Section 320. Regarding liability for damages for defamation

A person who accuses another person of violating provisions of this chapter may not be held legally liable for the accusation pursuant to section 3-6 a of the Damages Act if the accusation was presented
  1. a.
    in a police report, or
  2. b.
    by a person claiming to be aggrieved in a confidential conversation with a person in whom it is natural to confide, to process the consequences of the act.
However, the reporting person or the person claiming to be aggrieved may be held legally liable if it was grossly negligent to assume that the information was true.