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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 18. Professional and Occupational Licensing
Agency 120. Department of Professional and Occupational Regulation
3/30/2017

Chapter 30. Regulations Governing Polygraph ExaminersRead Chapter

Section 10
Definitions
Section 20
Explanation of terms
Section 30
Advisory board
Section 40
Basic qualifications for licensure and registration
Section 50
Registration of polygraph examiner interns
Section 55
Qualifications for licensure by examination
Section 60
Qualifications for licensed polygraph examiners to act as supervisors of polygraph interns
Section 70
Procedures for licensed polygraph examiners to certify the procedures to be used to supervise an intern during an internship
Section 80
Qualifications for licensure by reciprocity
Section 90
[Repealed]
Section 100
Fees
Section 110
Examinations
Section 120
Renewal required
Section 130
Procedures for renewal
Section 140
Fees for renewal
Section 150
Department discretion to deny renewal
Section 160
Qualifications for renewal
Section 170
Reinstatement required
Section 180
Department discretion to deny reinstatement
Section 190
Status of a license during the period before reinstatement
Section 200
Polygraph examination procedures
Section 210
Examination pretest procedure
Section 220
Examination standards of practice
Section 230
Records
Section 240
Prohibited acts
Section 250
Maintenance of license
Section 260
Approval of polygraph school curriculum
Section 270
Minimum requirements for school curriculum
Section 280
Instructor minimum requirements
Section 290
Amendments and changes
Section 300
Periodic requalification for continued course approval
Section 310
Grounds for withdrawing approval from a school
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FORMS (18VAC120-30)

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