All posts by: MADD

We are so excited for this year’s Denver Walk Like MADD and are looking forward to seeing everyone in person at Sloan’s Lake Park! As a reminder, our event location within the park has moved! Walk Like MADD will be...
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On Friday, November 20th, Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) Colorado held its annual Candlelight Vigil for the state’s victims and survivors of drunk and drugged driving crashes. MADD hosted the vigil online with victims and survivors joining from across the...
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Last weekend, 43 law enforcement agencies and troop offices from across Colorado participated in an enforcement event to kickoff MADD Colorado’s 2020 Tie One On For Safety campaign. This coordinated effort sought to raise awareness ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday—one...
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The Colorado Department of Transportation and Mothers Against Drunk Driving have announced the winners of the 2020 Law Enforcement Champion Awards for Colorado. These awards focus on efforts to reduce impaired driving, increase the use of seat belts and reduce...
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Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) Colorado will join the Colorado State Patrol, Uber, and Bachus & Schanker in reaching out to the public from April 17th through April 20th to remind everyone to do their part to keep our roads and communities safe—including staying at home...
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A message from MADD Colorado’s State Executive Director: Just a short time ago, I could never have imagined the need for an emergency appeal like this.  First and foremost, I hope that you, your family, and friends are as safe as possible right...
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On behalf of MADD Colorado, I hope that you, your family and friends are as safe as possible right now.   As State Executive Director, I want to let you know the actions that MADD Colorado is taking in response to...
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The Summer Blitz enforcement period starts tomorrow Most fatal crashes in Colorado occur during the three-month span between Memorial Day and Labor Day. The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) is working to combat this serious issue with increased safety enforcement...
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MADD launches 2018 Tie One On for Safety red ribbon campaign  On Friday and Saturday, 43 law enforcement agencies from across Colorado participated in an enforcement event to kickoff MADD Colorado’s 2018 Tie One On For Safety campaign. This coordinated...
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Denver – Ahead of this weekend’s 420 events, MADD is joining the Colorado State Patrol, Uber, and RTD to raise awareness about the dangers of marijuana impaired driving, and to encourage people to consider the many options they have to...
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