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Alcoholic beverage control; disposition of net profits to Alcohol Abuse Treatment and Prevention Fund and to Law-Enforcement Expenditure Fund. Amending  2.2-118, 4.1-116, 4.1-235, 9.1-166, 15.2-3209, 38.2-401, and 58.1-3259; repealing 4.1-117. (Patron-Brink, HB 509 (F))
Animal care; adoption of regulations that permit non-commercial, intrastate transportation by law-enforcement officers, etc. (Patron-Marshall, D.W., HB 551 (F); Reynolds, SB 249 (C))
Animal control officers; clarifies duties and responsibilities. Amending  3.2-6555. (Patron-Armstrong, HB 1056 (C))
Animal protection police officers; powers of those in localities with county manager form of government. Amending  9.1-101 and 15.2-632. (Patron-Janis, HB 239 (Chapter 621))
Animal welfare laws; sheriffs and police chiefs to designate and utilize volunteer deputies for enforcement. Amending  3.2-6555. (Patron-Athey, HB 884 (F))
Assault and battery; if person commits against campus police officers, guilty of Class 6 felony. Amending  18.2-57. (Patron-Cline, HB 865 (F))
Assault and battery; penalty when against fire marshals and assistant fire marshals with police powers. Amending  18.2-57. (Patron-Locke, SB 22 (C))
Assault and battery; penalty when against fire marshals with police powers. Amending  18.2-57. (Patron-Dance, HB 113 (F))
Capital murder; adds auxiliary police officers and auxiliary deputy sheriffs to statute so death sentence can be imposed for their murder. Amending  18.2-31. (Patron-Bell, Robert B., HB 934 (Chapter 428); Norment, SB 520 (Chapter 475))
Capital murder; adds fire marshals and deputy and assistant fire marshals with police powers to statute so death sentence can be imposed for their murder. Amending  18.2-31. (Patron-Pogge, HB 166 (Chapter 399))
Concealed handgun permit; failure to produce upon demand of a law-enforcement officer, penalty. Amending  18.2-308. (Patron-Cole, HB 52 (F))
Concealed handguns; retired law-enforcement officer who receives proof of consultation and favorable review authorized to carry. Amending  18.2-308. (Patron-Crockett-Stark, HB 1092 (Chapter 433))
Concealed weapon; certain law-enforcement officers who have resigned from their position are eligible to carry. Amending 18.2-308. (Patron-Miller, P.J., HB 1256 (Chapter 863))
Decibel level of sound; authorizes a law-enforcement officer to use certain equipment to determine. Amending  2.2-1112; adding 19.2-270.7. (Patron-Tata, HB 563 (Chapter 558))
District court; expungement of police and court records. Adding 19.2-392.2:1. (Patron-Surovell, HB 823 (F))
Driving under influence of alcohol; Department of Criminal Justice to establish a model policy for law-enforcement personnel for questioning those suspected thereof. Amending  9.1-102. (Patron-O’Bannon, HB 144 (Chapter 224))
Driving under influence of alcohol; expands driving under influence crimes for which an officer may arrest person without warrant to include persons driving watercraft. Amending  19.2-74 and 19.2-81. (Patron-Reynolds, SB 688 (C))
Driving under influence of alcohol, arrestee; allows a law-enforcement officer to arrest someone for DUI on suspended license and to transfer custody to another officer who may obtain warrant based on statements of arresting officer. Amending  19.2-81. (Patron-Iaquinto, HB 1254 (I) See HB770)
Driving under influence of alcohol arrests; an officer at a medical facility may issue a summons for violation thereof, and for refusal of certain tests. Amending  19.2-73, 19.2-74, and 19.2-81. (Patron-Cleaveland, HB 770 (Chapter 840))
Drug recognition experts; law-enforcement officer who performs drug field tests shall be trained by Department of Forensic Science. Amending  19.2-188.1. (Patron-Crockett-Stark, HB 1087 (F))
Electronic communication service providers; obtaining records by certain investigative or law-enforcement officers for investigation of certain missing persons. Amending  19.2-70.3. (Patron-Greason, HB 1252 (Chapter 582))
Eluding police; person is guilty of a Class 2 misdemeanor. Amending  46.2-817. (Patron-Quayle, SB 96 (Chapter 655))
Jailable offense; discretion of law-enforcement officer to arrest or issue summons therefor. Amending  19.2-74. (Patron-Reynolds, SB 643 (F))
Juvenile records; Department of Juvenile Justice to provide information to law enforcement that may aid in an investigation of a criminal street gang. Amending  16.1-300, 16.1-309.1, and 52-8.6. (Patron-Gilbert, HB 1121 (Chapter 367); Hurt, SB 486 (Chapter 472))
