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UVM Police Services

UVM Police Services is a fully sworn police agency with statewide authority, whose primary role is public safety. Read more about us.

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UVM Police Services is a CALEA accredited law enforcement agency.

Press Release: UVM Police Seek Assistance Identifying Possible Witness

June 21, 2018 - The University of Vermont Police Department would like assistance in identifying a possible witness to a crime involving lewd and lascivious conduct that occurred at Spring Fest on April 28, 2018. New information has recently become available, and UVM Police are asking if anyone recognizes the male pictured at the link below. If so, please contact Officer Keehan White at (802) 656-3473 or via e-mail at
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UVM Police Services Customer Service Survey Now Open

March 2, 2017 - The 2017 UVM Police Services Customer Service Survey is now live! UVM Police is committed to always striving to improve the services we provide to our community. Your feedback helps us to ensure we continue providing excellent customer service in every aspect of our work, and that we can keep growing and getting better as an organization. You can take the 2017 UVM Police Services Customer Service Survey online here:

Spring 2017 UVM R.A.D. Self-Defense Program Registration Now Open

January 18, 2017 - UVM Police Services is offering R.A.D. (Rape Aggression Defense) self-defense classes for UVM women again this spring semester. The course is free and is open to all women at UVM, but registration is required. For more information and the full schedule, click here. Classes start on February 13, 2017. If you have any questions or would like to register, email

Operation Fire Cuffs 2016

November 30, 2016 - UVM Police Services is collecting donations of toys as part of Operation Fire Cuffs 2016. On December 15, all of the toys will be delivered to The University of Vermont Children's Hospital. You can drop off donations of new, unwrapped toys at UVM Police Services at 284 East Avenue. For more information, including a list of participating public service agencies, click here.

Love Conquers Hate

June 16, 2016 - In the aftermath of the shooting in Orlando, UVM Police Services has released this statement.

We Stand With You

November 12, 2015 - In light of recent events at colleges and universities around the country, UVM Police Services has released this statement.

What's New at UVM Police Services for 2015

UVM Police Services officers will soon be wearing Body Worn Cameras (BWC). You may also see officers in black vests, which are new carriers for equipment that has traditionally been carried on a belt. To learn more about these changes and why we have made them, visit our news page. You can also read the updates as a PDF by clicking here.

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