Police

Welcome to the Milton Police Department web page. We are a Community oriented, full-service Police Department located on the northern edge of Chittenden County in the State of Vermont, the largest metropolitan area in the State. The Milton Police Department and its members strive for excellence through our interaction with the public. The Milton Police Department is dedicated to community policing, a model of policing which encourages cooperation between members of the Community and the Police Department to solve and prevent criminal activity.

Milton Police

Citizen's Police Academy

Have you always wondered what it is like being a Police Officer? Would you like to come and learn what we do on a daily basis? Apply for the 1st Milton Police Department Citizens Academy! Topics will include Motor Vehicle Law, Criminal Law, Community Police, plus Police Tactics to include Handcuffing, building searches, car stops, and working with K-9 Hatchi.

Facilitators:  Milton Police Department Officers
Dates: Each Wednesday beginning September 12 for 8 - 10 weeks. No class on October 31
Time: 6:00 p.m. for 2 – 3 hours per night
Location: Milton Fire Department
Fee: Free

Registration

Please register by completing the Citizen's Police Academy Application, or pick up an application at the Station. Class size will be limited to first 15 qualified applicants. Must be a resident of Milton and pass a background check.

Service Area

Milton has a residential population of approximately 10,500 people. Services are also provided to the numerous commercial and industrial customers located within our borders, as well as to daily visitors to our Town.

Staff

The Milton Police Department is comprised of 16 full time certified Police Officers and 2 part time officers. The Milton Police Department has a K9 program, two Detectives and one School Resource Officer.