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     TITLE 6. CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND                                          agency or viewed at the office of the Registrar of
              CORRECTIONS                                                   Regulations.
                                                                                              CHAPTER 30.
      CRIMINAL JUSTICE SERVICES BOARD                                         RULES RELATING TO COMPULSORY IN-SERVICE
                                                                             TRAINING STANDARDS FOR LAW-ENFORCEMENT
                     Final Regulation
                                                                               OFFICERS, JAILORS OR CUSTODIAL OFFICERS,
Title of Regulation: 6 VAC 20-30. Rules Relating to                            COURTROOM SECURITY OFFICERS, PROCESS
Compulsory In-Service Training Standards for Law-                               SERVICE OFFICERS AND OFFICERS OF THE
Enforcement Officers, Jailors or Custodial Officers,                           DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS, DIVISION OF
Courtroom Security Officers, Process Service Officers                            INSTITUTIONAL SERVICES OPERATIONS.
and Officers of the Department of Corrections, Division
                                                                            6 VAC 20-30-10. Definitions.
of Operations (amending 6 VAC 20-30-10 through
6 VAC 20-30-60 and 6 VAC 20-30-80).                                         The following words and terms, when used in this chapter,
                                                                            shall have the following meaning, unless the context
Statutory Authority: § 9.1-102 of the Code of Virginia.
                                                                            clearly indicates otherwise.
Effective Date: February 9, 2007.
                                                                            "Academy director" means the chief administrative officer
Agency Contact: John Byrd, Agency Program Manager,                          of a certified training academy.
Department of Criminal Justice Services, 202 North 9th
                                                                            "Agency administrator" means any chief of police, sheriff
Street, Richmond, VA 23219, telephone (804) 786-6375,
                                                                            or agency head of a state or local law-enforcement agency,
FAX         (804)        786-0410,       or      email
                                                                            or corrections agency.
john.byrd@dcjs.virginia.gov.
                                                                            "Board" means the Criminal Justice Services Board.
Summary:
                                                                            "Certified training academy" means a training school
  The amendments (i) allow academy directors to approve
                                                                            which provides instruction of at least the minimum training
  all in-service training; (ii) reduce the minimum length of
                                                                            standards as mandated by the board and has been approved
  a training session to two hours; (iii) require that two
                                                                            by the department for the specific purpose of training
  hours of the in-service training for law-enforcement
                                                                            criminal justice personnel.
  officers, jailors, custodial officers, courtroom security
  officers, process service officers, and officers of the                   "Criminal justice officer" means a law-enforcement
  Department of Corrections be on cultural diversity; (iv)                  officer, jailor or custodial officer, courtroom security
  eliminate certain current limitations on extensions of the                officer, process service officer and officers of the
  time limit for completion of in-service training; (v)                     Department of Corrections, Division of Institutional
  eliminate the time limit on when the chief of police,                     Services Operations. Officers of the Department of
  sheriff or agency administrator may request                               Corrections, Division of Institutional Services Operations,
  authorization for attendance and successful completion                    means a correctional officer, sergeant, lieutenant, captain,
  by an employee of job-related courses to count for                        major, assistant superintendent, superintendent, assistant
  partial in-service credit; (vi) eliminate the requirement                 warden and warden.
  that the local agency maintain records of in-service
  training attendance; (vii) eliminate the limit on the                     "Cultural diversity training" means training that is
  number of credits that can be earned via electronic                       designed to ensure sensitivity to and awareness of cultural
  training; (viii) permit that up to 16 credit hours per two-               diversity and the potential for biased policing.
  year in-service period may be earned via being an                         "Department" means the Department of Criminal Justice
  instructor; and (ix) update the annual firearms                           Services.
  requirement to be consistent with the options available
  for entry-level training.                                                 "Director" means the chief administrative officer of the
                                                                            department.
