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Several test dates for 2005:
They need people so bad they give points for being a Vermont resident. Challenging academy though.

January, 2005 - The Vermont State Police are currently testing for the position of Trooper. Find out more by clicking the menu items above. Check the link above for upcoming test dates which were recently announced.

Welcome to the Vermont State Police web page.

A Vermont State Trooper is part of an elite group of people who strive to be the best they can be, both on and off duty. Troopers hold themselves to the highest standards and lead by example.

The Vermont State Police are the largest police agency in the State of Vermont and provide full police services to the citizens and visitors of this State.

The Vermont State Police offer a competitive salary, pension plan and benefits package. If you are looking for a career that offers job diversity, opportunity for advancement and gratification from helping others, apply now.

The Vermont State Police make a difference, join our team today and live in one of the best States in the country.

Eligible candidates, if not a US citizen, must be authorized by the Department of Homeland Security to work in the United States.

8/04 - Please Note - We are not accepting Auxiliary Trooper applications.

The Training Division is commanded by Lt. Craig Iverson. The Lieutenant may be reached at the following address and phone number.

Director of Training
Vermont State Police
149 Mulcahy Drive
Brandon, VT 05733
Telephone - 802-247-2812

The State of Vermont is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Discrimination because of race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, place of birth, age, or against a qualified person with disabilities, or any other non-merit factor is prohibited. Any applicant for employment who feels discriminated against in his or her opportunity for employment shall have the right to appeal. Such appeals shall be submitted in writing to the Commissioner, Department of Public Safety, 103 South Main Street, Waterbury, Vermont 05671-2101, no later than 30 calendar days from the effective date of the action being appealed.

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