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(P) Passed (F) Failed (V) Vetoed (I) Incoporated into other legislation
(C) Carried over to 2007 Session

Adult abuse; requires mandated reporters to notify law-enforcement directly in cases thereof. Amending  63.2-1605. (Patron-Bell, HB 1351 (Chapter 149))
Biased-Based Policing and Traffic Statistics Reporting Act; created, report. Adding  8.01-226.2:1, 15.2-1722.1, and 52-30.1 through 52-30.5. (Patron-Ward, HB 157 (F))
Campus police; local law-enforcement agency to be notified of certain reports. Amending  23-234. (Patron-Alexander, HB 154 (I) See HB1036)
Campus safety; Department of Criminal Justice Services to develop training standards for officers and to provide support to their departments. Amending  9.1-102. (Patron-Hamilton, HB 1036 (Chapter 203))
Canine detector and patrol units; certification of those used by law-enforcement agencies. Amending  9.1-102; adding  9.1-187 through 9.1-187.4. (Patron-Carrico, HB 1181 (F))
Clerks, sheriffs, etc.; not to receive payment from treasury for services rendered in certain cases. Amending  17.1-266. (Patron-Norment, SB 466 (C))
Compensation Board; considerations for fixing salaries and staffing levels for certain sheriffs. Adding  15.2-1636.8:1. (Patron-Dudley, HB 1420 (C))
Concealed handgun permits; retired law-enforcement officers denied written proof of consultation. Amending  18.2-308. (Patron-Griffith, HB 546 (F))
Concealed weapons; person to inform law-enforcement officer of possession. Amending  18.2-308. (Patron-Athey, HB 1105 (F))
Crisis intervention team pilot program; established to assist law-enforcement officers to respond to crisis situations involving persons with mental illness, etc., report. Amending 9.1-102; adding  9.1-187 through 9.1-187.3. (Patron-Edwards, SB 211 (F))
Detention process, temporary; transportation by sheriffs. Amending  37.2-810. (Patron-Gear, HB 899 (F))
Evidence; chain of custody form attested to by employee of law-enforcement agency responsible therefor. Adding 19.2-188.3 and 19.2-188.4. (Patron-Norment, SB 154 (C))
Gang and Terrorism Law-enforcement Assistance Unit; created within Office of Attorney General. Amending  19.2-12 and 19.2-215.1; adding  2.2-511.1. (Patron-Albo, HB 1517 (F))
Government Data Collection and Dissemination Practices Act; adds police department of Chesapeake Bay Bridge and Tunnel Commission to list of agencies inapplicable thereto. Amending  2.2-3802. (Patron-Wardrup, HB 664 (Chapter 196))
High-occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes; permits law-enforcement vehicles to use in emergency. Amending  33.1-46.2. (Patron-Frederick, HB 495 (F))
High-speed pursuit; law-enforcement agency to adopt written policy on how to conduct. Adding  46.2-817.1. (Patron-Eisenberg, HB 1159 (F))
Identity theft; reporting to law-enforcement agencies. Amending 18.2-186.3:1 and 18.2-186.5. (Patron-Plum, HB 1509 (Chapter 298))
Juveniles; if gang affiliated certain information to be released upon request by any law-enforcement officer. Amending 16.1-309.1. (Patron-O’Brien, SB 129 (Chapter 309))
Juveniles; information can be released to law-enforcement agency if suspected of criminal gang activity. Amending  16.1-309.1. (Patron-Marsden, HB 692 (Chapter 259))
Juveniles; release of certain information by Department of Juvenile Justice to law-enforcement employees for investigation of criminal activity. Amending  16.1-300. (Patron-Howell, SB 351 (I) See SB561)
Laser speed determination devices; law-enforcement officer not required to show motorists reading. Amending  46.2-882. (Patron-Gilbert, HB 1312 (Chapter 930))
Law Officers’ Retirement System; includes conservation officers. Amending  51.1-212. (Patron-Puller, SB 605 (F))
Law Officers’ Retirement System; includes juvenile probation and parole officers. Amending  51.1-212. (Patron-Griffith, HB 430 (F); Ticer, SB 237 (F))
Law Officers’ Retirement System; includes juvenile probation officers. Amending  51.1-212. (Patron-Spruill, HB 82 (F); Colgan, SB 481 (F))
Law Officers’ Retirement System; supplemental allowance. Amending 51.1-217. (Patron-Barlow, HB 1433 (F); Ruff, SB 495 (F))
Law-enforcement agency; to receive cost of recovery from bail bondsman when bailee is recovered thereby. Amending 9.1-185.15. (Patron-Hogan, HB 703 (F))
Law-enforcement officer; circumstances under which may detain person suspected of criminal activity. Adding  19.2-82.1. (Patron-Sherwood, HB 342 (I) See HB25)
Law-enforcement officer; definition thereof. Amending  9.1-101. (Patron-Landes, HB 1441 (F))
Law-enforcement officer; may detain person for false identity. Adding  19.2-82.1. (Patron-Wright, HB 25 (Chapter 387))
Law-enforcement officer, firefighter or emergency medical personnel; persons using abusive language towards therefor mentioned guilty of misdemeanor. Amending  18.2-416. (Patron-Carrico, HB 371 (F); Bell, HB 1344 (F))
Law-enforcement officers; Department of Criminal Justice Services to assist agencies to develop programs for learning additional languages. Amending  9.1-102. (Patron-Lohr, HB 592 (F))
