THE BASICS and an FAQ

The Cannabis Regulation and Tax Act - the law itself signed June 25, 2019 (PA 101-0027)

Analysis of the law by Holland & Knight for ILACP (May 31, 2019)

7 ways we said we would respond to new law (June 3, 2019)

Frequently Asked Questions by and for Law Enforcement - COMING SOON

MAJOR ISSUES OF CONCERN TO ILLINOIS LAW ENFORCEMENT

  • Enforcement
  • Expungement
  • K-9s
  • "Possession" limitations
  • Traffic Enforcement
  • Workplace policies

    YOUR CONCERNS and QUESTIONS: If you have an issue or question that you want added to this page, please email Ed Wojcicki, Executive Director, and copy Sherrie Phipps, Communications and Member Relations staff member - at [email protected] and [email protected]

TRAINING OFFERED BY ILACP

Lombard, October 3, 2019: ILCMA Professional Development, featuring ILACP President Steven Stelter and Lemont Chief Marc Maton. An ILCMA offering in collaboration with ILACP and the Illinois Municipal League. Also featuring attorney Ben Gehrt of Clark Baird Smith. Details here.

Click here to register.

TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES by other groups

Wheaton, October 30: “Weed in the Parks? What You Need to Know” – presented by attorney Derke Price of Ancel Glink and hosted by the Illinois Park Law Enforcement Association and Illinois Association of Park Districts. Details here. Click here to register.

Naperville, Nov. 13 and 14, 2019. “Impaired Driving Summit” presented by AAA and ITEA. Details here. Click here to register.

MEDIA & NEWS

Police want more DREs; how to look for impaired drivers (Daily Herald, September 7, 2019)

State awards first five recreational marijuana licenses (Tribune, August 29, 2019)

People of color concerned about competing for licenses (Tribune, August 22, 2019)

When can I buy pot and where can I smoke it? A first look (Sun-Times, May 31, 2019)

 

ILACP Vice President Mitchell R. Davis III participated on a Senate Executive Committee panel in the State Capitol on Wednesday, May 15, during a “subject matter hearing” on SB 7, which would legalize recreational marijuana. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ILACP President Stelter joined Smart Approaches to Marijuana-Illinois, Representative Moylan, D-Des Plaines, Teresa Haley, President of the Illinois NAACP and many other community leaders in a press conference, on May 8, to express major concern to the recent proposal to legalize adult use cannabis.