§ 22.1-16.2

Child identification kits; child protection kits

The Board of Education shall develop, in cooperation with private entities, a program to provide parental access to child identification kits. The Board shall inform local school divisions about the availability of child protection kits from private entities and encourage the participation of private entities. The kits may include instructions and materials that may be used to compile identification information about the child, including a current photo, fingerprints, DNA samples, and important medical information and instructions for the proper safekeeping of the kit. In no case shall such kits be held for safekeeping by any school, school board, or other public entity.


2003, cc. 83, 86.


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