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* Springfield Police Department
The Springfield Police Department provides law enforcement services to a population of approximately 9,100 residents, covering 49 square miles. Each year the Department responds to roughly 5,000 calls for service. The Springfield Police Department is a 24/7 police operations department. We currently are authorized 16 full time sworn officers and 4 full-time dispatchers.

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* Montpelier Police Department
The ultimate responsibility for peace, good order, and law enforcement rests with the community of citizens in a democratic society. The Montpelier Police Department will be devoted to providing professional and quality police services, and will strive to remain effective, efficient, and responsive to the changing needs of our community while providing a safe environment that enhances the quality of life in Montpelier.

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Fairhaven Police Department
Our goal is to provide information to the residents of the Town of Fair Haven as well as inform others about our great town.

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* Burlington Police Department
We are committed to policing with the citizens of Burlington to achieve a safe, healthy and self-reliant community. As the home to UVM, Champlain College and other area colleges, Burlington has become a mixed residential area of students and professional residents. Burlington boasts one of the most livable downtown districts in the nation. Each year visitors come to take in the restaurants, nightlife, shopping and culture.

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* Rutland City Police Department
The Rutland Police Department has been offering the Drug Abuse and Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.) for the past 11 years. In the last four years, the police have employed two sworn officers as School Resource Officers at the high school level and at the Intermediate and Middle School level. A DARE introduction is given in the spring of each year at the Elementary School level.

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* Middlebury Police Department
The Middlebury Police Department has a proud tradition of public service for over 100 years! As an active partner with our community, we are committed to improving our quality of life through through activities that reduce crime and disorder, improve the safety on our highways, and assist those in need.

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* Norwich Police Department
The Norwich Police Department shall protect and serve the community through co-active policing. We shall be compassionate, courteous and patient, acting without fear or favor or prejudice to the rights of others. We shall be professional, calm and restrained in the face of violence and apply only that degree of force which is necessary and proportionate to accomplish our lawful responsibility. We shall strive to reduce crime and the fears of the public as it relates to crime. We shall reflect the priorities of our citizens in the actions we take and; we shall respond to well founded criticism with a willingness to change

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* Winooski Police Department
It is the mission of the Winooski Police Department to provide professional, high quality and effective police service in partnership with the community. We, the members of the Winooski Police Department, believe that our work has a vital impact on the quality of life in our community. Currently seventeen officers, four dispatchers four civilian employees and three Code Enforcement Officers serve the City of Winooski on a full-time basis.

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* Waterbury Vermont Police Department
The Village area of Waterbury is patrolled and policed by a full-time police department. The area outside the village is patrolled by the Village Police Department, Washington County Sheriff's Department, and the Vermont State Police, with the State Police having jurisdiction.

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