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September 14, 2018

PROMOTION ANNOUNCEMENT – LIEUTENANT/EMERGENCY SERVICES COMMANDER

 

STATE OF VERMONT

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY

VERMONT STATE POLICE

 

PROMOTION ANNOUNCEMENT – LIEUTENANT/EMERGENCY SERVICES COMMANDER

 

DATE:              Sept. 2, 2018

FROM:             Col. Matthew T.  Birmingham, director

PROMOTION:  Commander – Emergency Services Unit

 

 

Col. Matthew T. Birmingham, director of the Vermont State Police, is pleased to announce the following promotion:

 

Sgt. Cory Lozier, with the Narcotics Investigation Unit – North (DEA), to lieutenant/Emergency Services Unit commander at Headquarters. The promotion was effective Sept. 2, 2018.

 

Lieutenant Lozier has served the people of Vermont for more than 13 years. He was hired in 2005 and began his career as a trooper at the St. Albans Barracks. He was promoted to sergeant/patrol commander in St. Albans in 2013 before transferring to the Narcotics Investigation Unit in October 2017. Along with these duties, Lieutenant Lozier has served on the Tactical Services Unit since 2007.

 

The Emergency Services Unit (ESU) is a specialized component of the Vermont State Police made up of members who are cross-trained in various special teams to assist local, county and federal law-enforcement agencies. ESU was created to bring together a group of highly trained experts in their respective specialties to ensure the Vermont State Police remains current with national standards and ever-changing technology. These special teams include the Bomb Squad, Tactical Services Unit, K-9, Search and Rescue and the Crash Reconstruction Team. ESU members respond to critical calls for service and to large incidents within Vermont and occasionally in other New England states when requested.

 

Lieutenant Lozier can be reached at Vermont State Police Headquarters at 802-244-8727 and cory.lozier@vermont.gov. Headquarters is located at 45 State Drive, Waterbury, VT 05671. 

 

To find out more about the Emergency Services Unit, visit https://vsp.vermont.gov/esu.

 

 

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