Virginia Association of Property & Evidence Professionals (VAPEP)
DATE: December 18, 2014
TIME: 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
100 5th St NE
Charlottesville, VA 22902
GS-17 retention schedule for public safety, procedures for reporting unclaimed property, and PERK kit inventory requirements.
The goal of the Virginia Association of Property & Evidence Professionals (VAPEP) is to promote education and training and increase the level of professionalism of personnel associated with the proper collection, preservation, storage, processing and disposal of property and evidence through cooperation and sharing of information with individual agencies.
There are two classifications of membership:
General Membership is open to those individuals involved in the processing and retention of property for criminal justice agencies within the state of Virginia on an individual basis.
Associate Member/Corporate Membership is open to those individuals indirectly involved with the property and evidence function, for or on behalf of, criminal justice agencies; or individuals directly or indirectly involved in the property and evidence function who do not work or reside in the State of Virginia. Associate/Corporate members shall not have the right to hold office or vote.
Currently, all memberships are no-fee and are valid from January 1 through December 31 of each calendar year.
Questions about VAPEP?
If you have questions about the Virginia Association of Property & Evidence Professionals, contact:
MPO Lynn Coulter, Property & Evidence Officer
City of Fairfax Police Department
3730 Old Lee Highway
Fairfax, VA 22030
The Virginia Association of Property & Evidence Professionals (VAPEP) is an affiliate organization of the Virginia Association of Chiefs of Police. The VACP acts as the management agent of VAPEP.