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This profile was last updated on 11/27/01  and contains information from public web pages.
 
Background

Employment History

Education

  • Estancia High School
  • B.S. , physical education
    Cal Poly Pomona
  • Orange Coast College
  • California Highway Patrol Academy
17 Total References
Web References
Jill Angel
www.occ.cccd.edu, 27 Nov 2001 [cached]
Jill Angel
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Jill Angel (Inducted in 1991)Sergeant, California Highway Patrol,Traffic Reporter, Channel 2 "Action News" and KNX News Radio
Born in Southern California, Jill attended Estancia High School in Costa Mesa.She was Estancia's "Athlete of the Year" as a senior, and enrolled at Orange Coast College in 1974.She competed for two years on OCC's women's softball and basketball teams.She was "Most Inspirational" player on the softball squad twice, and on the basketball team as a freshman.She went on to earn a B.S. in physical education from Cal Poly Pomona.Jill taught for four years at Bishop Amat High School in La Puente, and served a stint as athletic director.She was head women's soccer coach and assistant softball coach at Fullerton College for two seasons.She graduated from the California Highway Patrol Academy in 1983.In 1985, she was selected from a pool of statewide applicants to be the CHP spokesperson, becoming the agency's first female traffic reporter.In 1987, she finished second in the nation in the "Toughest Female Cop Alive" competition.She won the state's competition last year.Jill gives daily traffic reports on Channel 2 "Action News" and KNX News Radio.She is actively involved in MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Drivers), the National Traffic Safety Association, the California Association of Highway Patrol Officers, and the Highway Violence Task Force.She contributes to Orange Coast College's Scholarship Fund, and regularly lectures at OCC on subjects relating to drinking drivers and alcohol abuse.
OCC LogoContact Jim Carnett, Director of Community Relations, For More Information
Commission On Athletics (COA) Online
old.coasports.org, 22 Feb 2002 [cached]
Angel to Speak at COA Silver Anniversary Celebration
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One of several featured speakers at the 2002 event will be Jill Angel, a 1999 inductee into the California Community College Sports Hall of Fame.
Jill Angel competed in women's basketball and softball and Orange Coast College from 1976-78. She was named "Most Inspirational" during each of her softball seasons at OCC. Angel went on to earn a B.S. in Physical Education at Cal Poly Pomona and later taught at Bishop Amat High School, where she also served as Athletic Director.
Angel returned to community college sports when she became the head women's soccer coach and assistant softball coach at Fullerton College. However, as funding for physical education programs throughout the country were declining, Angel began to reassess her career goals.
"I saw a billboard advertisement featuring a female CHP officer, and the slogan The CHP wants you", Angel recalled. "I knew right away, that was for me."
In 1983, she graduated from the California Highway Patrol Academy and that same year was selected as the CHP's first female spokesperson. In 1987, Angel finished second in the "Toughest Female Cop Alive" contest, and in 1990 won the California version of the contest. In 1998, Angel became only the fourth female in CHP history to attain the rank of captain. Last year, she was promoted to chief.
Angel fondly remembers her time at Orange Coast College. "Those were the most exciting years of my life," Angel said.
First freeway memorial for drunken driving victim unveiled
www.dailybreeze.com, 16 Dec 2001 [cached]
More than 80,383 allegedly drunk or drugged drivers were arrested by the California Highway Patrol last year, CHP Chief Jill Angel said.
Four people died in drug- or alcohol-related car crashes in the downtown area alone in the past 10 days, Angel said, urging holiday partyers to use designated drivers.
December marks the period of greatest enforcement of drunken driving laws.Highway patrols and sobriety checkpoints will be increased for the holidays, beginning Dec. 21, and state investigators will make unannounced visits to bars and nightclubs to make sure they are not serving drunk or underage patrons.
Publish Date:Saturday December 15
All-Area Football 2001
Angel to Speak at COA Silver ...
www.coasports.org, 22 Feb 2002 [cached]
Angel to Speak at COA Silver Anniversary Celebration
Sacramento, CA . . . The Commission on Athletics (COA) has acknowledged the 2001-02 sport season as the 25th year of women's participation in California Community College athletics.This milestone will be highlighted at the COA's 5th Annual Convention at the Peppermill Hotel in Reno, NV, March 20-22.
An important component of every COA convention is the special Awards Brunch, held this year on Friday, March 22.This annual event recognizes a select group of individuals for their outstanding accomplishments and contributions to COA affiliate organizations.This year's brunch, titled "Celebrating Women's Athletics - A Silver Anniversary Awards Brunch", will feature an exposition honoring women's athletic leaders, past and present Hall of Fame recipients, sport teams, former coaches, and others who were integral in the development of women's athletics at COA colleges.
One of several featured speakers at the 2002 event will be Jill Angel, a 1999 inductee into the California Community College Sports Hall of Fame.
Jill Angel competed in women's basketball and softball and Orange Coast College from 1976-78.She was named "Most Inspirational" during each of her softball seasons at OCC.Angel went on to earn a B.S. in Physical Education at Cal Poly Pomona and later taught at Bishop Amat High School, where she also served as Athletic Director.
Angel returned to community college sports when she became the head women's soccer coach and assistant softball coach at Fullerton College.However, as funding for physical education programs throughout the country were declining, Angel began to reassess her career goals.
"I saw a billboard advertisement featuring a female CHP officer, and the slogan The CHP wants you", Angel recalled."I knew right away, that was for me."
In 1983, she graduated from the California Highway Patrol Academy and that same year was selected as the CHP's first female spokesperson.In 1987, Angel finished second in the "Toughest Female Cop Alive" contest, and in 1990 won the California version of the contest.In 1998, Angel became only the fourth female in CHP history to attain the rank of captain.Last year, she was promoted to chief.
Angel fondly remembers her time at Orange Coast College."Those were the most exciting years of my life," Angel said.
Jill Angel
www.occ.cccd.edu, 24 Mar 2001 [cached]
Jill AngelJill Angel
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Jill Angel
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Jill Angel ( Inducted in 1991 )Sergeant , California Highway Patrol ,Traffic Reporter , Channel 2 Action News and KNX News Radio
Born in Southern California , Jill attended Estancia High School in Costa Mesa.She was Estancia's Athlete of the Year as a senior , and enrolled at Orange Coast College in 1974.She competed for two years on OCC's women's softball and basketball teams.She was Most Inspirational player on the softball squad twice , and on the basketball team as a freshman.She went on to earn a B.S. in physical education from Cal Poly Pomona.Jill taught for four years at Bishop Amat High School in La Puente , and served a stint as athletic director.She was head women's soccer coach and assistant softball coach at Fullerton College for two seasons.She graduated from the California Highway Patrol Academy in 1983.In 1985 , she was selected from a pool of statewide applicants to be the CHP spokesperson , becoming the agency's first female traffic reporter.In 1987 , she finished second in the nation in the Toughest Female Cop Alive competition.She won the state's competition last year.Jill gives daily traffic reports on Channel 2 Action News and KNX News Radio.She is actively involved in MADD ( Mothers Against Drunk Drivers ) , the National Traffic Safety Association , the California Association of Highway Patrol Officers , and the Highway Violence Task Force.She contributes to Orange Coast College's Scholarship Fund , and regularly lectures at OCC on subjects relating to drinking drivers and alcohol abuse.
OCC LogoContact Jim Carnett , Director of Community Relations , For More Information
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