Vermont, nicknamed as the Green Mountain State, is known as the leading producer of maple syrup. While Vermont is the second least populated US state, with 624,594 residents (as of 2016), the capital Montpelier is the least populated state capital. The largest city is Burlington, holding a population of 624,594.
Vermont is the safest US state, having the lowest crime rate in the country. In total, 118.0 violent crimes are annually recorded per 100,000 people across the state. Burlington and South Burlington have the most crime in the state, 128.5 per 100,000 residents. Despite this, Burlington would be easily considered a safe city in another state.
Robbery is relatively spread among other crimes in the city. However, the rate is still as low as 22 robberies per 100,000 people. The city has an unemployment rate of 2.5% and a poverty rate of 10.4%.
The safest cities are Northfield and Hartford. Capital punishment was abolished in Vermont in 1964.
Inmate records in Vermont can be obtained through an online searchable database which is managed by the Department of Corrections. Records can be searched by inmate name.
A sex offender registry for the entire state is also available online, however it is handled by the Vermont Department of Public Safety. Available search filters are name or county.