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.
On this World Elder Abuse Awareness Day, we must be vigilant and aware of the risk factors and signs of elder abuse. We must serve as supportive connections to older adults in our communities to prevent their social isolation—one of the main elder abuse risk factors. #WEAAD
We did it, Vermont! Together, we reached our goal of having 80% of eligible Vermonters vaccinated. The lifting of the remaining COVID-19 restrictions by Governor Scott is something we can all be proud of. /1
On this World Elder Abuse Awareness Day, we must be vigilant and aware of the risk factors and signs of elder abuse. We must serve as supportive connections to older adults in our communities to prevent their social isolation—one of the main elder abuse risk factors.
My office and DAIL created the "Finding Help" guide on help options for Vermonters experiencing elder abuse, exploitation and neglect. Learn more about how you can support elders in your community on the CAP Connection blog: blog.uvm.edu/cap/... See MoreSee Less
Come learn about the real workings of government in Vermont from the People's Law School. On Wednesday, June 16th from 6:00-7:30 PM, an expert from the Attorney General's Office will talk about the structure of Vermont's government, our system of checks and balances, and the differences between state and local governments.
The People's Law School is a series of free, virtual presentations on contemporary legal topics impacting the lives of Vermonters. It is a partnership of the Attorney General's Office, AALV.Inc., Vermont Racial Justice Alliance, the Vermont Institute for Community and International Involvement (VICII), and The Caroline Fund, with support from ACLU of Vermont. ... See MoreSee Less
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