Illinois Supreme Court OK’s Private Security Officers to Make Traffic Stops

The Illinois Supreme Court just ruled that property owner associations may use private security officers to enforce traffic rules on their roads. The high court rejected an association member’s claim that security personnel couldn’t pull him over and fine him for speeding. The decision resolves debate over whether homeowners groups can enforce local policies.  Read more………     Read Decision


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