Cast Your Vote Colorado - 9th Annual "Best Looking Cruiser" Contest

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COLORADO -  The Colorado State Patrol has always taken pride in the vehicles they use to ensure safety, and now they are asking for help in showing them off across the country. Each year the American Association of State Troopers (AAST), holds the "Best Looking Cruiser" contest, setting the stage for a friendly competition between the 50 state police agencies to see who will land on a calendar for the following year. Voting began yesterday August 8, 2022, and goes through Thursday, August 25, 2022, at 3 PM. 

"Our vehicles are our offices.  They're distinct, unique, and embody what it means to be in Colorado by being both rugged and beautiful," says Colonel Matthew C, Packard, Chief of the Colorado State Patrol.  

This year’s contest will be tabulated through the SurveyMonkey website.  Voting is open to the public and we are hoping Coloradoans will cast their vote in the 2022 Best Looking Cruiser Contest.” You can access the website link to cast your vote by going to and scrolling through the state agency photos to find your favorite cruiser.  Hint: Your favorite is the Colorado State Patrol.

The winner will be presented with the "Best Looking Cruiser Award" and featured on the cover of the AAST's 2022 wall calendar; the next top competitors will be selected for individual months inside.  The calendar will be available for sale at after printing for $10.  Sales benefit educational scholarships to dependents of member troopers. 


Since our origin in 1935, the Colorado State Patrol (CSP) has focused on preserving human life and protecting property within our communities. Our 1,100 members embody the core values of Honor, Duty, and Respect in their daily jobs.  In addition to our expertise in motor vehicle safety on the state’s roadways, the CSP is responsible for the Governor and other dignitaries’ protection, commercial motor vehicle enforcement, hazardous materials, homeland security, communications, investigative services, criminal interdiction, community education, aviation operations, and more.