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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

FORMS (6VAC20-174).


Private Security Services - Duplicate/Replacement Registration Application (eff. 10/2012)

Private Security Services - Initial Registration Application (eff. 3/2013)

Private Security Services - Renewal Registration Application (eff. 3/2013)

Private Security Services - Additional Registration Category Application (eff. 10/2012)

Private Security Services - Firearms Endorsement Application (eff. 10/2012)

Fingerprint Processing

DCJS Fingerprint Cards Order Form (undated)

Fingerprint Processing Application (eff. 10/2012)

Criminal History Supplemental Form (eff. 10/2012)

Fingerprint Application Instructions (eff. 10/2012)

Acceptable Documents for Verifying Legal Presence/Name Change (eff. 10/2012)


Locksmith - Training Waiver (eff. 10/2012)

Complaint Form (eff. 10/2012)

Firearms Discharge Report (eff. 10/2012)

Training Exemption Application - Entry Level (eff. 10/2012)

Training Exemption Application - In-Service (eff. 10/2012)

Request for Extension Form (eff. 10/2012)

Individual Address Change Form (eff. 10/2012)

Credit Card Authorization Form (eff. 10/2012)

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