Law-enforcement officers; Department of Human Resource Management to study whether compensation paid with state funds thereto is adequate to recruit and retain qualified officers. (Patron-Wittman, HJR 47 (F))
Law-enforcement officers; joint subcommittee to study establishment of protocols for those killed in line of duty. (Patron-Hurt, HJR 114 (F))
Law-enforcement officers; those retired have civil immunity for actions taken in emergency. Adding  8.01-226.11. (Patron-Bell, HB 1337 (F))
Law-enforcement officers; those retired may purchase service handguns. Amending  59.1-148.3. (Patron-Stolle, SB 717 (Chapter 185))
Law-enforcement officers; training related to sexual assault cases. Amending  9.1-102. (Patron-Bell, HB 1336 (C))
Law-Enforcement Officers Procedural Guarantee Act; changes as to process and procedures afforded thereto. Amending  9.1-500, 9.1-501, 9.1-502, and 9.1-504; adding  9.1-508. (Patron-Albo, HB 777 (F); Cuccinelli, SB 697 (C))
Law-enforcement or emergency personnel; persons using abusive language towards therefor mentioned guilty of misdemeanor. Amending  18.2-416. (Patron-Deeds, SB 143 (F); Quayle, SB 223 (F))
Law-enforcement vehicle; penalty for impersonating or misrepresenting. Amending  18.2-174; adding  18.2-174.2. (Patron-Saslaw, SB 372 (F))
Line of Duty Act; disabled state employees. Amending  9.1-400. (Patron-Puckett, SB 515 (Chapter 824))
Missing children; school board to receive report from local law enforcement. Amending  22.1-288.1 and 52-31.1. (Patron-Shannon, HB 1482 (Chapter 295))
Motor vehicle; impoundment for eluding police. Amending  46.2-817. (Patron-Scott, E.T., HB 645 (F))
Motor vehicle accident; law-enforcement officer allowed to investigate on private property. Amending  46.2-373. (Patron-Cosgrove, HB 98 (F))
Motor vehicles; impoundment for eluding police. Amending 46.2-301.1. (Patron-Bell, HB 1334 (F))
Motorcycles; emergency lights on those used by law enforcement. Adding  46.2-1029.3. (Patron-Obenshain, SB 347 (C))
Notification to school principals; required by local law-enforcement authorities when students charged with committing crime. Amending  22.1-279.3:1. (Patron-Barlow, HB 1279 (Chapter 146))
Police cadet academy; joint subcommittee to study development thereof. (Patron-Lambert, SJR 99 (F))
Port Authority; allows police thereof to provide security for private terminal operators. Adding  62.1-132.12:1. (Patron-Quayle, SB 173 (Chapter 220))
Preservation of order at elections; law-enforcement officer to maintain order at polling place. Amending  24.2-606. (Patron-Martin, SB 588 (F))
Private roads; designating as highways for law-enforcement purposes in Warren County. Adding  46.2-1307.1. (Patron-Athey, HB 1119 (Chapter 870))
Retirement System; benefits for certain state and local law-enforcement officers. Amending  9.1-401, 51.1-138, 51.1-206, and 51.1-212; adding  33.1-221.1:9. (Patron-Stolle, SB 393 (F))
Retirement System; benefits for State Police, and state and local law-enforcement officers. Amending  51.1-138, 51.1-206, 51.1-207, 51.1-208, and 51.1-216 through 51.1-219; repealing 51.1-221. (Patron-Puckett, SB 508 (F))
Retirement System; changes in benefits for state employees, state and local law-enforcement officers. Amending  51.1-138, 51.1-155, 51.1-206, 51.1-207, 51.1-208, 51.1-216 through 51.1-219, and 51.1-811; repealing  51.1-221. (Patron-Carrico, HB 369 (F))
Retirement System; employees operating E-911 system eligible for benefits equivalent to State Police. Amending  51.1-138. (Patron-Bell, HB 1362 (F))
Retirement System; juvenile detention employees eligible for benefits equivalent to State Police. Amending  51.1-138. (Patron-Johnson, HB 1281 (F))
Retirement System; modifies benefits of state and local law-enforcement officers. Amending  51.1-138, 51.1-206, 51.1-207, 51.1-208, 51.1-216, 51.1-217, 51.1-218, and 51.1-811; repealing  51.1-219 and 51.1-221. (Patron-Cosgrove, HB 471 (F))
Sex offenders; registrants to reregister in person with local law-enforcement agency on certain dates, exception for those convicted as violent. Amending  9.1-904. (Patron-Janis, HB 1264 (I) See HB984)
Sheriff; courthouse security. Amending  53.1-120. (Patron-Devolites Davis, SB 457 (Chapter 495))
State law-enforcement employees; clarifies current overtime compensation provisions. Amending  9.1-700. (Patron-Cuccinelli, SB 657 (F))
Street gangs, criminal; probation officers to share certain information with law-enforcement officers. Amending  9.1-177.1 and 53.1-145. (Patron-Deeds, SB 151 (I) See SB561)
Victim notification program; Sheriffs’ Association and Community Policing Institute, etc., immune from civil liability for their acts. Adding  8.01-226.11. (Patron-Sherwood, HB 986 (Chapter 267))
Warrantless searches; law-enforcement officer may search without if person signed waiver. Amending  19.2-59. (Patron-McDougle, SB 577 (C))
2006 Cumulative Index of Bills, Joint Resolutions, Resolutions and Documents - For additional information, please contact the House of Delegates Information and Public Relations Office, P. O. Box 406, State Capitol, Richmond, Virginia 23218, telephone (804) 698-1500. Last updated 11/07/06