Summary of Public Comments and Agency's Response: A
summary of comments made by the public and the
agency's response may be obtained from the promulgating

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"Multimedia" means distance learning methods to include                                          (1) No more than four hours applied to firearms
video, film, disc, computer-based training, Internet-based                                       qualification as provided in 6 VAC 20-30-80; and
training or satellite-based training.
                                                                                                 (2) Remaining hours eligible for situational or
6 VAC 20-30-20. Applicability.                                                                   decision-making training.
A. Every person employed as a law-enforcement officer, as                                        Total 40
defined by § 9-169(9) 9.1-101 of the Code of Virginia,
                                                                                         B. Jailors or custodial officers. ................... TOTAL 24 Hours
shall meet compulsory in-service training standards as set
                                                                                         (Testing optional, but strongly encouraged.)
forth in 6 VAC 20-30-30 A.
                                                                                           1. Cultural diversity training.................................... 2 Hours
B. Every person employed as a jailor or custodial officer
under the provisions of Title 53.1 of the Code of Virginia,                                2. Legal training ...................................................... 4 Hours
shall meet compulsory in-service training standards as set
                                                                                           Subjects to be provided are at the discretion of the
forth in 6 VAC 20-30-30 B.
                                                                                           [ agency administrator or the board academy director ]
C. Every person employed as a courtroom security or                                        of a certified training academy and shall be designated
process service officer under the provisions of Title 53.1 of                              as legal training.
the Code of Virginia shall meet compulsory in-service
training standards as set forth in 6 VAC 20-30-30 C.                                       2. 3. Career development/elective training ....... 20 18 Hours
                                                                                           (May include subjects provided in subsections A and C
D. Every person employed as an officer of the Department
                                                                                           of this section.)
of Corrections, Division of Institutional Services,
Operations as defined herein shall meet compulsory in-                                       a. Subjects to be provided are at the discretion of the
service training standards as set forth in 6 VAC 20-30-30                                    agency administrator or the board academy director of
D.                                                                                           a certified training academy. No more than eight hours
                                                                                             of firearms training shall be approved as elective
6 VAC 20-30-30.             Compulsory            in-service       training
                                                                                             subjects. Firearms training shall be applied as follows:
standards.
                                                                                                 (1) No more than four hours applied to firearms
Pursuant to the provisions of subdivisions (1), (3), (5), (6)
                                                                                                 qualification as provided in 6 VAC 20-30-80; and
and (7) of [ § ] § 9-170 9.1-102 of the Code of Virginia, the
board establishes the following as the compulsory in-                                            (2) Remaining hours eligible for situational or
service training standards for law-enforcement officers,                                         decision-making training.
jailors or custodial officers, courtroom security officers,
process service officers and officers of the Department of                                       Total 24
Corrections, Division of Institutional Services Operations.                              C. Courtroom security officers and process service
A. Law-enforcement officers (Testing optional, but                                       officers* (Testing optional, but strongly encouraged)TOTAL 16 Hours
strongly encouraged.) ................................ TOTAL 40 Hours                      1. Cultural diversity training ................................... 2 Hours
  1. Cultural diversity training.................................... 2 Hours               2. Legal training ...................................................... 4 Hours
  2. Legal training....................................................... 4 Hours         Subjects to be provided are at the discretion of the
  Subjects to be provided are at the discretion of the                                     agency administrator or the board academy director of a
  [ agency administrator or the board academy director ]                                   certified training academy and shall be designated as
  of a certified training academy and shall be designated                                  legal training.
  as legal training.                                                                       2. 3. Career development/elective training ....... 12 10 Hours
  2. 3. Career development/elective training ....... 36 34 Hours                           (May include subjects provided in subsections A and B
  (May include subjects provided in subsections B and C                                    of this section.)
  of this section.)                                                                          a. Subjects to be provided are at the discretion of the
     a. Subjects to be provided are at the discretion of the                                 [ agency administrator or the board academy director ]
     agency administrator or the board academy director of                                   of a certified training academy. No more than eight
     a certified training academy. No more than eight hours                                  hours of firearms training shall be approved as elective
     of firearms training shall be approved as elective                                      subjects. Firearms training shall be applied as follows:
     subjects. Firearms training shall be applied as follows:                                    (1) No more than four hours applied to firearms
                                                                                                 qualification as provided in 6 VAC 20-30-80; and


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        (2) Remaining hours eligible for situational and/or                              calendar year following the completion date of such
        decision making training.                                                        training.
