About Colorado State Patrol Communication Centers


Colorado State Patrol's Communication Branch is on a mission to provide the best emergency communications and dispatch service in the state, in order to help and protect those in need who depend on us. This team is responsible for managing all dispatch, emergency communications resources, Information Technology (IT) services, and supporting IT infrastructure for the State Patrol. This includes but is not limited to:  All radios; radio encryption; radio access; all wireless devices, applications, and services; network servers and interfaces; Computer Aided Dispatch resources and systems administration.

Regional Communication Centers

The Colorado State Patrol employs civilians to manage the five regional communication centers located throughout the state. The regional communication centers dispatch for multiple federal, state, and local government agencies. An example of the agencies served includes the Colorado Bureau of Investigation, Division of Wildlife, Colorado Department of Transportation, and State Parks. In addition, some centers provide services to local police, sheriff, and emergency medical services.

There are five Regional Communication Centers: Alamosa, Craig, Denver, Montrose, and Pueblo. If you wish to apply for a position with CSP Communications, please apply for the location where you wish to work.

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