The California Highway Patrol offers a number of challenging careers in the field of law enforcement. The Department provides an excellent salary, full medical benefits, and up to 90 percent retirement. Both peace officer and non-sworn positions are available. If you are interested in diversity, challenges, and opportunities, the CHP invites you to apply to become a part of their professional organization.
Visit our Recruiting Page for more information on these outstanding career opportunities.
The California Highway Patrol is authorized by the California Vehicle Code to adopt and enforce such rules and regulations as may be necessary to carry out the duties of the Department. These rules and regulations are subject to the procedures contained in the California Government Code and as specified by the California Office of Administrative Law. Regulations adopted by the Department are contained in Title 13, California Code of Regulations. VIEW proposed regulatory actions, submit written comments or otherwise participate in administrative procedures, meetings, and hearings.
The California Highway Patrol (CHP) is dedicated to providing quality safety, service, and security. We fulfill these objectives with the support of those we serve. The public's voice has historically been, and continues to be, an integral measure of our success as a public service agency.
COMR is responsible for developing, coordinating, and assessing the impact of traffic safety and outreach programs. Additionally, they assist the Department in evaluating public perception of departmental activities. Please fill out our Community Service Survey.
Community Outreach and Media Relations (COMR) assists the
public in obtaining information relative to CHP programs and/or activities. You
can contact COMR at:
California Highway Patrol Community Outreach & Media Relations
601 North 7th Street Sacramento, California 95811
The 1-800-TELL CHP is a toll-free number information line that provides citizens
with the appropriate CHP contact information.
The public may visit any CHP Area office to ask questions, offer feedback, or
have concerns addressed. Click here to locate the CHP office nearest you.
The CHP has a well-defined procedure for investigating citizen concerns.
Internal Affairs Section is responsible for coordinating such investigations. Find out how to voice a concern or file a complaint regarding
Department Policy or Employee Conduct.
Government Code 14613.7(a) requires state agencies to report all crimes on
state-owned or state-leased properties, including those involving state computer
resources. Find out about reporting guidelines and how you can help.