        TOTAL 16                                                                         B. Approved Mandated in-service training shall be
                                                                                         conducted in no less than four two-hour sessions and must
D. Officers of the Department of Corrections, Division of
                                                                                         be under the authority of a certified training academy and
Institutional Services Operations. (Testing is optional, but
                                                                                         meet all requirements for conducting mandated training.
strongly encouraged.)
                                                                                         C. The director may grant an extension of the time limit for
Total Hours for Correctional Officers and Sergeants 24 Hours
                                                                                         completion of in-service training under the following
Total Hours for Lieutenants through Wardens .......... 40 Hours                          conditions:
  1. Cultural diversity training ................................... 2 Hours               1. The chief of police, sheriff or agency administrator
                                                                                           shall present written notification that the officer was
  2. Legal training ...................................................... 4 Hours
                                                                                           unable to complete the required training within the
  The subjects to be provided are at the discretion of the                                 specified time limit due to:
  Director of the Department of Corrections or his
                                                                                             a. Illness;
  designee and shall be designated as legal training.
                                                                                             b. Injury;
  2. 3. Career development/elective training.
                                                                                             c. Military service;
  Correctional officers and sergeants .................. 20 18 Hours
                                                                                             d. Special duty assignment required and performed in
  Lieutenants through wardens ............................ 36 34 Hours
                                                                                             the public interest;
    a. Subjects to be provided are at the discretion of the
                                                                                             e. Administrative leave involving the determination of
    Director of the Department of Corrections, Division of                                   worker's compensation or disability retirement issues,
    Institutional Services, or his designee. No more than                                    full-time educational leave or suspension pending
    eight hours of firearms training shall be approved as
                                                                                             investigation or adjudication of a crime; or
    elective subjects. Firearms training shall be applied as
    follows:                                                                                 f. Any other reason documented by the agency
                                                                                             administrator. Such reason must be specified and any
        (1) No more than four hours applied to firearms
                                                                                             approval granted shall not exceed 90 days an
        qualification as provided in 6 VAC 20-30-80; and                                     anticipated completion date provided. The department
        (2) Remaining hours eligible for situational or                                      will determine and approve a reasonable timeframe
        decision making training.                                                            based upon the justification provided with the
                                                                                             extension request.
Total Hours for Correctional Officers and Sergeants ........... 24
                                                                                           2. Any extension granted under subdivision C 1 e of
Total Hours for Lieutenants through Wardens ..................... 40                       6 VAC 20-30-40 shall require the officer to complete
6 VAC 20-30-40. Time requirement for completion of                                         in-service training prior to resuming job duties. Request
training.                                                                                  may be granted for periods not to exceed 12 months.
A. Every law-enforcement officer, jailor or custodial                                      3. 2. Requests for extension of the time limit shall be
officer, court security officer, process service officer, and                              received prior to the expiration of the normal in-service
officers of the Department of Corrections must complete                                    time limit.
compulsory in-service training by December 31 of the                                     6 VAC 20-30-50. How compulsory in-service training
second calendar year following satisfactory completion of                                standards may be attained.
the entry-level compulsory minimum training standards,
and must complete compulsory in-service training by                                      A. In-service training school/sessions.
December 31 of every other calendar year thereafter. In-
                                                                                           1. In-service training shall be obtained by attending and
service training hours may be carried over from the first
                                                                                           completing an approved in-service training school or a
calendar year to the second calendar year of the two-year
                                                                                           series of approved in-service training sessions which
period. However, should the required training be                                           combined comply with the compulsory in-service
completed within the first calendar year of the two-year                                   training standards. Such training must be attended at a
period, such training shall be reported to the department
                                                                                           certified training academy unless provided otherwise in
and a new due date for completion of in-service training
                                                                                           accordance with 6 VAC 20-30-50, subsections B and C.
