MO Highway Patrol Adds A YouTube Channel

All News Business Crime State News Tuesday, November 10th, 2020

A new YouTube Channel for the Missouri State Highway Patrol is now up and running.


Captain John Hotz with the Patrol tells KRMS News the idea for a YouTube channel goes back about a year.

He also says the channel will offer people in the Lake Area and throughout Missouri an online platform for education and information, as well as original content focusing on traffic safety, career opportunities and other services offered by the Missouri Highway Patrol.

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Missouri State Highway Patrol Launches YouTube Channel!

Colonel Eric T. Olson, superintendent of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, invites the public to visit the Missouri State Highway Patrol’s YouTube channel.

“We are launching our YouTube channel today and invite the public to visit us,” said Col. Olson. “Our mission of service and protection extends to every person in this state. While the most important contacts are those that occur when a trooper speaks with someone or stops to assist them, it’s important that we reach our stakeholders wherever they happen to be. The Patrol’s YouTube channel provides us with another platform for educating and informing the public.”

The Patrol’s YouTube channel will host original videos to educate the public about traffic safety, the agency, the services it provides, and show the wide variety of career opportunities with the Patrol.

“I invite the public to take a few moments, visit us on YouTube, and view our launch video, ‘This is your Missouri State Highway Patrol,’” said Col. Olson. “We plan to have an active YouTube channel, so stay tuned. Of course, you’ll still be able to find us on our social media accounts. Most importantly, you’ll find us throughout the state exactly where you need us to be.”

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All News Business Crime State News Tuesday, November 10th, 2020

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