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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 6. Criminal Justice And Corrections
Agency 20. Department of Criminal Justice Services
Chapter 250. Regulations Relating to Property and Surety Bail Bondsmen

6VAC20-250-290. Uniforms and identification; standards and restrictions.

A. A bail bondsman shall not wear, carry, or display any uniform, badge, shield, or other insignia or emblem that implies he is an agent of state, local, or federal government.

B. A bail bondsman shall wear or display only identification issued by or whose design has been approved by the department.

1. A bail bondsman is required to visibly display the photo identification license issued by the department while on legitimate bail bonding business on government property.

2. A bail bondsman may display an insignia or emblem that identifies his name and name of his company on the front of his shirt or outermost wear while on government property as long as the insignia or emblem is no larger then 3 x 5 inches in its entirety.

Statutory Authority

§ 9.1-185.2 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from Virginia Register Volume 24, Issue 23, eff. August 20, 2008.

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