The California Highway Patrol (CHP) has recently issued a press release about their new community service survey. The CHP is inviting the public to participate in a survey to help monitor and improve the services currently being provided to the community. With this brief online survey, the CHP is hoping to address come of the public’s concerns and help to develop solutions to problems in an effort to better serve communities across the State of California.
Improving Service and Public Safety
This survey is about addressing the needs and concerns of community members in California. According to CHP Commissioner Joe Farrow, “This community survey gives the public a voice and is an opportunity for the people we serve to evaluate us.” Members of the general public across the state are invited to participate in the survey, which is located on CHP’s website. Participation is anonymous, and the survey will be available indefinitely. As this is the first time CHP has participated in an analytical, third-party online survey, they’re looking forward to gaining valuable insights into better serving communities and keeping roadways safe in California.
California Car Crashes by The Numbers
- In 2014, 3,074 people were killed in motor vehicle crashes across the State of California.
- Speeding was a factor in 991 of the motor vehicle traffic fatalities in California in 2014.
- 29 percent of people killed in crashes in California in 2014 were not buckled up at the time of the crash.
- In 2014, 519 motorcyclists were killed in wrecks in California.
After a Car Accident in San Diego
After any car accident caused by a negligent, dangerous or distracted driver, it’s important to get in touch with a personal injury attorney about your claim and potential lawsuit. A lawyer can be your advocate and liaison between various law enforcement and public safety agencies that my also be involved in the investigation of your case. If you have been injured, or if you have lost a loved one in a car accident in San Diego, or anywhere in the nearby Central Coast communities, contact the skilled team at Harris Personal Injury Lawyers, Inc. at 1.800.GO.HARRIS today.