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Chief of the Protective Services Division
Member, Protective Services Division
California Highway Patrol
CHP Chief of the Protective Services Division
Nivens on Thursday also declined to say whether the CHP questions elected officials and their family about possible safety risks they should be aware of, such as threats of bribery.
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> "Several cubicles - 15 or 20 - on the fifth and sixth floors had been ransacked, desk drawers opened, papers rifled through, and three laptops were missing," Nivens said Tuesday."We don't know what was on those specific computers or the sensitivity of the information loaded on them.We're investigating that now."By late Tuesday afternoon, Nivens said, the laptops could no longer be used to access the Water Resources Department's computer system."Our main concern was to shut down their remote access capabilities,"
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