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Law Enforcement Officer Safety Act (LEOSA) concealed weapons qualifications are provided through CJSI-VA (DCJS #88-1503). Qualifications are by appointment only. Call 757-872-4132 for more information.

Any student needing additional copies of completion forms and certificates will be charged $10 per class.

At CJSI-VA, classroom instruction includes fingerprints and photo. This will be completed during the class. Individuals not taking class with us will be charged $10 for fingerprints and $10 for photo. Call 757-872-4132 to set up an appointment.

Range fees are included in the cost of all firearms training.  Student firearm rentals are available for $5.00 per gun.

Any student wishing to qualify with more than one handgun will be charged an additional $20 per handgun.
 

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Off-Site Training
CJSI-VA can also train your personnel at your location for a nominal fee.  A minimum number of students and a minimum eight day notification prior to the class is required.  Please contact us for details.

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40E - Bail Bondsman

"Bail bondsman" means any person who is licensed by the department who engages in the business of bail bonding and is thereby authorized to conduct business in all courts or the Commonwealth. (Source: DCJS Administrative Code 6 VAC 20-250-10)

 

"Property bail bondsman" means a person pursuant to this article who, for compensation, enters into a bond or does so through his agent and who pledges real property, cash or certificates of deposit issued by a federally insured institution, or any combination thereof as security for a bond as defined in §19.2119 of the Code of Virginia that has been posted to assure performance of terms and conditions specified by order of an appropriate judicial officer as a condition of bail. (Source: DCJS Administrative Code 6 VAC 20-250-10)

 

"Surety bail bondsman" means a person licensed pursuant to this article who is also licensed by the State Corporation Commission as a property and casualty insurance agent, and who sells, solicits, or negotiates surety insurance as defined in §38.2121 of the Code of Virginia on behalf of insurers licensed in the Commonwealth, pursuant to which the insurer becomes surety on or guarantees a bond, as defined in §19.2119 of the Code of Virginia, that has been posted to assure performance of terms and conditions specified by order of an appropriate judicial officer as a condition of bail. (Source: DCJS Administrative Code 6 VAC 20-250-10)

 

"All armed bail bondsmen must satisfactorily complete the firearms classroom training, practical exercises and range training, as prescribed in the Regulations Relating to Private Security Services (6 VAC 20-171) for handgun and for shotgun, if applicable, prior to the issuance of the firearms endorsement." (Source: DCJS Administrative Code 6 VAC 20-250-180)

 

For the complete Virginia Bail Bondsman regulation, click here.

 

For the Virginia Bail Bondsman Code, click here.

 

CJSI Tuition: $500.00

 

Hours of Training: 40 (additional 14 hours for 07E handgun training)

 

Curriculum: view outline

 

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Registration: To register in the state of Virginia as a Bail Bondsman, you must meet the Virginia Department of Criminal Justice guidelines, satisfactorily complete the 40E course (07E/08E-Handgun/Shotgun Training is optional) with a grade of 70% or greater for 40E, and 75% or greater for 07E/08E and submit the appropriate Virginia DCJS fees and forms which will be explained during the administration portion of the course.

 


40I - Bail Bondsman In-Service Training

Bail Bondsman In-Service training must be completed every 24 months, prior to expiration.  As with the entry level course, all appropriate Virginia DCJS forms and fees must be submitted to successfully re-qualify as a Bail Bondsman.

 

CJSI Tuition: $100.00

 

Hours of Training: 8

 

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