California Highway Patrol notifies drivers of missing collision investigation reports

The California Highway Patrol (CHP) is notifying some drivers that collision investigation reports with their personal information was lost when a box containing the reports was damaged at a USPS facility.

The box had been shipped on October 3 to Sacramento, and CHP learned of the problem on October 11. In a letter dated October 22, they write that the investigation reports involved were generated during 2013 and contained drivers’ names, addresses, birthdates, and driver license numbers.

Those notified were advised to place a fraud alert on their credit files.

A copy of the notification letter is available on the web site of the California Attorney General.

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