ILACP Quick Positions on Current Bills
Latest bills posted in this color


HB 1465 A1 - Neutral
Increases age for rifles to 21 from 18

HB 1467  A1 - Support
Bans bump stocks

HB 1468  A1 - Neutral
Waiting period of 72 hours to buy an assault weapon.

HB 1469 A1 - Neutral
Bans higher-capacity magazines

HB 2254 - Support
SURS Tier 2 age correction for college police to match those in other Tier 2 pension systems

HB 2367 - Oppose
Juvenile record sealing

HB 3142 - Oppose
College applications criminal history disclosure

HB 3185 - Support
Would allow lateral transfers of police officers in State University Civil Service System

HB3377, same as SB 2441 – Support
Child restraint - rear-facing seats for children up to 2 years old

HB 4029 - Support
Cell phone surcharge - law enforcement exemption

HB4113 – Neutral
In a divorce case, addresses principle that recognizes that the involvement of each parent for equal time is presumptively in the children's best interests

HB4191 –

Pets locked in cars, allows citizens to break windows to rescue pets

HB4208 – Oppose
Could eliminate some funding for School Resource Officers;  says too many K-12 students are arrested for minor offenses and enter a “school-to-prison pipeline.” Outrageous.

HB4246 - Neutral
Bans the use of public funds to attend conventions. Exempts public safety.

HB 4247 - Neutral
Bans the use of public funds for sponsorships or booth exhibits and conventions. Exempts public safety.

HB 4248 - Neutral
Combines the two bills above - HB4246 and HB4247. Exempts public safety.

HB4286 – Oppose
Prevents purchase of certain government surplus equipment

HB4296 – Neutral
Lowers neglect age from 14 to 12

HB 4340 – Neutral
Adds reporting establishments to human trafficking

HB 4348 - Support
National database on identifying human remains

HB 4834 - Support
College and university police license plates

HB 4405 - Support
Exemption on drone use for law enforcement at large-scale events

HB 4476 - Neutral
Violators of petty offenses not required to sign citations

HB 4499 - Support

HB 4554 - Support
Makes "wrong-way" driving on interstates an aggravating factor in DUI

HB 4570 - Oppose
Deals with releasing impounded vehicles

HB 4778 - Oppose
Allows first-time juvenile car-jackers alternatives to incarceration

HB 4880 - Support
Bans bump stocks

HB 4586 - Support
Aggravated battery for harming a Dept on Aging Adult Protective Services employee

HB 4594 - Oppose
Court fee reform bill - strongly opposed by ILETSB

HB 4607 - Opposed
Holds grandparents not liable when transporting a child to another state for certain reasons

HB 4608 - Opposed
Class 4 felony for child sex offender to operate a taxi or limo

HB 4778 - Support
Alternative to incarceration for juvenile who hijacks a vehicle (first offense)

HB 4828 - Opposed
Possible reduction of penalty for person serving sentence for ordinance violation

HB 5077 - Neutral
Paperwork regarding minor committed to Dept of Juvenile Justice

HB 5084 - Neutral
Juvenile detention screening

HB 5129 - Support
Increases sentence for person bringing contraband into penal institution by employee using a drone

HB 5267 - Support
Requires law enforcement agencies to submit a police report in response to a request from the AG's Crime Victims Compensation Bureau for the sole purpose of verifying the requirements necessary for a victim to qualify for compensation

HB 5442 - Support
Involves reporting of controlled substances, FOIA exemption for drug task forces, and drug-induced homicide definition

HB 5541 - Neutral
Repeals the Family Assistance Law for Children with Mental Disabilities article of the Developmental Disability and Mental Disability Services Act.

HB 5493 - Support
Fixes some issues in the bail law passed last year

HB 5597 - Support
Defines custodial misconduct by law enforcement

HB 5781 - Opposed
Requires PD to hire social worker


SB 32 - Under review. Working with sponsor.
U visas, requires certification by local law enforcement

SB 880 - Support
License plate reader bill that we supported last year

SB 1291 - Under Review
Would create Lethal Violence Order of Protection Act.

SB 1451 - 
Small cell towers

SB 2226 - Support
Shields physicians and assistants from liability for prescribing epi-pens to ISP and local governments

SB2271 – Neutral
Allows prosecution of a sexual offense to begin within one year after the victim discovers the offense

SB2275 – Oppose
Calls for statewide advisory referendum supporting legalization of marijuana in November 2018

SB2278 – Support
Allows definition of “high-risk missing person” to include veterans in certain cases

SB2317 - Support
Bans sale or use of bump-fire stocks

SB2334 - Neutral

Metal detectors at University of Illinois hospitals

SB 2337 – Support
Requires Lottery scratch-off game to benefit police memorials

SB 2435 - Under Review. Same as SB 1291
Would create Lethal Violence Order of Protection Act

SB2441, same as HB4377 – Support

Child restraint for children under the age of 2

SB 2514 – Support
Tightens up smoking restrictions

SB 2560 - Opposed
Would require publishers to remove some criminal record information

SB 2642 - Support
Retired officer Tan Card Exemption

SB 2647 - Support
Allows use of a manual traffic law enforcement system

SB 2891 - Support
An ISP bill. Extends time limit for prosecuting fraud

SB2918 -- Opposed

Limit overweight permit fees that could go to local government, revokes home rule authority

SB2925Under review.
Training for SROs

SB 2918 - Opposed
Limits fees assessed by local governments on trucks

SB3023 -- Support
Substance abuse deflection programs 

SB 3098 - Opposed
Removes local ability to permit regarding weights of vehicles; moves it to IDOT

SB3197 - Support
Homestead exemption for police and fire with disability 

SB3332 – Neutral
Increases the age for tobacco purchase from 18 to 21

SB3105 -- Opposed
Requires officer to accompany DCFS investigator upon request

SB3415 -- Opposed
Would extend data collection for traffic stops beyond July 1, 2019

SB3547 - Support
Consolidates federal military employment rights and Illinois laws related to active duty military and Guard employment rights. A bill of AG Lisa Madigan.


HR751 – Support
Declares domestic violence a public health priority for the State of Illinois

Members: Send comments or questions to:

Chief Marc Maton, Chair, ILACP Legislative Committee,

John Millner, ILACP Lobbyist,

Ed Wojcicki, ILACP Executive Director,