The Vermont Law Enforcement Hockey Charities Inc., created this scholarship to provide financial support to a student involved in team sports who intends to pursue a career in public safety. The Bradley's were ardent supporters of the Vermont Law Enforcement Hockey Charities Inc.
First preference for scholarship recipients to be veterans of the United States Armed Services majoring in Sociology. Second preference is for scholarship recipients to be veterans of the United States Armed Services majoring in Criminal Justice.
This scholarship was created to recognize Mr. Blucher's 39 years of service to the Rutland Regional Planning Commission, as well as his commitment to education. This scholarship is offered to Rutland County students who seek a degree in land use planning, legal studies, political studies, emergency services, agriculture,...
This award shall be given to students enrolled in the Department of Criminal Justice at the University of Wyoming, with a GPA of 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) or higher, who are **current or former law enforcement officers and/or students who have demonstrated an interest in pursuing a career in local, state, or federal law enforcement.
Samuel W. Thompson worked for the State of Vermont for 39 years, serving as deputy sheriff of Caledonia County for more than six years. His family established this scholarship to honor his memory and life.
The Vermont Police Association created this scholarship in memory of Captain Mooney of the Rutland Police Department, who served for several years as secretary/treasurer of the Vermont Police Association.