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  2. Criminal justice officers attending approved in-service            have attended or will attend the course for which
  training shall not be placed on duty or on call except in             approval is requested.
  cases of emergency.
                                                                        Subsection B 2 of 6 VAC 20-30-30 This subdivision
  3. Individuals who maintain training certification in                 shall not apply to any criminal justice agency or certified
  secondary functions may comply with the compulsory                    training academy in this Commonwealth.
  in-service training standards by attending 40 hours of
                                                                     C. In-service credit for electronically transmitted multi-
  approved in-service training, provided that all legal
                                                                     media criminal justice programming. The department may
  training requirements are included for the designated
                                                                     establish guidelines to approve job-related electronically
  secondary      function(s)   and     that     the career
                                                                     transmitted programs. Any such policy shall provide for no
  development/elective training is job related.
                                                                     more than eight hours training credit annually and shall
B. Partial in-service credit.                                        establish all administrative requirements.
  1. Individual. Upon written request of the chief of police,           1. Tested multimedia training. Training received via
  sheriff or agency administrator, the director may                     multimedia programs utilizing computer-generated or
  authorize attendance and successful completion of job-                agency-administered objective-based testing may be
  related courses for partial in-service credit. [ Such                 applied toward in-service credit if:
  request shall be submitted no later than 60 days
                                                                          a. The training program is approved by the academy
  following the last day of the course. ] Whenever
                                                                          director or designee, and the instructional topic is
  possible, such request should be submitted prior to the
                                                                          directly related to criminal justice;
  beginning date of the course. Any request for partial
  in-service credit shall include the name of the sponsoring              b. A post-viewing objective-based examination
  agency, name and location of the course, and a                          covering the instructional material is administered to
  curriculum which shall include at a minimum the date,                   the student by the academy director or designee, or
  time and instructor for each subject included in the                    administered via the multimedia presentation, and the
  course. Attendance shall be documented and records                      student has no access to the examination or ability to
  maintained as required by the records retention policy of               affect, alter, or destroy the examination questions or
  the department submitted to the department for approval.                examination results;
  All such requests from the Department of Corrections                    c. The student achieves a minimum passing score of
  shall be reviewed and endorsed by the training manager                  70% or above on a postviewing examination, scored
  prior to being forwarded to the department for                          by the academy director or designee, or the computer;
  consideration.
                                                                          d. All postviewing examinations administered, and
  2. Course. The director may approve job-related training                their results, shall be maintained in accordance with
  courses offered by agencies, institutions, or private firms             the appropriate Library of Virginia retention schedule.
  training providers that have not been certified as                      These records shall be made available to the
  criminal justice academies as meeting the requirements                  department upon request.
  to receive partial in-service credit. Requests for such
                                                                        2. Administrative requirements. The academy director of
  approval shall be submitted 60 days prior to the
                                                                        the certified academy that approves multimedia training
  commencement of the course on forms provided by the
  department. Courses meeting the minimum criteria may                  shall determine the number of hours of in-service credit
  be approved for one year or until the course content is               to be awarded for each multimedia training session.
  revised, whichever occurs first. The sponsoring agency             6 VAC 20-30-60. Requirements for in-service training.
  provider shall document attendance and maintain records
  as required by the records retention policy of the                 A. A curriculum listing the subject(s), instructor(s), date(s)
  department. It shall be the responsibility of the officer          and times for the entire proposed training session shall be
  receiving training to ensure that documentation of                 submitted to the department 30 days prior to the beginning
  attendance is submitted to a certified training academy            of each such proposed session. An exemption to the 30-day
  for tracking and subsequent submission to the                      requirement may be granted for good cause shown by the
  department. The sponsoring agency shall also certify to            academy director. In-service training shall be provided
  the agency administrator that the officer successfully             under the authority of a certified academy. At the option
  completed the course. The department shall only                    of the certified academy, such training may be conducted
  consider for approval requests from agencies,                      by the main academy or at an approved satellite academy.
