VSP unveils new website, includes cold case info

By Shawn Cunningham
© 2016 Telegraph Publishing LLC

UnsolvedhomidcidemapimageAs part of its announcement of a website update, the Vermont State Police today unveiled a new tool for soliciting public help in working on 55 unsolved homicide and 35 missing persons cases.  The “unsolved” page features Vermont maps with clickable figures, each representing a case that is also clickable, to reveal current status and information for that case. It also gives a reader an avenue for leaving a tip for police.

“The launch of these pages will hopefully generate conversation, awareness and potentially new information to assist investigators.   These cases have a profound impact on the lives of victims’ families, loved ones and our communities,” said Major Glenn Hall, commander of the Criminal Division.   “We strongly encourage the public to submit any information that could help bring resolution to these cases.”

In addition to cold case information, the updated VSP site is loaded with content on the force including how it’s organized and an explanation of its rank structure. But its recruitment that seems to have a prime place on the site. There are explanations of pay grades, training and testing info as well as application procedure.

In all, the new site gives the public a much more detailed picture of the Vermont State Police.

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