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VA Police History

In 1971 the VA Police were established
Prior to Public Act 93-43 VA Hospitals were protected only by a uniformed guard service
A minimum of 40 hours per year of in-service training that has to be commpleted by each offier
VA Police Officers are hired after passing an interview process, a complete background investigation, physical examination, and drug screening
VA Police perform a wide range of law enforcement duties that include: vehicle and walking patrols, bicycle patrols, traffic enforcement, criminal investigations, crime prevention
Title 38, United States Code Section 901 & 902 vest an Officer with statutory arrest authority
Each officer is required to complete a 200 hour Basic Police Officer Training course at the VA Law Enforcement Training Center
The course is approved by the US Department of Justice and is accredited by the University of Arkansas
Accordance with the US Attorney Generals Office the Basic Police Officer training must be completed during the first year of employment
Created by: wck9phill