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Arlington Heights Daily Herald (Newspaper) - February 25, 1999, Arlington Heights, Illinois Daily Herald thursday february 25,1999 suburbs Section i Page 5 shedding Light on Young offenders records new Law to allow More Access to criminal history of juveniles by Tony Gordon daily Herald staff writer when a juvenile is arrested he or she comes into the system As a virtual Newborn. Locked out of the juveniles history because of a Hodgepodge of restrictions on information concerning juvenile crime Illinois police and court officials have no background data on the juvenile criminals a information they can normally count on for adult suspects. The problem also makes it Tough for authorities to track the growth and patterns of juvenile crimes Over the years. That All changes next year. The juvenile Justice Reform act of 1999 mandates creation of a statewide database on juvenile crime and criminals based on information that will be sent by local police states attorneys and circuit court clerks. A your goal was to loosen up the confidentiality so that everyone is not working in a vacuum a said Gary Duerkoop the chief of juvenile prosecutions in Dupage county and one of the authors of the act. He talked about the Law to More than 250 Law enforcement proles Man Given jail time for two duis by Steve Warmbir daily Herald Legal affairs writer a Schaumburg Man with a history of driving drunk was sentenced to 3v2 years in prison wednesday for his two latest oui convictions. Donald g. Van Arsdale 40, of 2370 discovery drive has pleaded guilty to two felony charges of aggravated driving under the influence. Van Arsdale was charged with driving drunk in Streamwood in december 1998 while he was out on Bond for driving drunk in Hoffman estates in april. A i pose a great danger a Van Arsdale told Cook county circuit court judge John Scotillo. Van Arsdale who had at least four prior do convictions vowed to the judge that it would never happen again. He plans to seek counselling he said. The judge said he realized Van Arsdale suffered from the disease of alcoholism. A ifs the driving part where you then inflict yourself upon society a Scotillo Saia. A rehabilitation has to take a Back seat to punishment. A because of so Manv prior convictions the judge said. Prosecutors and Van Arsdale a defense attorney Dominick Dimaggio disagreed about How Many prior duis Van Arsdale received while he was living out of state. Prosecutors say five the defense says four. What is Clear is that on april 17, 1998, Van Arsdale was pulled Over on Higgins Road East of Barrington Road in Hoffman estates after police noticed he was crossing the Center line. Van Arsdale smelled of alcohol and failed Field sobriety tests authorities said. On dec. 30, 1998, Van Arsdale was pulled Over again this time at Golf and Bartlett roads in Streamwood for crossing the outer Lane marking. Police reported Van Arsdale failed Field sobriety tests again. At both arrests. Van Arsdale had alcohol open in the car and refused a breathalyzer test prosecutors area code delayed yet again the introduction of a new area code 224, to the 847 Region has been pushed off yet again. The latest projection is that 847 will run out of new numbers at the end of 1999. The Date continues to be delayed As phone companies begin to follow Illinois Commerce commission orders to do a better Job of conserving numbers said Seamus Glynn associate director of citizens Utility Board. At a meeting wednesday telecommunications officials settled on a technical solution to pooling phone numbers which could further delay the need for an a a overlay area code in the 847 Region. Signals and Community leaders wednesday in Grayslake. The Law will give police officers on the Street court staff and social service agencies a an idea who they Are dealing with when a kid comes into the system a he said. Much like the system for adult crimes police will Send information including fingerprints about any juvenile arrested for a felony to the state police. States attorneys will have to report juvenile delinquency petitions and circuit clerks must follow up with reports about what happened to those cases in court. The information will be available to police courts and juvenile counselling and service agencies Duerkoop said. A up until now we have been relying on self reporting by offenders a he said. The new system will give instant Access to the people who need to know he said. The Law also allows for More cooperation Between Law enforcement and schools and social service agencies. Court officials will be Able to get school records of juvenile offenders without As much red tape and agencies such As the Illinois de Young criminals the number of minors convicted of crimes is rising according to the Illinois criminal Justice authority. The numbers Are the Only real Way to track juvenile crime in Illinois until a new Law takes effect next year. Number of minors sent to prison after conviction in juvenile court 1993 1,426 1994 1,700 1995 1,719 1996 2,205 1997 2,584 number sent to prison after conviction in adult court 1993 99 1994 117 1995 133 1996 140 1997 137 source Illinois criminal Justice authority. Apartment of Public Aid will be Able to update police on an individuals current address. A the Law allows All agencies to share information with a pledge not to disseminate it further a Duerkoop said. The new Law took effect this year but the information gathering wont take effect until Jan. I 2000. The changes Are consistent with a change in the underlying philosophy of juvenile Law he said. In the past police and courts have been guided by a goal of whatever is in a the Best interests of the the new Law declares a three pronged goal of protecting the Public making offenders accountable and equipping offenders with social skills needed to be productive citizens. A the new statute provides a More holistic approach a Lake county Public defender David Brodsly said. A it recognizes that kids Are different from to that end. The Law allows for creation of county juvenile Justice councils to assess the local juvenile system and make recommendations for improvements. It is a concept Lake county states attorney Michael Waller has already embraced and he Hopes to have something in place by May. Another innovation in the Law allows felony offenders to be sentenced As both juveniles and adults. The juvenile sentence is followed unless the youth violates probation by committing another crime. It can be used for youth eligible for adult prosecution who prosecutors believe deserve one last Chance Duerkoop space in the largest mall in Hoffman estates newly remodeler with Over 260,000 . Will Divide great location in the heart of the booming Northwest suburban corridor on Higgins re. Just i /4 mile from the Nav tollway 1-90 on off ramp. Current tenants a menards Poplar Creek bowl classic Cinema 6 screen theater Baskin Robbins Garibaldi a restaurant Buon beef restaurant Mcdonalds Burger King York video superstore Iton a am Moton melt inv Minim i Muktha a Ahl Moton Sci offs Rollina Tao of amount Momut to Kamwoo a Schaum Stew. 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