The Attorney General is the chief law enforcement officer in the state. Our office represents the state in all matters in which the state is a party or has an interest. We are dedicated to the protection of the health and safety of all Vermonters.
Everyone deserves to be safe at home. October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. If you are concerned about your safety, help is available. You can talk or chat with help 24/7. Make a connection here: http://vtnetwork.org/get-help #vermontNetwork #DomesticViolenceAwarenessMonth2021
Our “raise the age” law is a smart-on-crime approach that treats kids as kids in our juvenile justice system, not our adult criminal system. We can enhance public safety and reduce incarceration and recidivism by implementing this law as scheduled. #vtpoli
Car buying is something most of us will do only a handful of times in our lives. How can we properly prepare for the moment we come face to face with a car seller? There are some things consumers can do to prepare for the big purchase. On Friday, the Consumer Assistance Program’s Assistant Director Lisa Jensen appeared on Across the Fence to share car buying tips. Check out the show and the CAP blog for some car buying insight: blog.uvm.edu/cap
For those looking to learn more about the difficult history of the treatment of indigenous people in northern New England, UVM is today offering a free viewing and community discussion of the documentary Dawnland. More information can be found here: www.uvm.edu/ccp/indigenous-peoples-day-programming
Vermont’s lobbyist registration and disclosure law applies to certain communications with and activities directed at the Attorney General. Prior to any interactions with the Office of the Vermont Attorney General, you are advised to review Title 2, Sections 261-268 of the Vermont Statutes Annotated, as well as the Vermont Secretary of State’s most recent guide to compliance, available at https://www.sec.state.vt.us/elections/lobbying.aspx.