Member Rep Directory
Our Board of Directors…
Larry Oletski is the current President of the Colorado State Patrol Association. Larry first joined the Association’s Board in 2013 as the Non-Commissioned Officers representative, and was elected President of the Association in 2015. Larry’s goal as President of the Association is to, “Serve our past, current, and future members of the Association by honoring the past and embracing the future.” Larry’s twenty plus years of work experience with the Colorado State Patrol has been equally divided between rural and metro area assignments. Larry and his wife have two fantastic kids that keep them busy with their travel hockey schedules.
Vice President/District 2 Representative
Randy Belisle is the current Vice President and District 2 representative for the Association. Randy has been with the Colorado State Patrol since 2003. Durango was his first duty station out of the academy. He transferred to Colorado Springs, Pueblo, and currently works in Freemont County. Randy was raised in Pueblo Colorado since the age of four, and loves southern Colorado. Randy enjoys spending time with his beautiful wife and two wonderful kids. On his day off, Randy enjoys playing racquetball, and building and restoring automobiles.
Randy became the District 2 representative because he felt strongly in representing his district, so the voices of southern Colorado could be heard in the Denver metro area where the decisions are made. Randy enjoys hearing from the members that he represents, and extends a heartfelt “Thank You” to the District 2 Association members for letting him represent them.
District 1 Representative
Trooper Galen Peterson joined the Colorado State Patrol in 2017 as a member of the lateral training class. His first duty station was Troop 4C, Frisco. Trooper Peterson is currently assigned to Troop 1D, Adams.
Prior to his law enforcement career, Trooper Peterson was a commissioned officer in the U.S. Army. Trooper Peterson spends his time off with his family and fishing.
District 3 Representative
District 4 Representative
Trooper Patrick Jarrett joined the Colorado State Patrol in 2018. Jarrett has worked his entire career thus far in Troop 4C as a Basalt Trooper working out of the Glenwood Springs office. He has a Bachelor’s Degree in Earth Science from the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville. Jarrett has previously served in law enforcement as a national park ranger, dispatcher and jailer.
Noncommissioned Officer's Representative
Sergeant Christopher Grimsley has been a member of the Colorado State Patrol since 2006. He began his career in Troop 4C assigned to the Eagle office. In 2008, he transferred to Troop 3A (Greeley) office. In 2012, he was temporarily assigned to the CALEA Accredidation Team. In 2013, he was promoted to the rank of Corporal at the Troop 2B (Colorado Springs) office. In 2014, he was promoted to the rank of Sergeant and assigned to the Business Inteligence Unit. In 2016, he transferred back to Troop 3A. In 2019, he transferred to the Vehicular Crimes Unit. Chris is married to his college sweatheart, Betsy, and has two beautiful girls, Abbie and Maggie. Chris enjoys workings out, coaching his girls in softball, and spending time with his family.
Commissioned Officers Representative
Jared Rapp is the captain for Troop 4C. Troop 4C consists of Pitkin, Lake, Garfield, Eagle, and Summit Counties which are centered in the heart of the Colorado Rocky Mountains, thus earning the nickname the “Mountain Troop”. Jared is a native Coloradan, and when he is not in uniform, you can find him in the backcountry with his wife and four kids.
Port of Entry Representative
Senior Port Officer Helena Shea is an (almost) Colorado native, arriving in the Merino area when she was two. In November of 2009, Helena joined the Colorado Department of Revenue as a Port Officer at the Fort Morgan Port of Entry. She is a Level III CMV inspector, and has instructed at the POE Academy. She is also a past participant of CDPS’s Leadership Strategies Institute and is focused on employee engagement. Helena was named POE Officer of the Year in 2019, and was promoted to Senior Port Officer for Fort Morgan in 2020.
Helena was elected to the Board of the CSPA in 2020. She hopes to offer a voice on the Board for the things that are unique to both the Ports of Entry and the Eastern Plains.
Brian Mockmore started with the Colorado State Patrol in March of 2008 at the Pueblo Regional Communication Center. In his time with the patrol, he has been a CTO, classroom trainer, Communication Officer of the Quarter, Communication Officer of the Year, and has also received other awards and commendations. In October of 2015, he promoted to Communications Supervisor at the PRCC. In October of 2017, he joined the board of the Colorado State Patrol Association (formally ACSPP) as the Communications Representative. Brian enjoys being an active member on the board as well as representing and increasing the membership of the CSP Communication Branch. Brian cares a great deal for the members of the Colorado State Patrol and is proud to represent the Communication Branch in the Colorado State Patrol Association.
Angelina Page is an attorney who has been a member of the CSP since September of 2003, working out of the Motor Carrier Safety Section and now the POE Branch. She presently is a civilian professional performing as an administrative operations manager for the POE Branch and as the CSP Rulemaking Coordinator. Angie serves as the Civilian Professionals Representative on the CSPA board, and as the editor of the Colorado State Patrol Magazine.
Angie, a Colorado native, graduated from the University of Denver, College of law in 2002 and from Metropolitan State College of Denver (before it became a university) in 1999. Outside of work, Angie enjoys working with her two dogs, painting, tiling, landscaping, going to Body Pump classes, acting as a judge in high school mock trial competitions, and playing “Catch a Killer” games with her husband.
John Takahashi (Ret)
John Takahashi graduated from the Colorado State Patrol Academy as a member of class 98-1 in June of 1998. Upon graduation, he was assigned to the Fort Morgan office. John transferred to the Golden Troop office in March of 2001. John transferred to the Aircraft Section in March of 2002. He flew traffic enforcement operations as a pilot for the aircraft section while stationed in Grand Junction and later at Denver Centennial airport. John transferred to the Castle Rock Troop office as an E-470 trooper in February of 2007. In October of 2007, John transferred back to the Fort Morgan office. John was promoted to the rank of Master Trooper in January of 2014. John became the District 3 representative for the Association in June of 2019. John retired from the Colorado State Patrol in January of 2021 with 23 years of service, and continues to serve on the association’s Board of Directors as a Project Manager.
Jane Crisman moved to the Denver area from Louisville, Kentucky in 1977 to attend the University of Denver as a history major. She is a proud Nebraska native who also lived in Kentucky, Virginia, and Florida before returning to Kentucky just before graduating from high school.
On March 1, 2014, Jane retired from the State of Colorado and CDPS after 34 years. At retirement, Jane was a member in good standing of the CSPA, and of the Colorado State Patrol Alumni Association (CSPAA).
In October of 2015, Jane was accepted as a trustee for the Colorado State Patrol Family Foundation and continues to serve on that board. In 2016, she was elected by the members of CSPAA to be their representative to the now-Colorado State Patrol Association Board of Directors. She was elected for another three-year term in 2019. Her other interests include supporting the Colorado Freedom Memorial and Environmental Learning for Kids (ELK); sewing for and supporting Firehouse Quilts of Colorado; cheering for the Chicago Cubs and Colorado Rockies (in that order), the Denver Broncos, and the Nebraska Cornhuskers; genealogy; and paper crafts.
Donna Campbell is the association’s administrator. Donna joined the association in October of 2012. She holds a Master’s Degree in Non-Profit Management from Regis University, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration. Donna is an advocate for the homeless, and is a volunteer for the Severe Weather Shelter Network that provides services to homeless individuals during inclement weather.