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Emergency Communications

The Vermont State Police provides emergency communications services to the Vermont State Police, Vermont Department of Fish & Wildlife, local police agencies, county sheriffs' departments, constables, fire services, EMS services and other first-response agencies from two communication centers.

The civilian staff serving as call-takers and emergency communication dispatchers is a dedicated group that strives to provide the best service possible to the citizens and visitors of Vermont. There are about 64 full-time and part-time call takers and emergency communication dispatchers who provide 24-hour-a-day emergency dispatching. The role of emergency communication dispatcher is critical to delivering quality emergency services in Vermont. 

Vermont 911

If you have an emergency, please call 911. Otherwise, please contact your local barracks.



Emergency Communications Director

Christian Pedoty is the Vermont State Police Emergency Communications Director.  

He can be reached via our Williston Station.
3294 St. George Rd.
Williston, VT 05495