About Us

Mark Anderson

Name: Mark Anderson
Email Address: manderso@ windhamcountyvt.gov
Title: Lieutenant


Lieutenant Anderson began his adventure in law enforcement after taking the Law Enforcement class at the Windham Regional Career Center. He has worked in numerous capacities in the Sheriff's Department, since 2004. He is a graduate of the Vermont Police Academy's 84th Full-time Basic for Police Professionals.

Lieutenant Anderson is the Executive Officer, responsible for contracting operations, administrative support and operations. He enjoys work in traffic safety and maintains several certifications in that area. He is the first deputy sheriff in the State of Vermont to become a Drug Recognition Expert. He serves as a RADAR and LIDAR speed measuring devices instructor as well as being trained as an Emergency Services Dispatcher. He also designed this website and serves as the Webmaster.

Lieutenant Anderson was previously the Vernon Division Chief, Administrative and Support Sergeant, where he was responsible for staff scheduling, grant management and training; a Patrol Corporal; a School Resource Officer at the Brattleboro Union High School District; and a Sexual Assault and Severe Child Abuse Investigator for the Southeastern Unit for Special Investigations (SUSI). He also was a non-lethal use of force instructor and an Oleoresin Capsicum instructor.

Lieutenant Anderson is currently serving in the Massachusetts Air National Guard as a Staff Sergeant and is pursuing a degree in Business Administration. He is the President of the Blue Knights Vermont II Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club.


Press Release from Lt. Mark Anderson

Man charged with attempted escape

Posted by: Mark Anderson on 02/21/2017 4:48 PM

Incident: 17WHC000958
Date: 2/21/2017
Location: Vermont Superior Court: Criminal Division, 30 Putney Road, Brattleboro
Investigating Deputy: Sergeant Christopher Norton

Accused: Dylan Class
Age: 22
City & State of Residence: Bellows Falls, VT

Charges: Attempted Escape

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