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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 22. Social Services
Title 22. Social Services
Agency 40. Department of Social Services

Chapter 191.
Background Checks for Child Welfare Agencies
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Section 10
Defining words and phrases
Section 20
Describing background checks
Section 30
Identifying the facilities that are not covered by this regulation
Section 40
Identifying who is covered by this regulation
Section 50
Explaining requirements for satisfactory background checks
Section 60
Explaining consequences of disqualifying background checks results
Section 70
Keeping background check records
Section 80
Describing the waiver of criminal conviction
Section 90
Identifying who may apply for a waiver
Section 100
Explaining waiver application requirements
Section 110
Describing the contents of a waiver application
Section 120
Describing the waiver evaluation criteria
Section 130
Describing the waiver decision notification process
Section 140
Modifying, revoking, and terminating waivers
Section 150
Explaining the waiver public notification requirements

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