The criminal justice reports of Illinois are sustained by the Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority (ICJIA) which is in agreement with the Illinois Criminal Justice Information Act. Of course, these reports are not visible to public but only to criminal justice agencies under the supervision of federal laws and regulations. Whenever a court house requires help of these documents, they are opened and made available. In the present times this criminal recordings are no more a commodity but have become quite a necessity as to curb the mounting rate of crime in the neighborhoods.
The information provided to criminal agencies is under the light of P.A. 82-1039, eff. Jan. 1, 1983. A guide by the name of “Understanding Criminal Background Check Information” has also been published for the convenience of individuals and local agencies. This arrangement has been mainly established so that the Illinois State Police can make background checks whenever needed and extract a response within 24 hours of the initial request. Indulging into these sort of programs have wiped out barriers that used to exist earlier and caused problems for the system as well as the people who were in dire need of the information.
The common name for this guide or program is FEESUB which is circulated throughout the state. A website has also been formed so as to accommodate any uncertainty or disorder. No system is difficult to comprehend but it just requires persistence and support to identify the complexity of the situation. Solutions are always there in front of us, we just have to open our eyes and focus. Having faith in our systems will lessen some of the uncertainties we face everyday that tangle up most of the easiest solutions.