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  • Our Mission

    The mission of the San Andreas Highway Patrol is to provide the highest level of safety, service, and secruity.

  • Command Staff

    Commissioner - Baker D. 5D-1

    Deputy Commissioner - Vacant 5D-2

    Commander - Vacant 5D-3

    Major - Vacant 5D-4

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  • Conducting Yourself on a Traffic Stop



  • Vision

    Our vision is to grow, adapt and evolve to continue to offer the best protection available.

  • Subdivisions

    The Highway Patrol has many different subdivisions at its disposal to complete daily tasks. These subdivisions do anything from special traffic enforcement, investigations, and dealing with wildlife.


    Air Support Unit - Logan C.

    Commercial Vehicle Enforcement - Philip L.

    Investagations Unit - Martin D.

    Wildlife Troopers - Vacant

  • Monthly Saftey Tip: March 2017



    Tips to Avoid Distracted Driving  

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    Pull over to a safe place to talk on the phone, text message, or email. Also learn how your phone’s controls work in case a call is unavoidable. Practice good habits by turning your phone off before you drive so you won’t be tempted to answer calls on the road.

    Don't touch that dial. Adjust seat positions, climate controls, sound systems and other devices before you leave or when you stop. Know how your controls work so if you must adjust something on the go, you’ll be less distracted. Use presets for radio and climate control, or have your passenger assist you.

    Don’t multi-task when driving. Don’t use the vehicle’s mirrors for personal grooming when the vehicle is in motion or try to read or write while you’re behind the wheel.

    Pull over to care for children. Change the baby, feed the kids, and buckle them into their vehicle seats before you leave. If you need to attend to them, pull over in a safe place -- don’t try to handle children while you’re driving.

    Stop to eat or drink. Drive-through windows and giant cup holders make it tempting to have a meal while driving, but you’re safer when you stop to eat or drink. If you can’t avoid eating while driving, try to avoid messy foods.