ACSPP Store

Due to COVID-19 pandemic, the ACSPP store hours have been reduced to Monday, Wednesday, and Fridays from 9:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. If these times do not work, please call the ACSPP office and other arrangements can be made.  Also, store items can be packaged and mailed. The phone number for the ACSPP office is … Continue reading

Welcome!

Welcome to the Association of Colorado State Patrol Professionals! The leadership teams behind the Association of Colorado State Patrol Professionals and the Colorado State Patrol Family Foundation strive to improve communication about news that will impact you, so we encourage you to sign up for updates for both sites! You can do so right on … Continue reading

Masks for Kids and Teachers

Click on the following link to help the Colorado Motor Carriers Association and the Colorado State Patrol Port of Entry in sponsoring a drive to collect new masks for kids and teachers:  CSP-POE-CMCA-Mask Donation Flyer

Remembering Patrolman Harold Bechtelheimer

Please take a moment to include Harold Bechtelheimer in your thoughts today. Patrolman Bechtelheimer (Beck) was the first CSP officer to be slain in the line of duty. While patrolling US Highway 85-87 north of Colorado Springs, he encountered a green Buick traveling southbound at a high speed. Before Beck could approach the vehicle, the … Continue reading

CMCA, POE, and CSP Mask Donation

Click on this link to support kids and teachers:  CSP-POE-CMCA-Mask Donation Flyer The Colorado State Patrol, Port of Entry, and the Colorado Motor Carriers Association are collecting masks for kids and teachers until September 28, 2020.

Remembering Sergeant Willis Hugh Purdy

Please take a moment to include Sergeant Willis Hugh Purdy in your thoughts. Sergeant Purdy had finished his shift July 31, 1976 when dispatchers informed him of severe weather problems in the Big Thompson Canyon, west of Loveland. As Purdy proceeded into the canyon, he ordered evacuation in the lower areas below the canyon, a … Continue reading

Remembering Deputy Supervisor Arnold Gulzow

Please take a moment to include Deputy Supervisor Arnold Gulzow in your thoughts. On June 22, 1941, he was part of a detail directing traffic at Red Rocks Park. He was riding a motorcycle and passing stopped traffic when an automobile suddenly made a left turn in front of him. He was transported to St. … Continue reading