Each year we update our Virginia Rules curriculum to reflect the state law changes from the past General Assembly session. All new lesson materials for Virginia Rules instructors are posted on the Instructor Portal (login required). Selected Law Changes This is not a comprehensive list, but highlights some of the recent law updates that affect […]
One Pill Can Kill Today, Attorney General Miyares launched the “One Pill Can Kill” public awareness campaign. According to data from the Virginia Department of Health, emergency department visits for unintentional opioid overdoses have been on the rise for many years. Virginia localities have recently had to respond to a pattern of overdoses. We have taken […]
Virginia Rules curriculum has been recently updated to reflect law changes since 2020. All 26 topic materials have been updated – with new law changes and with updated statistics. If you are a current instructor or attended the recent School Safety Forum in Hampton, you may already have received the new materials. If you didn’t […]
As pandemic restrictions ease, we are excited to begin our in-person programs again. We will be offering Virginia Rules camps during the summer of 2022, starting with a just a few camps, and expanding next year. Watch for an announcement soon. We have also started planning for the annual School Safety Training Forum July 25-28, […]
In 2016 The Office of the Attorney General announced the launch of a new Virginia Rules lesson plan, Give It, Get It: Trust and Respect between Teens and Law Enforcement. We are excited to announce we have added a complementary e-learning module for the lesson, allowing students to learn on their own their rights and responsibilities […]
The new Virginia Rules module designed to educate teens on the laws concerning shoplifting and the consequences of that crime is now available online for instructors, and in summary format here.