NEWPORT, Vermont— Chief Seth C. DiSanto is pleased to announce that Officer Josh Lillis and K-9 Ozzy of the Newport Police Department were recently recognized as the 2019 K-9 Tracking Team of the Year.
NEWPORT, Vermont— Chief Seth C. DiSanto reports that the Newport Police Department has charged a man with DUI after locating his vehicle stopped facing the wrong direction on I-91 yesterday.
NEWPORT, Vermont — Lt. Travis Bingham reports that the Newport Police Department arrested a woman Monday night following a break-in.
NEWPORT, Vermont — Police Chief Seth C. DiSanto reports that a man has been arrested and charged after an alleged attack near a foot bridge in the city.
NEWPORT, Vermont — Officer Joshua Lillis and K-9 Ozzy may be familiar faces among Newport locals, but the duo also made their debut as characters in a crime novel published earlier this spring.
HINESBURG, Vt. — The Vermont Association of Chiefs of Police (VACOP) announces that the annual Vermont Law Enforcement Officers’ Memorial Ceremony will be held this Friday.
Chief Seth DiSanto would like to inform residents about a phone scam seeking personal information, claiming that the call recipient has committed Social Security fraud.
HINESBURG, Vt. — The Vermont Association of Chiefs of Police (VACOP) is today encouraging the Vermont State Legislature to fund a statewide study of all law enforcement agencies to accurately collect data and offer authoritative conclusions on racial bias during traffic stops.
HINESBURG, VERMONT — The Vermont Association of Chiefs of Police (VACOP) has endorsed a bill that would offer police officers’ families the same monetary benefits already available to the surviving families of their fire and EMS colleagues.
HINESBURG, VERMONT — The Vermont Association of Chiefs of Police (VACOP) has been made aware of complaints lodged by the Burlington Police Department regarding a specific training exercise at the Vermont Police Academy.