Trespassing

A person commits criminal trespass when, knowing the person does not have the owner’s effective consent to do so, enters or remains on property, or a portion thereof. If the person knows they do not have the property owner’s effective consent to enter the property and intends, knows, or is reckless about whether such person’s presence will cause fear for the safety of another, then they may be charged with Aggravated Criminal Trespass.