  institutions, or private firms providers where there is an         The certified academy may conduct training at an offsite
  indication that criminal justice officers from Virginia            facility if the facility is approved and an academy staff
                                                                     member acts as the coordinator for the program. The

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academy director shall provide the department field                  A. Law-enforcement officers, jailors or custodial officers,
coordinator the date, time, and location of such training at         courtroom security officers and process service officers
least seven days in advance of the program. Failure to               shall qualify annually with a minimum passing score of
provide such notification negates the training approval.             70% on one of the following courses:
All necessary records must be maintained and
                                                                        1. Virginia Modified Double Action Course for
documentation kept on file in accordance with the certified
                                                                        Revolvers, 60 rounds, 7, 15, 25 yards shooting.
academy policy. Roll call training shall not be approved
for in-service training.                                                2. Virginia Modified Double Action Course for Semi-
                                                                        automatic Pistols, 60 rounds, 7, 15, 25 yards shooting.
B. In-service training which that is approved shall be
subject to inspection and reviewed review by the                        3. Virginia Modified Combat Course I, 60 rounds, 25,
department. The department may deny in-service credit                   15, 7 yards shooting.
for any training that is not in compliance with training
                                                                        4. Virginia Modified Combat Course II, 60 rounds, 25,
standards.
                                                                        15, 7, 5, 3 yards shooting.
C. The department may suspend the approval of an
approved in-service training school or session upon written             5. Virginia Qualification Course I, 50 rounds, 25 to 5
notice, which shall contain the reason(s) upon which the                yards shooting.
suspension is based, to the academy's director. The                     6. Virginia Qualification Course II, 60 rounds, 3 to 25
academy's director may request a hearing before the                     yards shooting.
director or his designee. The request shall be in writing and
must be received by the department within 15 days of the                7. Virginia Tactical Qualification Course I, 50 rounds, 5
date of the notice of suspension. The academy's director                or 7, 25 yards shooting.
may appeal the director or designee's decision to the board             8. Virginia Tactical Qualification Course II, 36 rounds,
or its designee.                                                        3-25 yards shooting.
D. The department may revoke the approval of any training            Target - Silhouette (B21, B21X, B27, Q)
school or session upon written notice, which shall contain
the reason(s) upon which the revocation is based, to the             60 rounds
academy's director. The academy's director may request a             Double action only
hearing before the director or his designee. The request
shall be in writing and must be received by the department           Minimum qualifying score - 70%
within 15 days of the date of the notice of revocation. The               a. Phase 1 - 7 yards, hip shooting, crouch position, 24
academy's director may appeal the director or designee's                  rounds
decision to the board or its designee. C. A certified
instructor may receive in-service credit for training                     Load 6 rounds, fire 1 round on whistle (2 seconds),
conducted on an hour-for-hour basis. No more than 16                      repeat or fire 2 rounds on whistle (3 seconds), repeat
hours may be credited for in-service training per two-year                Load 6 rounds, fire 2 rounds on whistle (3 seconds),
in-service period. In addition, each topic my be credited                 repeat
toward in-service training only once per two-year in-
service period.      This provision only applies to the                   Load 6 rounds, fire 12 rounds on whistle (30 seconds)
instructor that prepares and conducts the training. In-                   b. Phase 2 - 15 yards, point shoulder position, 18
service credit is expressly prohibited for role players and               rounds
evaluators.
