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Implementation and Use of Firearms Restraining Orders Act – CIPTC, Peoria IL
Instructor: Cordelia Coppleson, JD, Asst. Attorney General
May 18, 2021
9am – 11am
Class will meet at:
CIPTC, (MTU #7) ICC Peoria Campus
5407 N. University Poplar P106, Peoria, IL
Enrollment Deadline: May 11, 2021
Course Size: Maximum – 32
This class will cover the Firearms Restraining Order Act. The Firearm Restraining Order (FRO) allows family/household members, and law enforcement to work with courts to temporarily remove guns and prevent the purchase of new guns by individuals who pose a significant risk of harm to themselves or others. The FRO is a civil procedure, not a criminal one.
The goal is to ensure safety of the individual and those around them. This law, enacted January 1st 2019, allows for Illinoisans to use Firearm Restraining Orders to prevent violence in their home and community. It provides family/household members and law enforcement to be proactive in addressing their concerns, by providing them a civil measure to prevent a person who is exhibiting dangerous behavior from legally accessing firearms. This class will review the law, how to obtain an order and how to best utilize this tool for helping people in crisis.
About the Instructor
Cordelia an Assistant Attorney General, assigned to the Criminal Enforcement Division of the Illinois Attorney General’s Office. Cordelia is responsible for curriculum development and training for the Illinois Attorney General’s Elderly Service Officer training throughout the state. Cordelia trains on a wide range of topics for law enforcement and prosecutor training. She is the Law Enforcement Training Project Coordinator for the Sexual Assault Incident Procedure Act. Cordelia is responsible for helping and supporting law enforcement agencies as they implement the law through adopting policies, training and other requirements of the Act. She is available to answer any questions as to law enforcement and their obligations and duties under the law. Cordelia is a committed prosecutor, having spent the majority of her 20 year career as a Cook County State’s Attorney assigned to the criminal division, with extensive experience in investigating, preparing and trying felony cases.
Mobile In-Service Training Team # 7 Illinois Enforcement Training and Standards Board
MTU #7 request for certification of this course has been approved by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board
Meets the following mandatory training criteria: Civil Rights, Constitutional and Proper Use of Law Enforcement Authority and Legal Updates