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The Online Police Reports and Public Records Request Service is provided by the Vermont Department of Public Safety to allow citizens and businesses a means of paying for and requesting public records. Payment will be processed at the time of the online request. Any document resulting from the request will be shipped to in a timely manner. You should hear from the Department of Public Safety within 3 days of your order.
To request public records from the Department of Public Safety, you must provide either the Vermont State Police Case Number of the incident or the date of the incident along with the names of all parties involved and the type of incident. You must also have a valid credit card to pay for your request online.
You should use the Police Case Number whenever submitting a request. Having the Case Number will allow for a much quicker search and delivery of your record to you.
Contact the local Vermont State Police Station which handled the case and obtain the case number for the Incident. You may find out which local Vermont State Police Station handled the incident by using the Police Station Lookup Tool.
If you ordered your record online, you may check on the status of your order by clicking on the "Order Status" button in the green header bar at the top of this service. This link will lead you to the lookup the status of your order service. For more complex inquiries into the status of your order please contact the Department of Public Safety.
You may request public documents by mail by sending a letter to:
Vermont State Police
Attn: Report Requests
103 South Main St
Waterbury, VT 05671-2101
The records department confirms the receipt of your request and that the actual record exists. They then confirm that the investigation and report is complete. Once that is done, your record will be printed, redacted, and mailed.
You should hear from the Department regarding your request within three days of your order. The timeframe to have your order shipped to you will vary depending on the complexity of your request, the number of Police Departments involved, and the time it takes to redact information. The Department will endeavor to keep you informed of the status of your order.
Privacy law states that any information that if released would violate your right, or anyone else's right, to privacy must be redacted or removed when released.
Usually this means there are parts of the investigation that need to be followed up on. We will not release the report as it may jeopardize our investigation.
There are a number of exceptions to Vermont's Public Record Law. For more information on these exceptions, please see: VSA Title 1, Section 317, Paragraph (c) 1-29.
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