The California Highway Patrol Antelope Valley Area is a part of Southern Division serving Northern Los Angeles County. The Area is responsible for patrolling approximately 30 miles of State Route 14 and approximately 1400 miles of unincorporated roadways.
The Antelope Valley Area is committed to conveying the message of driving safely. As part of our efforts, numerous traffic safety education programs are offered on a regular basis. Educational programs as well as enforcement efforts help reduce the loss of life and serious injuries linked to unsafe driving. Programs such as: Start Smart (a program for new teen drivers and parents); Every 15 Minutes (a program to raise awareness of the dangers of drinking and driving to juniors and seniors at local high schools); Impact Teen Drivers (a program for teens and their parents to address the dangers of driving reckless, distracted or while under the influence); and Age Well Drive Smart (a program for senior drivers) are designed to educate the public and help reduce the number of tragedies caused by traffic collisions. In addition, the Area offers free child safety seat instruction/demonstrations for anyone who transports children younger than 8 years old or under 4’9” tall.
The Area is proactive in seeking and removing impaired drivers before their actions lead to deadly consequences for themselves or an innocent person. Through education and enforcement, our goal is to reduce the number of traffic collisions which will increase the overall safety for everyone who travels within the Antelope Valley.
You can help us by driving defensively and safely, obeying the speed laws, properly maintaining your vehicle, and being courteous on the road.
Thank you for taking the time to visit our page! Please click on the Programs & Services link above to learn more about the many traffic safety programs the CHP has to offer.