                                                                          Load 6 rounds, fire 1 round on whistle (2 seconds),
6 VAC 20-30-80. Firearms training.                                        repeat or fire 2 rounds on whistle (3 seconds), repeat
Every criminal justice officer required to carry a firearm in             Load 6 rounds, fire 2 rounds on whistle (3 seconds),
the performance of duty shall qualify annually using the                  repeat
applicable firearms course set forth below. Annual range
qualification shall include a review of issues/policy                     Load 6 rounds, fire 6 rounds on whistle (12 seconds)
relating to weapons safety, nomenclature, maintenance and                 c. Phase 3 - 25 yards, 90 seconds, 18 rounds
use of force. With prior approval of the director, a
reasonable modification of the firearms course may be                     Load 6 rounds, on whistle:
approved to accommodate qualification on indoor ranges.                   fire 6 rounds, kneeling, strong hand; reload
No minimum number of hours is required.
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   reload fire 6 rounds, standing behind barricade, strong                 (1) (Kneeling position       may be      fired   using
   hand (kneeling position may be fired using barricade)                   barricade.)
   d. Scoring.                                                             (2) (Weapons which do not have a double action
                                                                           capability will require the first round be chambered
     (1) B21, B21X targets: use indicated K value with a
                                                                           manually.)
     maximum 300 points; divide by 3 to obtain
     percentage.                                                         e. Scoring.
     (2) B27 target: 8, 9, 10, X rings - value 5 points; 7                 (1) B21, B21X targets: use indicated K value with a
     ring - value 4 points; other hits on silhouette - value               maximum 300 points; divide by 3 to obtain
     3 points; divide by 3 to obtain percentage.                           percentage.
     (3) Q targets: any fired round striking the bottle area               (2) B27 target: 8, 9, 10, X rings - value 5 points; 7
     to its marked border - value 5 points, any fired                      ring - value 4 points; other hits on silhouette - value
     round striking outside the bottle area - value 3                      3 points; divide by 3 to obtain percentage.
     points.
                                                                           (3) Q targets: any fired round striking the bottle area
 2. Virginia Modified Double Action Course For                             to its marked border - value 5 points, any fired
 Semi-Automatic Pistols.                                                   round striking outside the bottle area - value 3
                                                                           points.
   Target - Silhouette (B-21, B-21X, B-27, Q)
                                                                       3. Virginia 50 round Tactical Qualification Course for
   Minimum Qualifying Score - 70%
                                                                       Revolvers and Semi-automatic Pistols.
   a. Each officer is restricted to the number of
                                                                       Target - silhouette (B21, B21X, B-27, Q) Minimum
   magazines carried on duty. Magazines shall be loaded
                                                                       Qualifying Score 70%
   to their full capacity. The range instructor shall
   determine when magazines will be changed.                             a. Each officer is restricted to the number of
                                                                         magazines carried on duty. Magazines shall be loaded
   b. Phase 1 - 7 yards, hip shooting, crouch position,
                                                                         to full capacity. The range instructor shall determine
   load magazine, fire 1 round double action on
                                                                         when magazines will be changed.
   command (2 sec.), or fire 2 rounds (3 seconds), make
   weapon safe, holster, repeat until 6 rounds have been                 b. Phase 1 - On 5 or 7 yard line or fraction thereof,
   fired.                                                                point shoulder shooting, fire 2 rounds on command in
                                                                         3 seconds for 12 rounds. Between each 2 rounds
     (1) On command, draw and fire 2 rounds (3 sec.),
                                                                         holster, repeat until all rounds have been fired.
     make weapon safe, holster, repeat until 6 rounds
     have been fired.                                                      (1) On command, draw and fire 6 rounds in 8
                                                                           seconds from point shoulder positions.
     (2) On command, draw and fire 12 rounds in 20
     seconds, make weapon safe, and holster.                               (2) On command draw and fire 4 rounds strong hand
                                                                           only, point shoulder point in 8 seconds.
   c. Phase 2 - 15 years point shoulder position. On
   command, draw and fire 1 round (2 sec.), or draw and                    (3) On command, fire 4 rounds, weak hand only,
   fire 2 rounds (3 sec.), make weapon safe, holster,                      point shoulder position in 10 seconds.
   repeat until 6 rounds have been fired.
