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CVE Career Opportunities
How To Apply
We are now Accepting Applications for CVE Officers!
The application process is now open, if you have any questions please contact the recruitment office at 502-782-1861 or 1-866-360-3165.
The Deadline to receive applications is Friday, January 6th, 2012.
How To Apply
Come Join The Team
Commercial Vehicle Enforcement (CVE) is the newest Division within the Kentucky State Police. CVE became a part of the Kentucky State Police in 2009.
Additionally, CVE participates in Kentucky's Drive Smart Program, Seat-Belt and Buckle-Up Challenges, holiday traffic patrols, Child Restraint Education, and other joint programs with agencies Sheriff's Departments, and other police and safety-oriented groups.
CVE focuses on safety on the highways of the Commonwealth with the primary emphasis being commercial traffic: vehicle safety, driver safety, and proper authority and compliance for vehicles operating in commerce.
Requirements CVE applicants must complete two years (54 semester hours) from a college or university. Experience: Two years experience as a commercial vehicle inspector under the North American Standard requirements OR two years experience as a full-time sworn law enforcement officer OR two years experience in military duty will substitute for the required education. Special Requirements: Must be at least 21 years of age and possess a valid driver's license.
Employees in this classification are subject to the provisions of KRS Chapter 15 and 503 KAR 1:140 relating to peace officer certification as administered by the Kentucky Law Enforcement Council. Must maintain a valid driver's license for the length of employment in this class. For additional information please refer to: http://www.lrc.state.ky.us/KRS/015-00/382.PDF
Employees in this class must successfully complete a certified course in General Hazardous Materials and North American Standard Driver/Vehicle Inspection Program. Must successfully complete in-house courses involving and/or pertaining to state laws, state regulations, weight, authority, highway use taxes etc., that are assigned by the agency.
What Do CVE Employees Do
Inspectors staff the weigh facilities, weigh trucks to determine compliance and inspect driver / vehicle records. Inspectors are also responsible for data entry as well as other organizational skills.
What Do CVE Officers Do
Officers patrol Kentucky roadways, operate weigh facilities, and weigh commercial vehicles to determine compliance with legal limits. Another responsibility is the inspection of driver / vehicle records for compliance with licensing, permits, vehicle / driver operation laws and regulations and enforcing state & federal laws. CVE Officers conduct vehicle accident investigations, impound vehicles and make arrests. Additional duties could include gathering & preparing physical evidence for use in court.
Is CVE The Choice for Me
Officer I is the entry level for the Officer path, and promotions can lead to Officer II, Sergeant, Lieutenant, and Captain. Typically, Sergeants and above are supervisory positions; additionally, sergeants act as Regional Trainers.
CVE offers a wide range of job opportunities ranging from inspectors to officer positions. Inspector positions do not automatically lead to an Officer position. There is, however, a career path for both positions. In the Inspector path, promotions can lead to Inspector II and later, to a supervisory.
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