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Hinesburg Community Police

Emergencies:
911

Office Phone:
802-482-3397

Address:
10322 Route 116
Hinesburg VT 05461



Hinesburg Community Police Building

 
Do You Own a Local Business? Update Your Emergency Info

The Hinesburg Police Department is in the process of updating our Emergency Contact Information for local businesses. This includes all businesses, including home businesses located in the Town of Hinesburg.
Please take a few minutes to download and complete the Business Emergency Contact Information form for your business and mail the completed information to:

     Hinesburg Police, PO Box 1, Hinesburg VT 05461
     Or email it to: hinesburgpd@gmavt.net.

 
Vermont Marijuana Legalization Effort

The legislature is on the fast track in the effort to legalize marijuana. This has caused considerable concern in the law enforcement community among those who will be directly responsible to deal with the multitude of negative effects that will result. All we can do is attempt to educate so both the legislators and the public can make an informed decision before a road is taken with no turning back.

As a member of the Chittenden County Law Enforcement Executives Committee, the Vermont Association of Chiefs of Police, and a member of the Vermont Highway Safety Alliance, I ask you to take some time to read the letter we have prepared, as well as doing further research on your own. You may not want to ignore this proposed legislation, as people with hidden agendas hope it passes without opposition.

– Frank Koss, Chief of Police, Hinesburg
NOTE: The Town of Hinesburg has not taken a formal position on the legislation.

Spillman Demographics Summary Report

Effective September 1, 2014, as a result of a Vermont Senate Bill S-184, law enforcement agencies in Vermont are required to capture demographic information on enforcement and investigatory stops. The information collected is age, gender, race, reason for the stop and any subsequent searches. The law also requires the information to be made public.

At the beginning of 2014, the Hinesburg Community Police on it's own began obtaining this information on stops where citations were issued. We are providing a summary of the data collected to date and it will be updated as new reports are generated.
 
Hinesburg Community Police

Emergencies:  911

Office Phone:  802-482-3397
Non-Emergency calls during office hours (hours may vary)

24-hour Dispatch:  802-985-8051
Non-Emergency calls taken by the Shelburne dispatch for Hinesburg

Email:   hinesburgpd@gmavt.net

Location:  10322 Route 116, Hinesburg VT 05461
  (Next to the Hinesburg Fire Station)

Chief of Police:  Frank Koss
 Sergeant Caleb Casco
 Officer Anthony Cambridge
 Officer Benjamin Chiaravalle
 Officer Cameron Coltharp
 Officer Ben Hollwedel
 Officer Jeremy Hulshof

Department Staff:
  Administrative Assistant: Deborah Koss
  Community Volunteer: Doug Olufsen

Police and Public Safety Advisory Committee
  See the Committee Page

 
 
 
 
 

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Hinesburg, Vermont Chartered June 24, 1762

 

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