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State Overview

Domestic Violence Legislation:Yes (15 VSA § 1101)
NIBRS Status:Certified
Additional Data Elements:No
Law Enforcement DV System:Incident-Based
Service Provider DV System:Summary
Service Provider SA System:Summary


State Summary

Vermont's domestic violence statutes do include romantic relationships between same-sex partners. The state is certified to collect incident-based data, and all of the law enforcement agencies in the state report data to the Vermont Department of Public Safety Criminal Information Center. These data are available from the Department's Web site, along with a program that lets users create tables. No additional data elements have been added to what is required by the FBI.

The Vermont Network Against Domestic and Sexual Violence collects data from the local service providers, who access the system and submit data directly. These data are included in an annual report. The Vermont Center for Crime Victim Services collects information from victims applying for compensation, which is also provided in annual reports. Both agencies provide the reports online.


State Projects

No current projects.

Available Reports

General Crime

Domestic Violence

Sexual Assault

Violence Against Women


Sample Data Collection Forms

The Vermont Center for Crime Victim Services collects information from victims applying for compensation using this form:


Available Data

General Crime

Domestic Violence

Sexual Assault

Stalking


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