(COLORADO) – Do you remember what Halloween was like as a kid? The Colorado State Patrol sure does and we suspect that Steve from Blues Clues’ remembers as well. That’s why Steve, a.k.a. Trooper Josh Lewis, is delivering a special video message this Halloween to remind drivers of the responsibilities we all have while behind the wheel.
Slowing down and scanning the road are good tips while driving through any neighborhood or busy downtown areas, but particularly important on a high pedestrian night filled with excited children that may or may not be practicing safety skills like using a crosswalk or crossing at an intersection.
This special message will get released today at 4:30 p.m. on Colorado State Patrol’s social media pages. We hope Coloradoans watch and share this Halloween message to encourage our neighbors and friends to use safe practices while driving that keep our trick or treaters healthy and injury-free! Join us on Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook.
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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. For additional information, visit us online at Colorado State Patrol or follow us on Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, or Facebook.