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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 6. Criminal Justice And Corrections
Title 6. Criminal Justice And Corrections
Agency 20. Department Of Criminal Justice Services
1/27/2021

Chapter 172. Regulations Relating to Private Security Services BusinessesRead Chapter

  • Part IV. Business License Application Procedures; Administrative Requirements; Standards of ConductRead all
  • Section 40
    Initial business license application
    Section 50
    Renewal business license application
    Section 60
    General requirements
    Section 70
    Business administrative requirements
    Section 80
    Business standards of conduct
  • Part V. Compliance Agent Application Procedures; Administrative Requirements; Standards of ConductRead all
  • Section 90
    Compliance agent certification requirements
    Section 100
    Compliance agent certification renewal requirements
    Section 110
    Compliance agent regulatory compliance training requirements
    Section 120
    Compliance agent administrative requirements and standards of conduct
  • Part VII. Sanctions; Exemptions; Recognition and ReciprocityRead all
  • Section 150
    Denial, probation, suspension, and revocation
    Section 160
    Exemptions; recognition and reciprocity
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FORMS (6VAC20-172)

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