About Jocelyn Stohl

Lt. Jocelyn “Josh” Stohl is a 23 year veteran of the Vermont State Police. Her career as an officer ranges from Patrol Officer, Motor Vehicle Enforcement Officer, Child Abuse Investigator, Certified Fire/Arson Investigator, Patrol Commander and Station Commander and Commander of the State Police Search & Rescue Team.

Her assignment to the Search and Rescue Team encompassed 21 years of experience as a Field Team Member, Training Instructor/Coordinator & Commander.  Her duties included answering calls throughout the state for services, consulting with departments, evaluating the search & rescue urgency and response, risk assessment, activation of resources and direct oversight of incidences.  Additionally she instructed continuing education programs for the state team, volunteer professional SAR teams and first responders and coordinated state wide multi-organization training events.

Lt. Stohl's experience in SAR incidences involves lost and missing children, autistics, dementia, mentally disabled, hikers, hunters, walkers, skiers, climbers, despondent and suicides, homicides, accidental deaths, abduction, drowning, vehicle related and missing aircraft.

Ms. Stohl currently is an investigator for the Vermont Secretary of State Office of Professional Regulation and a volunteer certified canine handler with her 3 year old German Shepherd, “Justice

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