Criminal Justice System, Expunge, Juvenile Record
Erase your juvenile record
This is a resource for people with juvenile records in Illinois. A juvenile record can be a barrier to employment, education, and housing. Luckily, juvenile records can be erased through the expungement process. However, while the majority of juvenile records can be erased, few people know about or take advantage of the opportunity. Expunge.io seeks to clarify juvenile expungement, with the hope of more people getting their records erased!
Chicago Justice Projcet
Criminal Justice Reform, FOI
Chicago Justice Project is dedicated to increasing the transparency of the Chicago Police Board
The Chicago Justice Project (CJP) is an independent, non-profit research organization. We strive to access and analyze data from criminal justice agencies to promote evidence based reforms that will better serve the justice needs of local communities.
Juvenile Justice Information Exchage (JJIE.or)
Juvenile Justice Resource Database
The Juvenile Justice Information Exchange is the only publication covering juvenile justice and related issues nationally on a consistent, daily basis.
The Juvenile Justice Resource Hub is a comprehensive source of information on cutting-edge juvenile justice issues and reform trends. The content of this website is being developed in phases, so check back regularly for new material.
Illinois Sex Offender Registry
Illinois sex Offender Registry
Illinois Compiled Statutes (730 ILCS 152/115 (a) and (b)) mandate that the Illinois State Police ("ISP") establish and maintain a statewide sex Offender Database, accessible on the Internet, identifying persons who have been convicted of certain sex offenses and/or crimes against children and must register as a sex Offender. Persons required to register as sex Offenders are persons who have been charged of an offense listed in Illinois Compiled Statutes 730 ILCS 150/2(B) and 730 ILCS 150/2(C) when such charge results in one of the following: (a) A conviction for the commission of the offense or attempt to commit the offense, (b) A finding of not guilty by reason of insanity of committing the offense or attempting to commit the offense, or (c) A finding not resulting in an acquittal at a hearing for the alleged commission or attempted commission of the offense.