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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 6. Criminal Justice and Corrections
Agency 20. Department of Criminal Justice Services
Chapter 174. Regulations Relating to Private Security Services Registered Personnel
8/13/2020

6VAC20-174-230. Armored Car Personnel – Compulsory Minimum Training Requirements.

A. Entry-level course and minimum hour requirement. The compulsory minimum entry-level training courses and specific minimum hour requirement excluding examinations, practical exercises, and range qualification shall be:

Armored car personnel - 28 hours (31 hours with shotgun)

a. 03E: Armored Car Procedures - 12 hours

b. 07E: Entry-level Handgun - 16 hours

c. 08E: Entry-level Shotgun - 3 hours (if applicable - to also have access to a shotgun while on duty, the additional shotgun course is required)

B. Entry-level course content. The compulsory minimum entry-level training course content by specific course excluding examinations, mandated practical exercises, and range qualification shall be as provided in this subsection.

Armored Car Procedures (03E) - 12 hours (excluding examination)

a. Administration and armored car orientation

b. Signs of terrorism

c. Applicable sections of the Code of Virginia and Regulations Relating to Private Security Services

d. Armored car procedures

e. Written comprehensive examination

C. In-service course content and minimum hour requirement. The compulsory minimum in-service training content and minimum hour requirement excluding examinations, practical exercises, and range qualification shall be as follows:

(03I) Armored Car Personnel In-Service - 4 hours job-related training (not including range retraining)

Statutory Authority

§ 9.1-141 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from Volume 31, Issue 25, eff. September 9, 2015.

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