Juvenile records; Department of Juvenile Justice to provide information to law enforcement that may aid in an investigation of criminal street gang. Amending  16.1-300 and 16.1-309.1. (Patron-Miller, P.J., HB 254 (I) See HB1121)
Law Officers’ Retirement System; adds conservation officers as members. Amending  51.1-212. (Patron-Deeds, SB 175 (F))
Law Officers’ Retirement System; supplemental allowance would be paid until social security retirement age. Amending  51.1-217. (Patron-Quayle, SB 92 (F))
Law-enforcement employees; overtime compensation. Amending 9.1-701. (Patron-Peace, HB 712 (F); Nutter, HB 992 (F))
Law-enforcement officer; discretion of officer to arrest or issue summons to person for jailable offense. Amending  19.2-74. (Patron-Miller, J.H., HB 681 (F))
Law-enforcement officers; prohibits public disclosure of personal information on Internet. Amending  18.2-186.4; adding 18.2-186.4:1. (Patron-Bell, Robert B., HB 1382 (Chapter 767))
Law-Enforcement Officers Procedural Guarantee Act; definition of law-enforcement officer. Amending  9.1-500. (Patron-Englin, HB 272 (F); Deeds, SB 287 (C))
Law-enforcement officials; Class 6 felony when falsely summoning or giving false reports to officials. Amending  18.2-461. (Patron-Ruff, SB 320 (C))
Magistrate; may not issue an arrest warrant for a felony offense upon basis of a complaint by a person other than a law-enforcement officer. Amending  19.2-71. (Patron-Ward, HB 1286 (F))
Mandatory self-identification; identifying oneself to law-enforcement officer when lawfully detained. Amending 19.2-82.1. (Patron-Garrett, HB 1049 (F))
Marijuana field test results; notice may be given by law-enforcement officer to defendant or, if defendant is a minor, to his parent or guardian. Amending  19.2-188.1. (Patron-Cline, HB 1352 (F))
Marijuana plants; provides seizure of more than 10 is made in connection with any drug prosecution or investigation, law-enforcement agency may retain 10 of seized plants and destroy remainder. Amending  19.2-386.24. (Patron-Reynolds, SB 444 (F))
Motorcycles; allows law-enforcement officers on official duty to drive two abreast in a single lane. Amending  46.2-857. (Patron-Reynolds, SB 321 (Chapter 52))
Mutual aid agreements; includes private police forces of higher educational institutions. Amending  15.2-1736. (Patron-Cline, HB 866 (Chapter 523))
Pawnbrokers; required to file daily reports electronically with local law enforcement, may be required to file with local government. Amending  54.1-4010. (Patron-McDougle, SB 108 (Chapter 657))
Police dogs; authority to sell dogs trained therefor. Adding 15.2-980. (Patron-Martin, SB 52 (Chapter 714))
Police lineups; establishes a uniform procedure to be used by all law-enforcement agencies. Adding  19.2-269.3. (Patron-Alexander, HB 207 (C))
Protective orders; service of notice by law-enforcement officer. Amending  16.1-264. (Patron-Herring, HB 453 (C))
Reports of certain acts to school authorities; local law-enforcement authorities to report certain offenses committed by a juvenile student that would be an adult misdemeanor. Amending  22.1-279.3:1. (Patron-Bell, Robert B., HB 907 (Chapter 525))
Retirement System; benefits for deputy sheriffs. Amending 51.1-138. (Patron-Englin, HB 273 (Chapter 745))
Salvage vehicles; allows locality to require records to be reported to police. Amending  46.2-1608; adding  46.2-1608.1. (Patron-Stuart, SB 406 (Chapter 873))
Service handguns; allows law-enforcement officer who retires at or after age 70 with 10 years of service to purchase for $1. Amending  59.1-148.3. (Patron-Stuart, SB 42 (Chapter 590))
Service handguns; certain law-enforcement officers eligible for retirement with 20 years of service and who resign from their position in good standing may purchase their service handgun for $1. Amending  59.1-148.3. (Patron-Miller, P.J., HB 1257 (Chapter 864))
Southwest Regional Recreation Authority; board to establish ranger police division. Amending  15.2-6021; adding  15.2-6021.1. (Patron-Morefield, HB 852 (F); Phillips, HB 1177 (C); Puckett, SB 380 (F))
Unclaimed property; storage fee for those in possession of sheriff or police. Amending  15.2-1719. (Patron-Bell, Robert B., HB 909 (Chapter 333))
2010 Session Cumulative Index of Bills, Joint Resolutions, and Resolutions - 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 06/16/10