I shoplifted. LP questioned me. There was no police involvement. The LP person had me sign a Civil Liability Law form stating under Section 16A-7 of Illinois Criminal Code I may be contacted to pay for civil damages. I signed the sheet, which had my name and Social Security Number on it. After researching, I've found people can be put on a National Retail Theft Database based on these criteria: •Signed admission statement •Signed restitution agreement •Fully satisfied civil demand •Criminal prosecution resulting in a conviction •A similar documentary evidence which demonstrates that the theft or dishonesty actually occurred and that the person named in the inquiry is the person who committed the act Can the document I signed be considered as a form of documentary evidence?