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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 - Pringles A. 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: April 2017


    • Turn it off. Shut off your cellphone before you get in your car, then stow it out of sight and out of reach.
    • Stop first. If you have to make a call, pull over to a safe area, such as a rest stop or oasis, to make your call.
    • Ask a passenger. Have a passenger make a call or respond to a text for you.
    • Take control. Set climate controls and adjust seat and steering wheel before driving.
    • Spread the word. Record a message on your phone that warns callers you're driving and will get back to them later – or sign up for a service that offers this feature.
    • Be prepared. Program navigational devices or review written directions before you start to drive.
    • Finish first. Complete your personal grooming, dressing and eating before hitting the road.
    • Buckle up. Secure children and pets before beginning to drive. If they need attention, pull over before tending to them