Property Rights Law - Law Enforcement Authority

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Date: Tuesday, February 25, 2020
Registration Deadline: Friday, February 21, 2020
Time: 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Instructor Location:
MTU 9 Office-Jerseyville
303 West Exchange
Jerseyville, IL 62052
Instructor: Don Hays, Illinois Prosecutor Services, LLC
Member's Fee: $0
Non-Member & Civilian Fee: $0
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MEETS IL MANDATES:  Civil Rights | Constitutional & Proper Use of Law Enforcement Authority | Law Updates

                This presentation will deal with the current status of Property Rights Law in Illinois with respect to the duty and authority of Law Enforcement Officers in such cases.  The law concerning the legal rights and duties of owners and occupiers of property in Illinois will be identified and the Illinois Forcible Entry and Detainer Act will be analyzed.  The duties and authorities of Illinois Law Enforcement Officers will be identified and discussed with particular attention paid to the explicit and/or implied limits placed upon those duties and authorities by Illinois Statutory and Caselaw concerning entry and enforcement rights by law enforcement Officers with respect to property.  Topics such as Crisis Intervention, Incident De-escalation, and Dispute Resolution will be discussed and recent statutory changes and recently published case law will used to illustrate the status of Illinois law with respect to Property Rights law and Landlord/Tenant Law concerning such topics such as Search and Seizure authority and potential Illinois and Federal Law Enforcement liability.  Examples of topics to be analyzed are: Law Enforcement Duties and Limitations in Foreclosure/Eviction situations; Allegations of Criminal Trespass in Landlord/Tenant situations, Law Enforcement Duties and Limitations of Repossession situations; and Law Enforcement Authority with respect to entry upon or seizure of real or person property.