Who to call after the Safe T Act in Jan 2023 in Illinois goes into effect in Illinois if someone, for example, a gang member, a drunk or drug addict, or crazy neighbor decides to camp on your home lawn, store, business, or a peeping tom outside your windows?

I read three articles yesterday and today to relate to the Illinois Safe T Act which will go into effect in January 2023.

The First is a Chicago Tribune article about the President of Mc Donald’s warning about private industry fears of locating headquarters in downtown fears for their safety.


The Second article is titled Fear and misinformation rife as SAFE-T Act and the end of cash bail become political lightning rods heading into election.

Illinois’ elimination of cash-bail sparks political battle (chicagotribune.com)

The Third article is the DuPage Policy Journal Dated Week of Sept 11-17 2022 mailed to me article mentioned in the Chicago Tribune to warn me about the myths being spread about the Safe T Act.


I decided to check out the statement in the DuPage Policy Journal that stated police will no longer make any arrests for trespassing “Peeping Toms, on private or public property. They will only issue the trespassers tickets instead.

The Purpose of This Post

Is to relate an ancient wisdom verse and what I discovered is no a myth about the peeping tom warning in the 700-page Safe T Act.

King Solomon

Woe to the land whose king was a servant and whose princes feast in the morning. (Ecclesiastes 10:16)

What’s My Point?

After reading that the Safe -T Act will only allow police to ticket someone and not force them to leave your property is not a myth.

In My Opinion

Perhaps we should all invest ina private security firms to remove the someone’s, same as portrayed in the movie “ghost busters” to spray intruders with some kind of cleaning fluid instead?

Perhaps also, since in the past, politicians were tarred and feathered and banished out of towns when voter got fed up with them.

And American Indians exiled troublemakers from their tribes which is illegal to do in Illinois, Perhaps the best thing voter can do is find out if their representative voted for the Safe T Act and not vote for them if they did instead of tarring and feathering them after you call the police and they issue the someone a ticket and leave without requiring the someone to leave your private property even if he or she is a peeping tom.

If Interested

Read the Source Links below that claim the facts of the Safe T Act vs the above source links

You Decide

After reading, would you consider that the legislators who approved the Safe T Act are more concerned about criminals than victims?

Is King Solomon above verse an accurate verse to relate to Illinois citizens when they find out the facts after becoming victims of the Safe T Act other provisions listed in the 700-page law?

Regard and goodwill blogging.

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