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As part of the California Highway Patrol’s (CHP) Valley Division, the East Sacramento Area patrols unincorporated areas of Sacramento County east of Watt Avenue, west of the El Dorado County line, south of the American River, and north of Jackson Road (State Route 16), as well as Sunrise Boulevard and portions of unincorporated Sacramento County east of Sunrise Boulevard, north of the American River. The East Sacramento Area patrols approximately 22 miles of US Highway 50, provides law enforcement services to over 65 state facilities, and proudly serves the following unincorporated communities within a 175 square mile area:Butterfield – Riviera EastFair OaksGold RiverLa RivieraOrangevaleRancho MurietaRosemontIn an ongoing effort to provide the people of California with the highest level of Safety, Service, and Security, the East Sacramento Area strives to prevent the loss of life, injury, and property damage through education and enforcement. The East Sacramento Area offers a variety of services and programs geared toward protecting the motoring public, providing driver and personal safety tips, and ensuring that our highways remain safe. Such programs include teen driver safety seminars, bicycle safety presentations, workplace violence presentations, and child restraint installations and inspections. As a member of the motoring public, you can help keep our highways safe by planning your travels in advance with consideration given to current environmental and weather conditions, safe and courteous driving practices, and by demonstrating respect and patience with your fellow motorists. For further information regarding the multitude of safety programs and services provided by the CHP, please visit the CHP’s main web page at www.chp.ca.gov
On behalf of the dedicated men and women of the California Highway Patrol (CHP), East Sacramento Area, it is my pleasure to welcome you to our website. Within this site, you will find helpful information about our Area and the men and women that proudly serve the East Sacramento communities.
The East Sacramento Area CHP is committed to providing the highest level of safety, service, and security to all of our citizens and those traveling through our area. In 2018, the East Sacramento Area has set specific goals and strategies to enhance traffic safety through education and innovative methods to save lives and provide an environment that allows our community to feel secure in.
In addition to the CHP’s primary responsibilities of traffic safety, we have an amazing group of Senior Volunteers and an outstanding Explorer Post, both of which assist in our efforts to provide educational services to the public. These services include our Child Seat Safety Program, Age Well Drive Smart Program, and Start Smart Program.
As a longtime resident of Orangevale and a graduate of Casa Roble High School, I am honored and humbled to serve the community I was born and raised in. Please visit our office to learn more about the CHP and how we can best serve our great community!
Brandon StrawCommanderEast Sacramento Area “The greatness of a community is most accurately measured by the compassionate actions of its members.”Coretta Scott King
Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) inspections performed at the East Sacramento Area are by DMV referral only and routinely involve VIN verifications for out of state vehicles or vehicles with no DMV record. All VIN inspections are by appointment only and require that you reside within the geographical boundaries of the East Sacramento Area’s jurisdiction (See map below). To schedule an appointment with the East Sacramento Area’s VIN Officer, call (916) 464-1450 or email 260VIN@chp.ca.gov
The Valley Division Salvage Vehicle Inspection Program (SVIP) is remotely located at the East Sacramento CHP office. An appointment for an SVIP inspection is required, and only available for individuals who have been directed by the DMV to obtain a CHP 97C, Inspection Certificate. To schedule an appointment with the Valley Division SVIP Officer, email 20Salvage@chp.ca.gov
The CHP offers challenging and exciting careers in the field of law enforcement. If you are interested in diversity, challenges, and opportunities, the CHP invites you to apply to become a part of our professional organization. We remain competitive and current with training and technology while keeping the people of California safe. We have many employment opportunities, and we invite you to look into the CHP for your future. The Department offers a competitive salary, full medical benefits, and a defined benefits retirement program. Join the CHP family.
