Criminal Justice Services, Department of; Board to waive fee for licensure & renewal thereof. (HB1921)

Introduced By

Del. Anne Crockett-Stark (R-Wytheville)


Passed Committee
Passed House
Passed Senate
Signed by Governor
Became Law


Department of Criminal Justice Services; regulation of locksmiths; waiver of fees. Requires the DCJS Board to waive any fees imposed for licensure and renewal thereof for any locksmith who performs locksmith services on a part-time basis provided (i) such services do not exceed 15 hours per week, (ii) such services are not related to such person's full-time employment, and (iii) the total value of such services in a calendar year does not exceed $10,000. Read the Bill »


Bill Has Failed


01/13/2009Prefiled and ordered printed; offered 01/14/09 090673480
01/13/2009Referred to Committee on General Laws
01/16/2009Assigned GL sub: Professional/Occupational/Adminstrative Process
01/27/2009Subcommittee recommends laying on the table by voice vote
02/10/2009Left in General Laws


Renae Jenkins writes:

Is this bill meant to waive only for retired persons or all persons?

If only retired persons, then would Social Security keep up with the income and hours?

How does the DCJS plan to police these persons?

Is it safe to assume that they will have to proceed with the fingerprint checks like the full time locksmiths? After all, it is for public safety.

What purpose will this bill serve if HB2603 passes and gets repealed?

Anyone who can answer some of my questions, please do. I would appreciate being informed on this matter. I had questions on HB462 that never got answered for some reason.

Please review SB1359, HB2603 and this one HB1921. Everyone ask questions find out more about the specifics on all.