CalOES, California Highway Patrol and California National Guard Issue Statement Reassuring Public’s Safety

State Law Enforcement, Emergency Management, and Military Leaders Issue Joint Statement on Presidential Inauguration and Physical Security

The following may be attributed to CHP Commissioner Amanda Ray, Cal OES Director and Homeland Security Advisor Mark Ghilarducci and California National Guard Adjutant General David Baldwin:

Following the events that unfolded in our nation’s capital last week and subsequent information from federal law enforcement officials, our agencies want to assure Californians of the following efforts to ensure their safety:

Our collective agencies are working closely together and remain vigilant to respond to potential threats that may occur anywhere in the state, including the Capitol.  Collectively, we maintain strong relationships with our security and intelligence partners at the local, state, and federal levels and are continually monitoring and sharing information about possible emerging threats to the state.

Together, our role is to safeguard lives and property and ensure that California remains a safe place for those who live, work, and travel within the state while ensuring the ability of individuals and groups to lawfully exercise their First Amendment rights. 

For security and safety reasons the agencies will not be commenting further on specific matters involving local preparedness plans or personnel deployment

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Bill
Bill
1 year ago

I feel real safe now.

I Love Liz Cheney
I Love Liz Cheney
1 year ago

Is your friend named Donald Trump, by any chance?

Tinner
Tinner
1 year ago

Did the CalOES, California Highway Patrol and California National Guard Issue a Statement Reassuring Public’s Safety when antifa and blm were burning down city blocks, destroying businesses and livelihoods, setting up roadblocks on highways, attacking innocent people minding their own business going about their day and marching through neighborhoods in… Read more »

Hans
Hans
1 year ago
Reply to  Tinner

If you keep crying on in the comments section of a radio station website maybe that will help.

Tinner
Tinner
1 year ago
Reply to  Hans

Hans, that’s a NO, correct?
You’re welcome.

David Dennison
David Dennison
1 year ago
Reply to  Tinner

Tinner Let me guess…. You’re still one of the dwindling supporters that still feel the election was “rigged” and was stolen from trump And he was actually against any kind of violence. That happened at the Capital building last Wednesday. In fact, maybe it was BLM and Antifa doing that… Read more »

Tinner
Tinner
1 year ago
Reply to  David Dennison

David, dwindling, who told you that?

David Dennison
David Dennison
1 year ago
Reply to  Tinner

Tinner We’ll see. Whoever in politics that remains in trump’s corner is soon done for and out of office,max 2 years. Let them or trump start spewing the lies about a “rigged” or “stolen” election and trying to entice another mob riot,or, if in fact they can get another group… Read more »

Stop non-essential travel
Stop non-essential travel
1 year ago
Reply to  Tinner

why would they. “we” had 17-year old “patriots” with automatic rifles out there to protect “us” ….