                                                                         c. Phase 2 - 15 yard point shoulder position
     (1) On command, draw and fire 1 round (2 sec.), or
                                                                           (1) On command, draw and fire 2 rounds in 3
     2 rounds (3 sec.), make weapon safe, holster, repeat
                                                                           seconds for 6 (optional to reholster after each 2
     until 6 rounds have been fired.
                                                                           rounds)
     (2) On command, draw and fire 6 rounds (12 sec.),
                                                                           (2) On command, draw and fire 6 rounds in 12
     make weapon safe, holster.
                                                                           seconds, holster.
   d. Phase 3 - 25 yards, kneeling and standing position.
                                                                         d. Phase 3 - 25 yard, kneeling and standing position on
   On command, assume kneeling position, draw weapon
                                                                         command, assume a kneeling position, draw weapon
   and fire 6 rounds, then fire 6 rounds weak hand,
                                                                         and fire 6 rounds behind a barricade, than fire 6 rounds
   standing, barricade position, then fire 6 rounds strong
                                                                         strong hand, standing barricade position, until a total
   hand, standing, barricade position, until a total of 18
                                                                         of 12 rounds have been fired for a total of 45 seconds
   rounds have been fired. ( 70 seconds)
                                                                         for semi-automatic pistols or 60 seconds for revolvers.
                                                                         A kneeling position may be fired using a barricade.)

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    e. Scoring:                                                           special weapons, shall design an appropriate
                                                                          qualification weapons program and require all
      (1) B21, B21x targets: use indicated K value with a
                                                                          applicable personnel to complete annually.
      minimum of 250 points: Multiply by.4 to obtain
      percentage.                                                         b. The course, number of rounds to be fired and
                                                                          qualification score shall be determined by the agency
      (2) B27 target: 8, 9 and 10 X rings-value 5 points, 7
                                                                          or approved training school. Documentation of such
      ring - value 4 points, other hits on silhouette - value
                                                                          qualification programs shall be available for
      3 points; multiply by.4 to obtain percent.
                                                                          inspection by the director or staff.
      (3) Q target: any fired round striking the bottle area
      to its marked border - value 5 points, any fired               NOTICE: The forms used in administering 6 VAC 20-30,
      round striking outside the bottle area - value 3               Rules Relating to Compulsory In-Service Training
      points.                                                        Standards for Law-Enforcement Officers, Jailors or
                                                                     Custodial Officers, Courtroom Security Officers, Process
B. Officers of the Department of Corrections, Division of            Service Officers and Officers of the Department of
Institutional Services Operations.                                   Corrections, Division of Operations, are listed below. Any
  1. Handgun                                                         amended or added forms are reflected in the listing and are
                                                                     published following the listing.
    a. Double Action Combat Course.
      - Target - Silhouette                                                                   FORMS
      - 60 rounds                                                    Individual Partial In-Service Credit, DCJS Form PIC-1
                                                                     Form [ , ] eff. 9/93 [ ( ] rev. 11/05 [ ) ] .
      - Double action only
      - Minimum qualifying score - 70% (points per hit on
      silhouette - minimum 210 points out of a possible
      300 points)
      - 7 yards - two handed crouch - 6 rounds (one on
      whistle)
      - 7 yards - two handed crouch - 6 rounds (two on
      whistle)
      - 7 yards - two handed crouch - 12 rounds (30
      seconds from whistle)
      -15 yards - two handed point shoulder - 6 rounds
      (one on whistle)
      - 15 yards - two handed point shoulder - 6 rounds
      (two on whistle)
      - 15 yards - two handed point shoulder - 12 rounds
      (30 seconds from whistle)
      - 25 yards - two handed point shoulder - 6 rounds
      (10 seconds/right hand)
      - 25 yards - two handed point shoulder - 6 rounds
      (10 seconds/left hand)
C. Law-enforcement officers, jailors or custodial officers,
courtroom security officers, civil process officers and
officers of the Department of Corrections, Division of
Institutional Services Operations.
  1. Special weapons.
    a. All agencies whose personnel possess, or have
    available for immediate use, shotguns or other similar

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