Wilmington Police Department
The Wilmington Police Department is here to serve Wilmington’s local residents, second home-owners, businesses and visitors. We understand the unique challenges a resort town can bring to law enforcement and the balanced approach the Police Department and its officers must employ.
Integrity, transparency, and accountability are among our highest priorities with a focus on reducing crime and the fear of crime.
On behalf of all the officers and dispatch staff at the Wilmington Police Department we are honored to serve the community and its visitors.
We welcome questions, comments or suggestions and are always looking for feedback on how we can improve the quality of life in Wilmington. Please feel free to contact me at the Wilmington Police Department.
Chief of Police
It is the mission of the Wilmington Police Department to safeguard the lives and property of the people we serve, to reduce the incidence and fear of crime, and to enhance public safety while working with the community to improve the quality of life.
The Wilmington Police Department
is staffed to provide you with service whenever you may need it. An officer is available 7 days a week, 24 hours per day. Contact us at:
Emergency – Dial 911
Non-Emergency – 802-464-8593
Fax – 802-464-8595
Wilmington Police Department
40 Beaver St, PO Box 76
Wilmington, VT 05363
Meet our Staff:
Matthew Murano – Chief of Police
Sasha Kondraski – Detective
Joseph Carcich – Patrol Officer
Shawn Hammond – Patrol Officer
Andrew Kirkman – Patrol Officer
Kayla Healy – Patrol Officer
Ryan O’Neil – Patrol Officer
Susan Luchsinger – Dispatcher
Eric St.Denis – Dispatcher
Knowles Wentworth – Social Worker
WPD in the Community
Report / Discovery Requests: Requests must be made in writing and should include the Requester’s contact information (Name / Address / Phone Number,) a Case Number (if available) and/or any other pertinent information. Submit your request along with the fee to the Wilmington Police Department. Fees: $10.00/Report request; $45.00/Discovery request.
Combined Qualified Immunity Documents
VACOP Statement on Qualified Immunity and the State of Law Enforcement in Vermont
ALARM REGISTRATION FORM
BUSINESS INFORMATION FORM
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WRITTEN STATEMENT FORM
PRESCRIPTION DRUG DROP-BOX
Wilmington Police Department has the capability to accept unused and unwanted prescription medication from members of the public year-round. This program allows Vermonters a convenient and safe way to remove these “most dangerous leftovers” from their homes. In addition to the kiosk the Health Department has introduced mail-back envelopes for safe and secure drug disposal. Needles / lancets / syringes, liquid medications are a few of the items that are not accepted in this program. For a complete list of acceptable and unacceptable items, please see the poster above our drop-box located in the entryway of the Wilmington Police Department.
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