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Welcome to the Vermont Department of Corrections official homepage.

On this website you will find information and resources about community safety, offender accountability, victim services, offender education and programming, community involvement, and community and reparative justice.

The Department of Corrections is a part of the Vermont Agency of Human Services.

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FAQ Page for Inmates Housed Out of State

Click Here for the latest information about the move from North Lake Correctional Facility in Michigan

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Requests for Proposals - Out of State Incarcerated Inmate Housing

2018-03-20: The Vermont Department of Corrections is soliciting proposals to provide for the confinement and supervision for up to 350 Vermont inmates in an out of state facility. These inmates are Minimum, Medium, and Close custody offenders under the Vermont Department of Corrections (VTDOC) classification system. However, they may score at higher custody levels under other states’ classification systems. Please provide appropriate information regarding your state’s classification system as well as laws and requirements for housing inmates from other states.

VERMONT MUST FIND NEW FACILITY FOR ITS OUT-OF-STATE PRISONERS

2016-12-29: Link to recent VTDigger.ORG article on Vermont Prisoners held in Michigan

Vermont Department of Corrections - Emergency Notification System

2014-03-03: The Vermont Department of Corrections has launched a new Emergency Notification System that allows us to alert you no matter where you are.

Delivery day for two rolling tributes to Vt. fallen soldiers

2013-05-31: "Kevin McLaughlin knows a good motorcycle when he sees one, but there are a few features on these that make them more than just bikes. His son, Scott, is one of the 42 Vermont soldiers being honored on two overhauled motorcycles-- each one of the stars on the bikes represents a fallen soldier. Scott McLaughlin made the ultimate sacrifice for our country when he was killed in 2005 in the global war on terror." Excerpt from story on WCAX.com

The Department of Mental Health says "Thank you"

2013-05-30: A "thank you" for the Department of Corrections and the Southern State Correctional Facility
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