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Forms and Resources

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Agency Forms and Documents

Use of Force/Firearms Forms:

Vermont Crime Victims' Rights Form

This customizable document was designed by victim advocates and law enforcement to assist police officers in notifying victims of crime of their rights and the support services available to them. It exceeds law enforcement’s statutory obligation as prescribed in Title 13, Chapter 165 and 167 to notify crime victims of their rights. This form has been endorsed by the Vermont Criminal Justice Training Council.

Directions for Use

  • Agencies should fill out the highlighted portions of this document with their relevant local information.  This information includes:
    • The Agency’s name, street address, and phone number.
    • The local state’s attorney’s name, their respective county, the office’s street address, and it’s phone number.
    • The local domestic and sexual violence network program(s) information, to include, the name of the program and how to contact it.
  • After filling in the agency specific information, this document should then be printed and copied as a double-sided hand-out.

Vermont Elder Abuse Form, Guide, and Resources

Level III (Full-Time) Academy Forms

Please Note: These forms are not intended for individuals - your hiring agency will provide you with required paperwork

Level I and II Officer Process Forms (Formerly the Part-Time Process)

Phase One - Level I and II Academy Forms

Please Note: These forms are not intended for individuals - your hiring agency will provide you with required paperwork

Please Note: Effective with the January 2014, the Level I & II Academy will require the medical packet.

Phase Two - Additional Training Hours

Phase Three - Field Training and Evaluation Program (FTEP)

Completion of Level l and ll Process

Field Training Officer

In order to be certified as a Field Training Officer (FTO), an officer must:

  • Attend the FTO Certification Course
  • Submit the FTO Certification Application (see below)
    • Initial certifications are only valid for two (2) years following the completion of the Field Training Officer SChool or Certification
    • All FTO certifications expire December 31st
  • To maintain a FTO certification, officers must attend a FTO Update Course every two (2) years AND submit a FTO Certification Application (see below)

Field Training Officer Forms

Waiver Process

Acronyms Used in Training

Police Agency Contacts

Youth Services Resources