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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 6. Criminal Justice and Corrections
Agency 20. Department of Criminal Justice Services
Chapter 230. Regulations Relating to Special Conservator of the Peace
1/25/2020

6VAC20-230-50. Drug and Alcohol Testing.

A. Before appointment by the circuit court, each individual applying for special conservator of the peace must submit to a drug and alcohol-screening test approved by the Department of Criminal Justice Services.

B. The applicant is responsible for any fees required for the drug and alcohol-screening test. The applicant will directly make payment to the approved agency conducting the drug and alcohol-screening test.

C. Drug and alcohol-screening results will be sent to the department for review. If the applicant is denied by DCJS, the department will notify the applicant by letter regarding the reasons for the denial.

D. A list of approved drug and alcohol-screening agencies will be provided to the applicant during the registration application process.

E. Applicants denied registration based upon a positive drug and alcohol test will be ineligible for registration for a period of five years.

Statutory Authority

§ 9.1-150.2 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from Volume 21, Issue 26, eff. October 5, 2005.

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