Virginia has no statute or court rule requiring recording of custodial interrogations.
On January 10, 2018 a Virginia State Senator introduced S.B. 734, which would have required law-enforcement officers to make audiovisual recordings of custodial interrogations in places of detention, when practicable. The bill was referred to the Committee for Courts of Justice, where it was not approved on January 17, 2018.
Departments we have identified that presently record:
|Arlington||Loudoun CS||South Boston|
|Campbell CS||Patrick CS||Virginia Beach|
|Chesterfield County||Radford City||Virginia Tech|
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