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Code of Virginia
Title 19.2. Criminal Procedure
7/19/2018

Chapter 23. Central Criminal Records ExchangeRead Chapter

§ 19.2-387
Exchange to operate as a division of Department of State Police; authority of Superintendent of State Police
§ 19.2-387.1
Protective Order Registry; maintenance; access
§ 19.2-387.2
National Crime Prevention and Privacy Compact of 1998
§ 19.2-388
Duties and authority of Exchange
§ 19.2-389
Dissemination of criminal history record information
§ 19.2-389.1
Dissemination of juvenile record information
§ 19.2-389.2
Background checks of applicants of the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority
§ 19.2-390
Reports to be made by local law-enforcement officers, conservators of the peace, clerks of court, Secretary of the Commonwealth and Corrections officials to State Police; material submitted by other agencies
§ 19.2-390.01
Use of Virginia crime code references required
§ 19.2-390.02
Policies and procedures for law enforcement to conduct in-person and photo lineups
§ 19.2-390.1
Sex Offender and Crimes Against Minors Registry; maintenance; access
§ 19.2-390.2
Repealed
§ 19.2-390.3
Child Pornography Images Registry; maintenance; access
§ 19.2-391
Records to be made available to Exchange by state officials and agencies; duplication of records
§ 19.2-392
Fingerprints and photographs by police authorities
§ 19.2-392.01
Judges may require taking of fingerprints and photographs in certain misdemeanor cases
§ 19.2-392.02
(Effective until July 1, 2019) National criminal background checks by businesses and organizations regarding employees or volunteers providing care to children or the elderly or disabled
§ 19.2-392.02
(Effective July 1, 2019) National criminal background checks by businesses and organizations regarding employees or volunteers providing care to children or the elderly or disabled