Administrative Code

Virginia Administrative Code
Title 6. Criminal Justice and Corrections
12/16/2019

Agency 40. Department of Forensic Science

Preface
Agency Summary
Chapter 10
Public Participation Guidelines [Repealed]Read all
Section 10
[Repealed]
Section 20
[Repealed]
Section 30
[Repealed]
Section 40
[Repealed]
Section 50
[Repealed]
Section 60
[Repealed]
Section 70
[Repealed]
Section 80
[Repealed]
Section 90
[Repealed]
Chapter 11
Public Participation GuidelinesRead all
Section 10
Purpose
Section 20
Definitions
Section 30
Notification List
Section 40
Information to Be Sent to Persons on the Notification List
Section 50
Public Comment
Section 60
Petition for Rulemaking
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 Breath Alcohol TestingRead all
Section 10
Definitions
Section 20
Substantial Compliance
Section 30
Breath Test Devices
Section 40
Storage
Section 50
Care
Section 60
Modifications
Section 70
Use
Section 80
Approval
Section 90
Publishing List of Devices
Section 100
Publishing List of Supplies
Section 110
Methods and Procedures
Section 120
Licensing Procedures
Section 130
Certificates
Section 140
Revocation
Section 150
Records
Section 160
Checklist
Section 170
Preliminary Breath Test Device
Section 180
List of Preliminary Devices
Section 190
Operational Procedures
Section 200
Preventive Maintenance
FORMS
Forms (6VAC40-20)
Chapter 30
Regulations for the Approval of Field Tests for Detection of DrugsRead all
Section 10
Definitions
Section 20
Authority for Approval
Section 30
Request for Evaluation
Section 40
Notice of Decision
Section 50
Maintenance of Approved Status
Section 60
Publication
Section 70
Liability
Section 80
Fees
Chapter 40
Regulations for the Implementation of the Law Permitting DNA Analysis Upon Arrest for All Violent Felonies and Certain BurglariesRead all
Section 10
Definitions
Section 20
Substantial Compliance
Section 30
Qualifying Offense Warrants
Section 40
Use of Lids
Section 50
Screening for Duplicates
Section 60
Collection of Samples
Section 70
Buccal Sample Kits
Section 80
When Buccal Sample Kits Are Unavailable
Section 90
Sealing and Labeling Samples
Section 100
Transportation of Samples to the Department
Section 110
Notification of Final Disposition
Chapter 50
Regulations for the Approval of Marijuana Field Tests for Detection of Marijuana Plant MaterialRead all
Section 10
Definitions
Section 20
Authority for Approval
Section 30
Request for Evaluation
Section 40
Notice of Decision
Section 50
Maintenance of Approved Status
Section 60
Publication
Section 70
Liability
Section 80
Fees
Chapter 60
DNA Data Bank RegulationsRead all
Section 10
Definitions
Section 20
Request for Information from a Law Enforcement Officer Regarding Whether an Individual's DNA Profile Is in the DNA Data Bank
Section 30
Request for DNA Data Bank Information Relating to Specific Virginia Forensic Laboratory Examinations Involving the Analysis and Comparison of Two or
Section 40
Requests for DNA Data Bank Information Relating to Out-of-State Forensic Laboratory Examination
Section 50
Provision of DNA Data Bank Information to the Virginia Department of Corrections, the Department of State Police, and the Department of Juvenile . . .
Section 60
Department Employee Access to the DNA Data Bank


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