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CHP in the News Heather Holmes-KTVU

CHP officer injured by DUI driver returns to work, talks about road to recovery

A sunny morning in downtown Vacaville and CHP motorcycle officer Martin Lendway is back at Sport Rehab for a challenging physical therapy session.

CHP in the News SFGate

Tesla Driver Cited By CHP Who Possibly Activated Auto Stop Feature –

A Tesla driver was cited for DUI after California Highway Patrol officers possibly activated the car’s automatic stopping system this morning in Redwood City because the man was asleep at the wheel, CHP and sheriff’s officials said.

CAHP Update

CAHP Cares Request
Members affected by Camp and Woolsey fires

The California Association of Highway Patrolmen has established a relief fund to assist our members who have been greatly affected by the devastating Camp and Woolsey fires. We have, as of now, at least 43 active and retired members who have suffered a loss of their primary residence, as well as others who may have suffered damage to their primary residence as a result of the disaster.

If you want to get involved and assist the affected membership, please send your donation to “CAHP Cares,” and indicate “Camp/Woolsey Fire” in the memo line. Please send your donation to:

CHP in the News

Bear strolls into CHP office on Donner Pass

A bear had no trouble opening a door as it strolled into a California Highway Patrol office in a mountain town.

CHP in the News

CHP officers patrolling Camp Fire rescue cold, wet cat with burned paws

California Highway Patrol officers with the Truckee division spotted a cat in very bad shape while patrolling the charred remains leftover from the deadly Camp Fire in Paradise.

CHP in the News Stephen Ellison-NBC Bay Area

CHP Officer Reunites With Girl He Saved 16 Years Ago

Sixteen years after a California Highway Patrol officer saved a little girl’s life, the officer and the girl were reunited this weekend, according to the CHP Contra Costa office.

CHP in the News

Orestimba grad relishes ‘El Protector’ role

An Orestimba High graduate who grew up with aspirations of becoming a California Highway Patrol officer has realized that dream – and is relishing his role as a community outreach officer focusing on the Hispanic community.

CHP in the News Sarah Roebuck-KMPH

CHP Officer helps take care of chickens amidst Camp Fire destruction

About a dozen chickens are much happier thanks to a California Highway Patrol officer.

CHP in the News

California Highway Patrol plans CHiPs for Kids toy drive in Santa Maria

The Santa Maria Area Office of the California Highway Patrol has again partnered with Walgreens Pharmacy for the agency’s annual CHiPs for Kids holiday toy drive.

CHP in the News Sheldon Gajarian- KMPH

CHP Helicopter uses infrared camera to track Camp fire

The California Highway Patrol Valley Air Division in Sacramento released infrared video of the Camp Fire.