Colorado’s winter is in full swing and with several more months of icy roads predicted, the Colorado State Patrol wants you to know how to keep yourself and others including first responders and emergency operation vehicles safe on roadways.
The Colorado State Patrol is the first law enforcement agency to have all active duty Peace Officer Standard Training (POST) certified officers earn the National Traffic Incident Management Training Certificate from the Responder Safety Learning Network.
Human trafficking is a crime that happens everywhere, including in all parts of Colorado. Yet, due to the complex issues that contribute to this crime, it often goes undetected and is difficult to prosecute.
As 2022 begins, the Colorado State Patrol urges drivers across Colorado to make one of the easiest and most important New Year’s Resolutions of all: staying alive by using a seat belt.
January 20, 2022
(HARRISBURG, Pa. and COLORADO) — The Emergency Responder Safety Institute (ERSI) congratulates the Colorado State Patrol (CSP) on becoming the first law enforcement agency to have all active duty Peace Officer Standard Training (POST) certified officers earn the National Traffic Incident Management Training Certificate from the Responder Safety Learning Network (RSLN.org).
January 19, 2022
(COLORADO) - Finding the right professional path can feel like an overwhelming task. Most of us are looking for a place to work that is more than a job, we are looking for a career where we can feel fulfilled and satisfied with the work we do each day.
January 12, 2022
(COLO.) – Many Coloradan’s started their Christmas morning off with family and friends opening gifts., including Karly Means, 26, of Centennial, who has a rare genetic condition called Williams Syndrome. As Karly unwrapped and opened a box prepared by her parents, she didn’t know that gift’s value could never be fit in a box.