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Learn more about some of the services our agency provides the UVM Community and beyond. If you have any questions about these services, please contact us at 802-656-3473 or the Department's Community Engagement and Outreach Coordinator, Officer Sue Roberts.

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Honor Guard

For events such as graduation, speeches, or other ceremonies we have an Honor Guard. Our honor guard has previously worked events like Red Sox baseball games and Police Week. To request to have the honor guard at your event, please contact Sgt. Melanie Waldbrise or call 802-656-3473.

Police Reports

To request a copy of a police report, please contact Deputy Chief Mandy Wooster or call 802-656-3473.

Please be advised that reports may take longer to release as of March 18, 2020 due to the effects of COVID-19 on our operations.

Ride Alongs

As of March 18, 2020 we are no longer scheduling ride-alongs due to mitigate exposure of our staff to COVID-19.

Those interested in a ride along with a UVM Police Officer are welcome to fill out a Ride Along Application and a waiver to do so. If you have any questions, please contact us at 802-656-3473.

Cop Talks

UVM Police Services offers a wide variety of campus safety presentations and talks. If you are interested in having us come to speak with a group or at an event, please contact our Community Relations Officer Sue Roberts or call 802-656-3473.

Safety Escorts

The University of Vermont Police Services and Service Officer Team provides an escort service for students, staff and faculty whose circumstances require them to travel alone on campus, in isolated areas after dark, during times of low activity on campus or whenever there is concern for one's own personal safety.

The purpose of the safety escort is to provide a safe means of transportation for the University of Vermont Community during evening hours. Escorts are done between one campus building to another. One may request a safety escort by calling 802-656-3473 or 6-3473 from a university landline telephone. You will then be advised of the length of the wait, if any, for your escort.

R.A.D. Self-Defense classes

​Rape Aggression Defense Systems (R.A.D.) is the largest women's only self-defense program in North America with over 2,000 instructors who have trained over 80,000 women. R.A.D. is dedicated to teaching women defensive concepts and techniques against various types of assault, by utilizing easy, effective and proven self defense tactics. In addition there are discussions about avoidance techniques through self awareness, prevention and risk reduction. 

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