• The Port of Entry is Hiring Those with a Passion for Public Safety and Saving Lives.

    Colorado State Patrol Port of Entry is accepting applications through March 5, 2020 for a position that is scheduled to begin September 21, 2020.
    Learn about your Port of Entry Career Path Here.

  • Lateral Academy 2021-1

    Lateral Academy 2021-1

    We are preparing to accept applications for our lateral academy starting March 23, 2020 through April 5, 2020.  This lateral academy will start March 2021.  If you know a current law enforcement officer in Colorado who meets the below requirements have them apply! 

    For more information regarding whether or not your experience will qualify under the Lateral Program please contact a recruiter or Human Resources Analyst by email Sandie.Seegmiller@state.co.us.

  • 2020 National Seat Belt Enforcement

    Welcome, Law Enforcement ... we need your help!

    The National Seat Belt Enforcement Mobilization is May 11-31, 2020

    Statistics show that passenger vehicle occupants are buckling up more during the day, but not enough at night. This mobilization is created to increase awareness 24-7, but a strong enforcement effort is urged between the nighttime hours of 6 p.m. and 5:59 a.m. due to the significant number of violators and fatal crashes during this time.

  • Don't Drive Shamrocked

    Saint Patrick's Day Impaired Driving Prevention - March 17, 2020

  • National Distracted Driving Enforcement Mobilization

    April 6-13, 2020 / National Enforcement Mobilization

    April is National Distracted Driving Awareness Month and, in support of this traffic safety initiative, NHTSA will be kicking off its annual "U Text. U Drive. U Pay." national high visibility enforcement campaign to prevent distracted driving.

  • Colorado State Patrol Youth Academy

    20th anniversary of the Colorado State Patrol Youth Academy

    Colorado State Patrol Youth Academy
    July 19-25, 2020
    Applications Due by March 22, 2020
    Apply Now

  • Traction Law is in effect on I-70

    More Information

  • Pedestrian Safety

    In 2017, pedestrian fatalities in Colorado reached an all-time high. Ninety-three lives were lost last year, up 11 percent from the 84 pedestrian fatalities in 2016 and up 45 percent from 2015 when 64 pedestrians died. 


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