segment starts at 34:30 in the video and runs till the end
Will County States Attorney Jim Glasgow
Click on the video to watch Will County State's Attorney Jim Glasgow (Democrat) gives the cold hard truth on the SAFE-T act and how it will harm Illinois.
Click on the link below to find out who your Illinois State elected officials are and how to contact them.