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 28, 2022
(COLO) – Donations of blood see a sharp decline during winter months and the COVID-19 pandemic has complicated things further, canceling many blood donation events across our state and the nation.
January 24, 2022
(COLO) – Lifelong habits begin early and this is why the Colorado State Patrol is urging parents to become familiar with Colorado’s Child Restraint and Graduated Drivers Licensing law regarding seat belts.
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).