The California Highway Patrol (CHP) continues its car seat campaign to protect infants and children while traveling. The campaign, funded by the California Office of Traffic Safety, will run through September 20th of next year and will focus on reducing the number of injuries... Read More.
Over one year, five people lost their lives, and over 120 were injured due to collisions on the state's highways and roadways patrolled by the Quincy CHP, and a new year-long campaign hopes to end it. The CHP Quincy area office will use grant funding... Read More.
The California Highway Patrol launches a multi-year hiring campaign to recruit 1000 officers. A statement from CHP says the effort is being made to meet the increasing demand for services throughout the state. Cadets can begin earning over 5500 dollars a month while in... Read More.
MAJOR CORRIDOR ENHANCED PRIMARY COLLISON FACTOR ENFORCEMENT CAMPAIGN IN MODOC, LASSEN, AND PLUMAS COUNTIES REDDING, Calif. – The California Highway Patrol’s (CHP) Northern Division, having jurisdiction over the major transportation corridor of United States 395 (US-395) in northern California, will be conducting a Major Corridor Enhanced Primary Collision... Read More.
Lassen Volcanic NP and Partners Launch Lassen Resilience Campaign Funds raised will assist the park’s recovery post-Dixie Fire The Lassen Association and the Lassen Park Foundation have joined forces with Lassen Volcanic National Park to showcase the park’s resilience in the aftermath of the Dixie Fire. The... Read More.
THE CHP GETS ‘GREEN LIGHT’ FOR ITS STATEWIDE DUI CAMPAIGN SACRAMENTO, Calif. – The California Highway Patrol (CHP) and the California Office of Traffic Safety are partnering on a campaign aimed at reducing the number of crashes caused by impaired drivers. The Impaired Driving Reduction (IDR) education... Read More.
The California Highway Patrol (CHP) is partnering with 11 other highway patrols, state patrols, and state police agencies for the Western States Traffic Safety Coalition traffic safety campaign, giving motorists “a dozen reasons not to speed.” Speeding violations will be the target of law enforcement... Read More.