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Public Overview

CAHP Foundation Scholarships

One of the goals of the CAHP Foundation is to provide financial assistance to the financially-dependent, college-age children of a qualified California Highway Patrol officer and, specific to the one of the scholarships, the financially-dependent, college-age children of any active, retired or deceased California peace officer. By making these grants available, the Foundation strives to encourage college-age law enforcement dependents to pursue academic programs at post-secondary educational institutions.


Display Ads

There is limited availability for display ads in the APB newsletter. Ad contracts are available for a minimum of two issues. Payment and a signed contract must be received by the APB before the ad will be published. Please email Blair Barton, APB Editor, for a contract or more information.

Public Overview

CAHP Widows and Orphans’ Trust Fund

The CAHP Widows and Orphans’ Trust Fund is dedicated to assisting families of California Highway Patrol officers in the event they die, regardless of cause. (The benefit is higher for those killed in the line of duty.) The CAHP takes pride in its history of immediate action in dispersing this benefit as soon as notification of the death is made to staff. This is most beneficial to survivors in assisting with the cost of the funeral. In the event of a death there is a potential benefit from the Widows and Orphans’ Trust Fund of $2,400.


Current News

CAHP Updates, Announcements, PIO Stories and CHP in the News.


Remembering CHP’s Finest

Since the California Highway Patrol was formed in August 1929, 228 officers have been killed on the job.

We are humbled by the strength of character and pride that each of these officers who have made the ultimate sacrifice possessed, and find ourselves inspired by the lives they led. They will never be forgotten.


Contact Us

Your CAHP staff is available by mail, email or telephone:

California Association of Highway Patrolmen (CAHP)
PO Box 161209
Sacramento, CA 95816-1209
Telephone: (916) 452-6751
Facsimile: (916) 457-3398
Office Hours: 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. M-F

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Hiking the Pacific Crest Trail for the CAHP Widows and Orphans’ Fund

On April 4, 2017, David Dowty, Steve Griffin and Dan Snook, all CHP retirees and CAHP members began a thru-hike of the Pacific Crest Trail to benefit the CAHP Widows and Orphans’ Fund. Click here to follow the story on the Widows and Orphans’ Facebook page.


APB Advertising

The CAHP publishes a bimonthly (every other month) newsletter, the APB, which is mailed to CAHP members only. The APB contains articles about benefits, legislation and other Association-related items of interest to CHP officers. The circulation is just over 15,000.