The CHP Explorer Program is designed for persons, 15 to 21 years of age, interested in developing the skills and knowledge needed to serve the people of California through discipline and a commitment to serving their community. Explorers assist the CHP with administrative and field operations. The experience they obtain will be directly applicable to a future in law enforcement, while building relationships - with other Explorers, in the community they serve, and within the CHP. Explorers receive physical fitness training, medical training, organizational, and clerical training. California Highway Patrol Explorers will attend Community Service events, staff DUI Checkpoints, participate in ride-a-longs, and compete in Explorer Competitions. 'Explore' your future in Law Enforcement as a CHP Explorer. For more information regarding the East Sacramento CHP Explorer Program, please email Officer Rebecca Asp at Rebecca.Asp@chp.ca.gov
The California Highway Patrol is looking for motivated individuals who want to give something back to their community as Senior Volunteers. Volunteers assist the CHP provide enhanced public service to the community. This is an opportunity for senior citizens to make a definitive contribution towards improving public Safety, Service, and Security. The Senior Volunteer Program instills an understanding and appreciation of the justice system, human relations, and ethics in the field of law enforcement.
Requirements:You must be 55 years or older, ability to work a minimum of 4 hours per week, pass a background check, have a good driving record, and complete the CHP Senior Volunteer Training Program. If you are interested in becoming a Senior Volunteer at the East Sacramento Area, email Officer Trent Senter at Tsenter@chp.ca.gov
The East Sacramento Area has trained Child Restraint Seat Technicians available to assist with the inspection and installation of your car seat. To schedule an appointment, please call (916) 464-1450.
Capitol City Automotive Quality
11000 Folsom Blvd. 3219
Rancho Cordova, CA 95670 Rancho
Cordova, CA 95742
(916) 822-5839 (916)
Central Valley Towing Rincon
12408 Gold Flake Ct. 3346
Rancho Cordova, CA 95742 Rancho
Cordova, CA 95742
(916) 457-4000 (916)
6326 Main Ave., Ste 30
Orangevale, CA 95662
Fast Response Towing Sam’s
12401 Gold Flake Ct. 3225
Rancho Cordova, CA 95742 Rancho
Cordova, CA 95742
(916) 638-3711 (916)
Folsom Towing WAP
809 Reading St. 2340
Gold River Rd. #C
Folsom, CA 95630 Rancho
Cordova, CA 95670
(916) 351-1801 (916)
LJ’s Towing Chima's
809 Reading St. 8021
Folsom, CA 95630 Sacramento,
(916) 489-8600 (916) 454-5112
AJ’s Towing Five
3351 Fruitridge Rd. Ste B, 4600
Power Inn Rd.
Sacramento, CA 95820 Sacramento,
(916) 317-4060 (916)
Directions for completing a CHP 190, Application for release of information, form can be located at: https://www.chp.ca.gov/notify-chp/collision-report-chp-190The CHP 190 is available in both English and Spanish.Traffic crash reports are available to be picked up at any CHP office during normal business hours. To receive a copy of a report you must be an involved party, passenger, property owner, or licensed insurance agent (with a signed release from your insured, an involved party). There is a fee for the crash report (cash or check). Please contact the CHP office responsible for the crash investigation ahead of time to ensure your traffic crash report is available for pick up.
The Mission of the CHP is to provide the highest level of Safety, Service and Security to the people of California. Vital to this mission is seeking to ensure our roadways and communities are safe by addressing aggressive and dangerous driving practices, as well as the concerns of community members and local businesses. The CHP is now combining the efforts and resources of all three CHP offices within Sacramento County to better proactively identify and address these issues within the unincorporated areas of the county. The newly formed Sacramento County Community Response Team (CRT), which is based on problem-oriented and community policing models, will focus efforts on increased patrols during commute patterns on our major corridors, as well as saturation enforcement details across the region. The Sacramento County CRT can be contacted at email@example.com
Carol Miller Justice Center
301 Bicentennial Circle
Sacramento, CA 95826
Gordon D. Schaber Courthouse
720 9th Street
Sacramento, CA 95814
Sacramento Juvenile Court
9605 Kiefer Boulevard
Sacramento, CA 95827
Lieutenant Commander Brian MaynardEast Sacramento CHP
Officer Trent Senter
East Sacramento CHP
Officer Josh Sherwood
East Sacramento CHP Office