Executive Committee Update

Dear Members, The ACSPP Board of Directors is pleased to announce the following changes and updates and elected officials to form the most recent Executive Committee of the Board: Bellamann Hee, your new ACSPP President of the Board JoAnna Pruitt, your new ACSPP Vice President of the Board Joe Mikita, your ACSPP Secretary/Treasurer of the … Continue reading

CCRS Announcement on PERA Attacks: Alamosa and Durango Events THIS WEEK

Members,                                                                                                                                                                                             10/7/2013 We want to keep you in the loop about upcoming events that will directly affect you and your retirement realities. PERA puts over $3.2 BILLION into Colorado’s economy every year. We are on a mission to make sure as many people around the state know how important PERA is. The need for … Continue reading

Sticker Shock: In Defense of Legal Defense

Call me biased, but I like Troopers. And I love the CSP Family that I’ve become a part of — from gaining friends in the Comm Center, Admins, VA’s alike. I like seeing you all safe, sound, and able to perform your duties without skipping a beat. But, in an already dangerous and thankless profession … Continue reading

Great News from PERA! ACSPP Update June 25, 2013

We have some great news to share with you all today surrounding your PERA retirement! Despite criticism and assaults on its sustainability and soundness, Colorado PERA released their Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR), and announced today that Strong Investment Returns During 2012 Add $4.6 Billion to PERA Trusts. The Denver Post followed suit and supplied this … Continue reading

Budget & Compensation | May 2013 Legislative Report

Members, In this report I wanted to start off with good news. Each year, the State law mandates that the off-the-top budget of the Colorado State Patrol cannot exceed six percent growth. In this year’s budget process, and what was passed through the legislature and signed by the Governor, was a large budget increase in … Continue reading