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Business Description
The California Highway Patrol, established in 1929, is a public agency that works towards the prevention of loss of life, injuries and property damage. It also provides services for managing traffic and emergency incidents and protecting public and state assets. The agency operates more than 100 offices spread across eight divisions throughout the state. The California Highway Patrol maintains administrative, information management, enforcement, and planning and analysis divisions. In addition, it has personnel management and departmental training units. The agency also has the Office of Legal Affairs, which comprises of the legal coordination and analysis units. The California Highway Patrol maintains a location in Redwood City, Calif.
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State Government Highway Patrol

California Highway Patrol

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State Government, Police Departments, Government Offices

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gygms

07/18/2008

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Nice guys, haven't met one who has an additude

Great guys who do their job very well. I haven't met one who has it 'out' for you, or in other words, has an additude. But when it comes to neighborhood crimes, thats when they need to hand it over to the Police. Twice I called the Sheriffs office, and twice I got a CHP officer. I guess it was because it had to do with 'moving vehicles'. Both did not know what to do with my delema. The first one left me high and dry with no follow-up to a vandalisim crime, and the second took 2 hours to figure out that he should call the Sheriffs office and have them deal with this. Needless to say, the Sheriffs found the guy and put him in jail. As for the first crime, I lost on that one. Advice: when calling the police, make sure the Officer fits the crime......

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