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CHP flight officer to be recognized at Phoenix conference

Wednesday, July 16, 2014 ~ Katie Elwood-The Fresno Bee

California Highway Patrol flight officer Nick Fishbough will receive the Fixed-Wing Operator of the Year Award in Phoenix, Ariz. on Thursday.

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CHP dog sniffs out 83 kilograms of cocaine in big rig

Wednesday, July 16, 2014 ~ Jim Guy-The Fresno Bee

With the help of a law-enforcement dog named Duke, the California Highway Patrol seized 83 kilograms of cocaine Tuesday after stopping a speeding big rig in Bakersfield.

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New commander welcomed by local CHP

Wednesday, July 9, 2014 ~ Casey Jones-

You might think you were sitting in the office of New York Yankees manager Joe Girardi.

There are Bronx bomber coasters on the table. Posters of shortstop Derek Jeter and the new Yankee Stadium grace the wall.

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Traffic stop leads to $1 million marijuana bust in Imperial County

Tuesday, June 24, 2014 ~ Steve Nuñez-KSWT

The California Highway Patrol said a traffic stop Monday led to the seizure of $1 million worth of marijuana.

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Welcome

Welcome to the website for the California Association of Highway Patrolmen. As the labor organization that represents active and retired CHP officers, we are dedicated to serving their needs on the job and in the community.

The CAHP provides a voice for the CHP in the California Legislature, working to ensure fair pay and benefits, adequate funding and officer safety standards. CAHP members are entitled to exclusive insurance plans and services as well as labor representation.
 
As part of the “CHP Family,” we are dedicated to enhancing public safety through community programs such as "Impact Teen Drivers," a teen driving safety program in California schools. We also take care of our own — those who protect the public — with our CAHP Widows and Orphans’ Trust Fund and scholarships for children of CHP officers through the CAHP Foundation.
 
We invite you to take a look around and learn more about our organization and the programs we offer and support. Please enjoy our site and visit often to stay up to date on issues that affect our officers.

 

Remembering CHP's Finest


Juan Gonzalez - ID 18935
The CHP family is mourning the loss of two officers

Monday, February 17, 2014

Shortly after 6:00 a.m. on February 17, 2014, CHP Officer Juan Gonzalez, I.D. 18935, and Officer Brian Law, I.D. 18896, were killed in a traffic collision on southbound SR-99 near Kingsburg, Calif., while responding to an incident. The officers, who were classmates at the Academy, were working as partners in the same patrol car.

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Brian Law - ID 18896
The CHP family is mourning the loss of two officers

Monday, February 17, 2014

Shortly after 6:00 a.m. on February 17, 2014, CHP Officer Juan Gonzalez, I.D. 18935, and Officer Brian Law, I.D. 18896, were killed in a traffic collision on southbound SR-99 near Kingsburg, Calif., while responding to an incident. The officers, who were classmates at the Academy, were working as partners in the same patrol car.

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Officer Youngstrom killed during enforcement stop

Wednesday, September 5, 2012

September 5, at approximately 6:05 PM. CHP Officer Kenyon Youngstrom, I.D. 18063, was pronounced deceased.

Officer Youngstrom entered the CHP Academy in August 2005 and was assigned to the CHP's Contra Costa Area upon graduation in February 2006. He transferred to the CHP's Golden Gate Division headquarters in January 2009 and most recently transferred back to the Contra Costa Area office on Aug. 1, 2012.

Officer Youngstrom served in the U.S. Army Reserves from 1994 to 2000, attaining the rank of Specialist. Officer Youngstrom is the 223rd CHP officer to be killed in the line of duty since 1929. He was 37 years old.

Kenyon is survived by his wife, Karen, two sons and two daughters, parents, Gaylord and Jill Youngstrom of Riverside, Calif., four brothers and a sister.

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Thomas Adams - ID 19365
Officer Adams killed in head-on collision

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

The CHP family is mourning the loss of Officer Thomas Adams, I.D. 19365, of the Garberville Area office. Adams, age 24, was killed in a head-on collision on Tuesday, Feb. 15, at approximately 2:15 p.m., on U.S. 101 just south of the town of Piercy in northern Mendocino County.

Adams, a native of Fortuna, was pronounced deceased at the scene and MAIT is investigating the collision. The two occupants of the 2004 Toyota Tundra also involved in the collision were taken to the hospital and later released.

After graduating from the Academy in January 2009, Adams began his career in Oakland. He transferred to the Garberville Area last September. He is survived by his parents Bruce and Karen Adams. His mother is a public safety dispatcher for the CHP who is assigned to the Humboldt Communications Center.

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