Administrative Code

Virginia Administrative Code
Title 6. Criminal Justice And Corrections
4/14/2024

Agency 16. Department of Corrections

Preface
Agency Summary
Chapter 10
Public Participation GuidelinesRead all
Part I
Purpose and Definitions
Section 10
Purpose
Section 20
Definitions
Part II
Notification of Interested Parties
Section 30
Notification List
Section 40
Information to Be Sent to Persons on the Notification List
Part III
Public Participation Procedures
Section 50
Public Comment
Section 60
Petition for Rule Making
Section 70
Appointment of Regulatory Advisory Panel
Section 80
Appointment of Negotiated Rulemaking Panel
Section 90
Meetings
Section 100
Public Hearings on Regulations
Section 110
Periodic Review of Regulations
Chapter 20
Regulations for Human Subject ResearchRead all
Part I
General provisions
Section 10
Definitions
Section 20
Applicability
Section 30
Policy
Part II
Human subject research review committee
Section 40
Composition
Section 50
Duties and Responsibilities
Section 60
Reports
Section 70
Records Maintenance
Section 80
Publication Rights
Section 90
Research Exempt from Hsrrc Review
Section 100
Waiver of Signed Voluntary Informed Consent Form
Part III
Role of the department and director
Section 110
Role of the Department and Director
Part IV
Applicability of state and federal policies
Section 120
Applicability of State and Federal Policies
FORMS
Forms (6VAC16-20)

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