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Legislative Update and News: Your Report Corner

Among the many things that Association provides, starting in the 1970’s, one of the largest reasons the ACSPP exists was and still is to protect, promote, educate, and fight for your benefits outside of what the agency already provides.  Whether it’s fighting to save and enhance your PERA, increase your compensation or benefits, the Associations’ Lobbyist is of one of the most premiere in the entire state of Colorado; learn more about Terry Campbell below the Legislative Reports on this page.

The General Assembly meets every year from January until May, and during this time the Association strives to keep you all up to date as frequently and detailed as possible.  So check back often, sign up for email updates on our home page, and follow us on our ACSPP Facebook Page for up to date and pertinent news regarding lobbying efforts on your behalf.

Current and Past Legislative Reports:

June 2013 Legislative Report: Great News from PERA!

May 2013 Legislative Report: Budget & Compensation

March 2013 Legislative Report: The Budget Bill

February 2013 Legislative Report: 30 Days In

December 2012 Legislative Report: Cents and Sensibility

November 2012 Legislative Report: Details, Details, Details…

October 2012 Legislative Report: Compensation & Governor’s Budget Request

September 2012 Legislative Report: a State of Affairs

Terry Campbell:

The Association is proud to have Terry L. Campbell serve on behalf of employees and State Troopers within the Colorado State Patrol.  Terry L. Campbell is a Colorado native, born in Denver, and graduated high school in Fort Lupton, Colorado.   Terry holds an Associate’s Degree in Law Enforcement from Trinidad State  College and a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management from Regis University of Denver.  He also attended the University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School of Business where he received certification in Business Money Management and Investment.

In September, 1974, Terry began a career in Law Enforcement. After working on a campus police department for 2 years, 2 years with a sheriff’s department, and an additional 2 years with a metro police department, Terry retired from the Colorado State Patrol with 25 years of service in 2004. During his Law Enforcement career, Terry served in many areas of the agencies he was employed by. Training Academy Instructor, Retirement Board Member, Research and Development Department Supervisor, Community College Instructor, Community Non-Profit Organizer, and Legislative Liaison for the Colorado State Patrol are just a few of the jobs and responsibilities Terry has held during his career.

Since 2004, Terry has been working with Lombard and Clayton, Inc. and has participated in the past 14 legislative sessions in Colorado, working on issues related to state personnel matters, business development, transportation, transportation safety, and state budget legislation. Efforts in these areas have been successful for a number of different clients, with improvements in laws pertaining to employee benefits, public transportation, county property law, school safety, critical public infra-structure protection, insurance, and auto theft laws.

Terry continues to develop skills and abilities that assist the Association of Colorado State Patrol Professionals in providing the best possible representations in the governmental affairs arena. Terry currently serves as the principle and C.E.O. of Principled Enterprises, Inc. a governmental affairs firm.