Now you have a central resource for laws concerning teenagers in the Commonwealth. Virginia Rules is an educational program especially designed to help instructors, parents and students understand the law as it applies to teens in their everyday lives.
News and Events
Virginia Rules offering overview, new resources
Plan now to attend a basic Virginia Rules program overview and get an updated Gangs workbook and new brochure, at an upcoming SRO/SSO training and at the annual School Safety Conference. Read more »
Teen Prescription Drug Abuse
One in four teens has used a prescription drug that was not prescribed to them. Assistant Attorney General Ann Reardon was recently a guest on WTVR's Virginia This Morning TV show to share some simple tips on how to help combat this growing trend. Watch the interview »
Newport News police aim at gang issue in middle schools
Middle school students are the focus of a new program by the Newport News Police Department designed to keep youth away from gangs and out of trouble. Read more »
School Safety Conference
Virginia Rules updates and new materials were presented at the School Safety Conference in Hampton, August 5 - 7, 2013. If you were unable to attend, you can log in and download updated materials.
Welcome from the Attorney General of Virginia
Dear Fellow Virginians:
Thank you for visiting our Virginia Rules website and for taking an active role in the development of Virginia's young people! Virginia Rules helps provide character education and teaches children their rights and responsibilities as citizens of the Commonwealth. We hope you find these resources to be helpful and informative. Read more »