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The Texas Chisholm Trail Crime Prevention Association, a unit of the Texas Crime Prevention Association, is composed of concerned citizens, private security professionals, loss prevention experts, crime prevention specialists, public safety educators and law enforcement officers.

We are founded on spreading the concepts of crime prevention through sharing information on new programs and building partnerships. We welcome the participation of individuals, companies and other organizations.

The Texas Chisholm Trail Crime Prevention Association affects the prevention of crime through coordinated and concerted efforts, through programs and functions that encourage citizen involvement and participation, and by assisting in the effort to create a safer environment for the citizens we serve.

Training

TxDMV Training Seminar

BASIC MOTOR CARRIER ENFORCEMENT TRAINING

TRAINING SEMINARS ARE OPEN TO ALL DEPARTMENTAL PERSONNEL:

PATROL OFFICERS, DEPUTIES, CONSTABLES, CVE OFFICERS, LICENSE & WEIGHT OFFICERS, MOTORS, ADMINISTRATORS AND MANAGERS

THE TRAINING SEMINAR IS HOSTED BY THE TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF MOTOR VEHICLES.

TRAINING SEMINAR ATTENDEES CAN RECEIVE 4 HOURS TCOLE CREDITS

WHEN: 9 March 2017, From 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM (4 Hours)

WHERE: Grumps Restaurant, 108 S. Main St., Burleson, Texas 76028

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

The class will teach officers to recognize operating authority for buses and household goods carriers (movers). Learn how to verify operating authority numbers. Determine if moving companies are operating within regulations. Officers will be able to identify common violations against movers and buses. Learn how to identify violations and protect Texas citizens from unlicensed carriers. Learn how to search for any/all motor carriers operating in your area and verify insurance information on the TxDMV website. Officers will be provided access materials designed for Law Enforcement and informed on how to cite motor carriers for violations.

TOPICS:

  • TxDMV’s involvement in motor carrier enforcement
  • Use of TXDMV’s online database – Truck Stop
  • Which small buses require operating authority
  • Recognize unlicensed moving companies

COST:  FREE

TCOLE CREDIT WILL BE AWARDED.

Please RSVP for the lunch count and limited seating space

RSVP to Rosalinda Mendoza 682-225-0517 email rosalinda.mendoza@fortworthtexas.gov

Check meeting locations for more information, you need to RSVP.

It is that time of year to renew your membership or to join for 2017.  Click here to complete your membership application.  If you do not renew, your CCPS certification will lapse and you will have to retest.

Members, bring in new members, new departments, and business to the next TCTCPA meeting.