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2019 Session

Budget Bill - HB1700 (Chapter 854)

Department of State Police

Item 421

Item 421

First Year - FY2019Second Year - FY2020
Administrative and Support Services (39900)$26,969,041$26,969,041
General Management and Direction (39901)FY2019 $6,532,462FY2020 $6,532,462
Accounting and Budgeting Services (39903)FY2019 $2,096,886FY2020 $2,096,886
Human Resources Services (39914)FY2019 $2,281,203FY2020 $2,281,203
Physical Plant Services (39915)FY2019 $5,562,343FY2020 $5,562,343
Procurement and Distribution Services (39918)FY2019 $2,892,679FY2020 $2,892,679
Training Academy (39929)FY2019 $6,908,465FY2020 $6,908,465
Cafeteria (39931)FY2019 $695,003FY2020 $695,003
Fund Sources: 
GeneralFY2019 $26,236,975FY2020 $26,236,975
SpecialFY2019 $706,310FY2020 $706,310
Dedicated Special RevenueFY2019 $25,756FY2020 $25,756

Authority: §§ 52-1 and 52-4, Code of Virginia.


A. The Superintendent of State Police shall establish written procedures for the timely and accurate electronic reporting of crime data reported to the Department of State Police in accordance with the provisions of § 52-28, Code of Virginia. The procedures shall require the principal officer of the reporting organization to certify that the information provided is, to his knowledge and belief, a true and accurate report. Should the superintendent have reason to believe that any crime data is missing, incomplete or incorrect after audit of the data, the superintendent shall notify the reporting organization, as well as the Chairman of the Compensation Board and the Director, Department of Criminal Justice Services. Upon receiving and verifying resubmitted data that corrects the report, the superintendent shall notify the Chairman of the Compensation Board and the Director, Department of Criminal Justice Services that the missing, incomplete or incorrect data has been satisfactorily submitted.


B.1. The Department of State Police is authorized to charge other law enforcement agencies a fee for the use of the Virginia State Police Blackstone Training Facility related to training activities. The fee structure and subsequent changes must be reviewed and approved by the Secretary of Public Safety and Homeland Security. The Department shall deposit any moneys received from such fees into the Virginia State Police Blackstone Training Facility Fund.


2. The State Comptroller shall continue the Virginia State Police Blackstone Training Facility Fund on the books of the Commonwealth. Interest earned on the moneys in the Fund shall remain in the Fund and be credited to it. Any moneys remaining in the Fund, including interest thereon, at the end of the fiscal year shall not revert to the general fund but shall remain in the Fund. The Department of State Police shall utilize the revenue deposited in the Fund to (1) maintain and repair facilities at the Virginia State Police Blackstone Training Facility, and (2) acquire, maintain, repair or replace equipment at the Virginia State Police Blackstone Training Facility.