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CHP TO SWEAR IN MORE THAN 100 NEW
The California Highway Patrol (CHP) will graduate 117 new
officers on Friday, December 16, in a ceremony at the CHP Academy in West
Sacramento. The graduating officers have completed 26 weeks of intense
training in preparation for providing communities throughout California with
the highest level of Safety, Service, and Security.
CHP Commissioner Amanda Ray will be accompanied by members of
her executive team and Academy commander, Captain Robin Johnson, for an
inspection of the cadet class prior to the graduation ceremony. Upon
graduation, the new officers will serve in communities throughout California.
Toks Omishakin, Secretary, California
State Transportation Agency
Amanda Ray, Commissioner, California Highway Patrol
Family and friends of graduating cadets.
Friday, December 16, cadet inspection
is at 8:30 a.m., followed by the graduation ceremony at 10 a.m. in the
CHP Academy, 3500 Reed
Avenue, West Sacramento.
VISUALS: Commissioner Ray will administer the
oath of office to the graduates, and cadets will be presented with awards for
academic excellence, marksmanship, athleticism and inspiration.
Following the ceremony, family members will pin badges on the newly sworn
Note: The graduation will be livestreamed on
the CHP’s Facebook page on the day of the event.