Middlebury Police Department
MPD is a full-service law enforcement agency responsible for providing police services to the Town of Middlebury and Village of East Middlebury 24 hrs/day. The department is staffed by 15 full-time police officers
and three full-time civilians, as well as several part-time employees.
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Town of Middlebury
Middlebury is a diverse community of approximately 8.500 permanent residents. It is comprised of 38 square miles located in the west central part of Vermont. Middlebury is the shire town of Addison County, which is largely rural. Middlebury, therefore, is home to many of the state services in the county, such as the courts, Porter Medical Center, Department for Children and Families, employment and welfare offices. It is also the center for education, business and industry in this part of the state. The Town has a village center where most services, retail, housing and industry are located. The remainder of the community is made up of scattered housing developments, agricultural land and the village of East Middlebury.
The community has two colleges - the 2,200+ student Middlebury College and the Community College of Vermont. There are three public schools in Middlebury - An elementary school with over 500 students, a regional middle school with 800+ students and a regional high school and vocational school with 1000 students. The area is visited year-round by tourists from all over the United States and Canada.
The Middlebury Police Department invites comments on both our service and employees. Compliments, concerns, complaints are welcome and the form can me found here. Our policy on professional assurance and the manner in which we investigate complaints and concerns can be found here.