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Domestic Disturbance Ends In Shooting In Salisbury
Thursday, 11/17/11
State police say a domestic disturbance today ended with a man shooting himself after police were called to a home in Salisbury.
Vermont Edition
Vermont's Bias-Free Policing Policy
Wednesday, 11/09/11
By Jane Lindholm
The arrest of two migrant farmworkers during a routine traffic stop has effected a change in the state's bias-free policing policy, the Governor appointed an advisory panel to look at the state's investment in UVM and gold fever has struck in Central Vermont, again.  
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State Revises Its 'Bias-Free' Policing Policy
Friday, 11/04/11
By Ross Sneyd
The controversial arrest earlier this year of two migrant farmworkers led state police to revise their "bias-free" policing policy. The updated regulations were released Friday.
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Vt. Police Recover Body Thought To Be Lost Boater
Tuesday, 07/26/11
Vermont State Police say they have recovered a body in Lake Champlain and they believe it is that of a man who fell out of a boat off Ferrisburgh and disappeared.
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State Troopers Search For Impersonator
Friday, 06/10/11
Vermont State Police troopers are looking for an armed police impersonator who stopped a woman on Route 15 in Morrisville and assaulted her after ordering her out of her car.
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Police Use DNA Hit To Solve Bristol Burglary
Tuesday, 03/29/11
Vermont State Police say DNA tests of blood left at the scene of Bristol burglary helped lead them to a suspect.
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State Police Will Step Up Highway Patrols Over Holiday
Tuesday, 11/23/10
By Lynne McCrea
The Vermont State Police are stepping up highway patrols heading into the Thanksgiving holiday weekend. Lt. John Flannigan says the state police are part of a national campaign to increase seatbelt use.
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State Police Look To Consolidate Barracks
Thursday, 09/02/10
By Susan Keese
The Vermont State Police are looking for land to build a new barracks that would combine stations in Rockingham and Brattleboro.
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Vermont State Police Agree To Pay Cut
Friday, 03/05/10
Unionized Vermont State Police troopers will be asked to approve a new contract with the state that includes a 3 percent pay cut.
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State Police Explore Merging Two Barracks
Friday, 02/05/10
The Vermont State Police could study the possibility of merging the Shaftsbury and Rutland barracks into one facility.
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Head Of Vermont Police Academy Resigns
Friday, 01/15/10
The executive director of the Vermont Criminal Justice Training Council, which manages the Vermont Police Academy, has resigned. R.J. Elrick resigned Thursday, a day after he submitted a resignation letter.
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Questions Mount Over Controversy At Police Academy
Thursday, 01/21/10
By Nina Keck
Vermont's police academy has been rocked by controversy over the past week and questions about what's been going on at the facility are mounting.
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Police Academy Supervisor Takes Own Life
Sunday, 01/17/10
Vermont State Police say their investigation continues after a Police Academy supervisor killed himself following the confiscation of his home computer as part of a child pornography investigation.
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Stowe police officer hits pedestrian with car
Friday, 07/24/09
Vermont State Police say a Stowe woman is recovering from a broken wrist and a laceration after she was hit by a town police cruiser while walking near the middle of a local road.
Vermont Edition
State Police Director Colonel James Baker
Tuesday, 04/14/09
By Jane Lindholm
We'll talk with the outgoing head of the Vermont State Police about  efforts to combat drug trafficking and sex crimes, policy changes regarding illegal farm workers in Vermont, and  other issues.
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Vt. State Police: Missing NY hiker found dead
Friday, 03/27/09
Vermont State Police say a New York hiker missing on the Long Trail has been found dead.
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L'Esperance named new state police commander
Wednesday, 03/25/09
A 21-year veteran of the state police force has been picked to lead it.
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Sheldon teen's disappearance unsolved
Thursday, 03/19/09
On the fifth anniversary of the disappearance of a 17-year-old girl, her whereabouts remain a mystery.
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Study recommends changes to law enforcement
Monday, 02/23/09
A report prepared for the Legislature has recommended changes to law enforcement in Vermont.
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Aggressive driving crackdown takes hold
Tuesday, 02/10/09
By Ross Sneyd
A Vermont State Police crackdown on aggressive driving on Interstate 89 already has resulted in a slew of tickets.
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Police won't release video of trooper-involved shooting
Tuesday, 12/30/08
The Vermont State Police say they won't release dashboard video of a trooper firing two shots at a man who aimed a weapon at her at a Bethel apartment complex.
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Head of Vermont State Police announces retirement
Friday, 12/05/08
Vermont Public Safety Commissioner Thomas Tremblay says Baker will continue to focus on his duties until he leaves his post, which will be no later than June 30 of next year.
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State's top cop says economy leads to crime spike
Monday, 11/24/08
Col. James Baker made the comments in the aftermath of the second police-involved shooting in Vermont in less than a week.
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Police: Suspect shot after gunbattle with trooper
Friday, 11/21/08
Police say a man wounded in a gunfight with a Vermont State Police trooper has been charged with attempted murder.
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Police investigating officer shooting in Proctor
Thursday, 11/20/08
Police say the suspect is being treated for injuries received in the shooting Wednesday evening.
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