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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 24. Transportation and Motor Vehicles
Agency 35. Commission on the Virginia Alcohol Safety Action Program
Chapter 60. Ignition Interlock Program Regulations
9/20/2020

24VAC35-60-110. Records and Reporting.

A. The service provider shall be subject to announced or unannounced site reviews for the purpose of inspecting the facilities and offender records. Upon request, access to all service provider locations, records, and financial information shall be provided to the commission for the purpose of verifying compliance with state law, commission regulations, and the service provider agreement.

B. In accordance with federal confidentiality guidelines, all personal and medical information provided to the service provider regarding offenders shall be kept confidential. If the information is temporarily held at the offender's service center, it shall be stored in a locked filing cabinet when unattended by a service provider employee.

C. After installing an interlock, the service provider shall provide the ASAP with an installation report, within 24 hours, that includes:

1. The name, address, and telephone number of the offender;

2. The registration information of the motor vehicle; and

3. The serial number of the installed ignition interlock device and camera.

D. After performing a monitoring and calibration check, the service provider shall submit to the ASAP, within 24 hours, all data generated to include:

1. Name of the offender whose device was monitored;

2. Name, address, and telephone number of the monitoring official;

3. Date of monitoring and calibration;

4. Motor vehicle make, model, year, identification number, and odometer reading;

5. Number of miles driven during the monitoring period;

6. Make, model, and serial number of the ignition interlock device and camera;

7. A change out of the device (handset or control box) and reason for the change out;

8. Data indicating that the offender has attempted to start or drive the motor vehicle with a positive BAC at or above the fail point;

9. Attempts to alter, tamper, circumvent, bypass, or otherwise remove the device;

10. Noncompliance with conditions of the ASAP or interlock program;

11. Offender concerns;

12. Charges incurred for the monitoring visit;

13. Date of next scheduled monitoring visit;

14. A photo of each person who has delivered an accepted breath test sample or missed a retest on the ignition interlock device; and

15. A reference photo of the offender.

E. In addition, the service provider shall have available monthly reports detailing:

1. Installations during the period covered;

2. Calibrations performed during the period, by date and offender name, detailing any unit replacements made during the monitoring period;

3. Datalogger information from all ignition interlock devices;

4. Evidence of misuse, abuse, or attempts to tamper with the ignition interlock device;

5. Device failure due to material defect or improper installation; and

6. A summary of complaints received and corrective action taken.

F. The service provider shall be responsible for purchasing and providing necessary computer hardware and software to convey all data and information requested by the commission if the equipment is not already present at the commission office or the ASAP.

G. Accurate reports shall be submitted to the ASAP in the format specified by the commission.

Statutory Authority

§§ 18.2-270.1 and 18.2-270.2 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from Volume 26, Issue 05, eff. January 1, 2010; amended, Virginia Register Volume 32, Issue 21, eff. July 18, 2016.

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