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State Police probe police shooting in Bristol
Tuesday, 11/18/08
The Vermont State Police and Bristol police are investigating what is being described as an officer-involved shooting in the town of Bristol.
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State Police delay dispatching changes
Monday, 10/20/08
The Vermont State Police are delaying a proposal to reduce dispatching and other services to local municipalities because of concerns by local officials.
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State Police works to trim budget
Thursday, 10/09/08
By John Dillon
A violent summer and a tight state budget have put a strain on the Vermont State Police. Officials have responded by reducing overtime, trimming expenses and cutting out-of-state travel.  
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State police adopt new policy on undocumented farm workers
Tuesday, 09/23/08
By Steve Zind
The director of the Vermont State Police says recent crimes against undocumented farm workers in Vermont have led to a new policy that will allow illegal immigrants to report criminal activity without fear of arrest or deportation. VPR's Steve Zind reports.
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Police have busy summer with high number of homicides
Monday, 09/15/08
It's been a busy summer for police across Vermont investigating homicides from one end of the state to the other.
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State police probe third theft of copper wire
Tuesday, 08/05/08
Vermont State Police say a utility substation in Charlotte has been hit by burglars looking for copper wire for the third time since May 27.
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State police warn that false Amber Alert is circulating in text messages
Thursday, 07/31/08
By Ross Sneyd
Vermont State Police have put out the word that a false Amber Alert has been circulating via text messages on cell phones.
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State clears troopers in death of man hit by crusiers
Wednesday, 06/11/08
Vermont's top law enforcement official says there will be no criminal charges for two state troopers who ran over a man in a road last December in Dover.
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Owner says Putney General Store will reopen
Tuesday, 05/06/08
The owner of the Putney General Store hopes to reopen the business that was heavily damaged by fire over the weekend, but he says he doesn't know how long it will take.
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Police investigate fire at Putney General Store
Tuesday, 05/06/08
Vermont State Police fire investigators say they don't know what caused the fire Saturday night that destroyed the Putney General Store.
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Colonel James Baker on Vermont State Police recruiting
Friday, 02/22/08
By Mitch Wertlieb
Senate President Peter Shumlin points to the under-funded State Police force says Governor Douglas' rhetoric on public safety isn't matching his record. Public Safety Commissioner Tom Tremblay says Shumlin is wrong, and chastised him for going public with his criticisms. Staying out of the political fray is Colonel James Baker, Director of the Vermont State Police. He speaks iwth VPR's Mitch Wertlieb about the recruiting challenge.
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Critics say budget leaves state police budget short
Friday, 02/22/08
Democratic leaders in the Vermont Legislature say Gov. Jim Douglas is underfunding the state police by almost $3 million.
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