Division of Commercial Vehicle Enforcement

The mission of the Division of Commercial Vehicle Enforcement is to encourage and promote a safe driving environment through education and safety awareness while enforcing State and Federal laws and regulations, placing special emphasis on commercial vehicles.

The Division of Commercial Vehicle Enforcement is under the command of Lieutenant Colonel Keith Peercy .

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2010: Just The Facts

CSA 2010: Just the Facts, click here to download the pdf

CSA*2010 Just The Facts, click here to download the pdf

A Message from CVE

An image of CVE Officer with a commercial vehicleWelcome to the Kentucky State Police's Division of Vehicle Enforcement website, a tool to learn more about Kentucky's commercial vehicle law enforcement agency.

The Division is staffed with both sworn law enforcement officers, regulatory weight and safety inspectors, and civilian staff. When new officers are employed they receive 18 weeks of training at the Department of Criminal Justice Training unless they have already completed this training at an earlier date. Officers and Inspectors also receive an initial 4 weeks of concentrated commercial vehicle law training.

As you navigate through the various sections of our website, you will find information on many of our programs. You can learn more about trucking regulations, compliance reviews, job opportunities, filing a complaint against unsafe commercial motor carriers.

If the Commercial Vehicle Enforcement can be of assistance in any way, please feel free to contact us at KSP's headquarters by mail at 919 Versailles Road, Frankfort, KY 40601; by phone at (502) 782-1800; or by email at Click here to e-mail the Commercial Vehicle Enforcement

 

This Division is comprised of two operational troops:

West Troop

Responsible for Region 1, Region 2, and Region 3 and for providing and coordinating police and other related activities within their defined geographical areas.

East Troop

Responsible for Region 4, Region 5, and Region 6 and for providing and coordinating police and other related activities within their defined geographical areas.