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Illinois Statutes Chapter 325. Children § 5/6.Photographs and x-rays of child;  photographs of environment

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§ 6.  Any person required to investigate cases of suspected child abuse or neglect may take or cause to be taken, at Department expense, color photographs and x-rays of the child who is the subject of a report, and color photographs of the physical environment in which the alleged abuse or neglect has taken place.  The person seeking to take such photographs or x-rays shall make every reasonable effort to notify the person responsible for the child's welfare.

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