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Date Police Exam Passed: 12 March '21
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Date Police Exam Passed: 14 February '21
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Date Police Exam Passed: 1 March '21
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Date Police Exam Passed: 15 Dec '20
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Date Police Exam Passed: 11 November '20
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Date Police Exam Passed: 8 March '21
The Vermont state troopers is the official deployed state police force in Vermont. 73 years ago, prior to the formation of VSP, Vermont’s law enforcement was county based. Since 1st July, 1947, Vermont state troopers is responsible to provide primary law enforcement services in Vermont. Approximately 500 troopers have jurisdiction throughout the state. The agency is lead by Colonel Matthew T. Birmingham. Almost 200 towns and 50% of the state falls under the jurisdiction of Vermont state troopers. VSP is headquartered at:
45 State Dr,
One year after its formation, in 1948, VSP has the very first three way functioning radio system that allowed the stations to communicate with each other and with the patrol cars.
VSP has evolved through the time and has proven its feasibility in crime control. Today, the agency also has a marine division for policing and patrolling the Lake Champlain. In addition to policing and patrolling, the marine division also provides boat safety classes to make sure that the waterways of the state are safe.
There are three divisions within the VSP:
• Field force division
• Criminal Division
• Support services division
As the application process of Vermont state police is rigorous and challenging, the candidates are directed to come well prepared for the Vermont state troopers test. Vermont state troopers test is a complete applicant process, comprised of 5 parts:
1. Written and physical test
A general knowledge based questionnaire for which the candidate would be given 3 chances to appear (after failing the first you would have to wait for 1 month to appear second time and in case you failed the second time too you would be given a third and last chance after four months of the second chance).
Physical strength will be measured through 1.5 mile run, sit and reach flexibility, bench press, sit-ups and pushups.
2. Psychological test
Candidate’s medical evaluation by the agency’s experienced medical specialists.
3. Polygraph test
Evaluating candidate’s responses on the basis of some specified criteria.
4. Background investigation
A complete background check, including- criminal record, personal history, social life and other activities from their past and present.
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