The California Highway Patrol (CHP) Calexico Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Facility (CVEF) is proud to serve Imperial County providing safety, service, and security to thousands of residents, commuters, and tourists each day. As a part of the CHP’s Border Division, CVEF services over 1100 square miles of freeways and unincorporated roadways in and around the cities of Calexico, El Centro, Imperial, Ocotillo, Heber, Holtville, Brawley, Westmorland, Calipatria, Winterhaven/Bart, Seeley, Glamis Off-Road Recreational area, and Salton Sea Communities. We offer a number of Commercial Vehicle traffic safety programs aimed at keeping you and your loved ones safe on the road and on the highways. You can help us by driving defensively, obeying the posted speeds, not driving distracted, and being courteous to other drivers. Thank you for taking the time to visit our website. The California Highway Patrol, Calexico Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Facility is located on California S7 in Imperial County along the US/Mexico International border east of the city of Calexico. The primary mission of the Department’s Commercial Enforcement Program is to ensure the safe and efficient operation of commercial vehicles on the California highway system. The dedicated officers and Commercial Vehicle Inspection Specialists assigned to this facility work diligently to prevent traffic collisions attributed to mechanical defects or excessive driving hours involving vehicles and drivers subject to California Vehicle Code Section 34500. The Facility maintains operations consisting of four inspection bays and static weight scales to ensure compliance with weight regulations. In 2017, our dedicated officers and inspectors conducted over 20,000 commercial inspections including vehicles transporting hazardous materials.
Two Mobile Road Enforcement (MRE) officers are based at this Facility to supplement our mission. The MRE patrol vehicles are outfitted with all the necessary equipment to conduct roadside inspections of commercial vehicles whose daily routes don’t take them past the inspection facility. The California Highway Patrol believes education is critical to promoting highway safety. In addition to inspections and enforcement, our officers and CVIS’s provide education concerning commercial laws and regulations upon request to trucking companies. The Calexico Commercial Enforcement Facility also hosts a variety of Spanish bilingual community outreach education events in Spanish for our neighbors Mexico and their commercial vehicle industry.
On September 1, 2016, Lieutenant Fernando Martinez was assigned as the Commander of the Calexico Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Facility. Lieutenant Martinez oversees the daily operations of the facility and its commercial education and enforcement efforts with a combined staff of officers and commercial vehicle inspection specialists.
On behalf of the dedicated men and women of the California Highway Patrol Calexico Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Facility, it is my pleasure to welcome you to our Web page. Within this site, you will find helpful information about our Area, its structure, its services, and the men and women that serve your local communities. The Calexico Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Facility has a diverse workforce comprised of sworn CHP officers, and civilian members. Every member is dedicated and responsible for providing the highest level of Safety, Service, and Security to the public, businesses, and visitors. Department personnel are paramount assets and through them we strive for excellence and professionalism through partnerships within our community, government entities, and allied agencies. We are constantly developing and participating in proactive community-based strategies in order to promote safe, vital, and healthy communities. You have entrusted us with the education of traffic safety issues, and enforcement of commercial laws and regulations. To prove that we deserve your trust, we voluntarily submitted to an external, objective evaluation of departmental operations by the Commission of Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA). Our Department, Academy, and Communications Centers are proud to be internationally accredited through the CALEA Accreditation Program. We seek your comments and concerns. You can contact us by calling the Calexico Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Facility office at (760) 768-4000.
The CHP Calexico Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Facility uses the following court:
939 West Main St.El Centro, Ca. 92243 (760) 336-3500
Monday - Friday8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
The CHP Calexico Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Facility tow program includes the following commercial rotation tow companies:
1246 W Ross RdEl Centro, CA. 92243(760) 352-8860
299 N Earls StEl Centro, CA 92243(760) 352-8009
The Commercial Industry Education Program (CIEP) offers free educational safety seminars for commercial drivers, carriers, and drivers of passenger vehicles. These seminars identify actions drivers can take to avoid a collision, specific tips on sharing the road with other vehicles, and an outline of basic rules of the road. Presentations vary from one hour to eight hours and are offered at no expense to the carriers. Carriers have the option of receiving the presentations at their facility or at another agreed upon location. Presentations can also be tailored to suit the needs of the carriers, including presentations provided in Spanish.
• Maintenance inspection (pre-trip and level 1) procedures • Biennial Inspection of Terminals (BIT) • Hazardous materials transportation requirements• Hours of Service • Controlled substance and alcohol testing requirements • Insurance requirements and fraud awareness • Size and weight requirements and issues• Rules of the road and driver safety tips
• Vehicle/carrier inspection requirements and procedures • Size and weight requirements • Understanding Out-of-Service criteria• Rules of the road/driver safety• Commercial enforcement personnel• Understanding CVSA inspection sticker issuance
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If you are interested in diversity, challenges, and opportunities, the CHP invites you to apply to become a part of our professional organization. We keep competitive and current with training and technology, keeping the citizens of California safe. We have many employment opportunities, and we invite you to look into the California Highway Patrol for your future.
The Department provides an excellent salary, full medical benefits, and a defined benefits retirement program.
The California Highway Patrol offers challenging and exciting careers in the field of law enforcement. If you are interested in diversity, challenges, and opportunities, the CHP invites you to apply to become a part of our professional organization. Candidates may access information relative to a career with the CHP by logging onto the Department’s Web site at https://www.chp.ca.gov/chp-careers.
A California Highway Patrol Commercial Vehicle Inspection Specialist inspects all commercial vehicles coming into the 22 CHP Inspection Facilities in California. They verify the driver is safe, with current licenses and permits for the loads they're carrying, and that the vehicle they're in is both proper for their cargo, and safe while on the road - the road shared by more than 30 million California residents.
Motor Carrier Specialists work throughout the state conducting inspections of motor carrier truck and bus operations. These inspections are conducted at terminal and principle place of business locations and include in-depth inspections of commercial vehicles, driver records, maintenance records, controlled substances and alcohol testing records, and records related to hazardous materials transportation, to determine compliance with state and federal requirements. Motor Carrier Specialists prepare in-depth comprehensive written reports of inspection findings in an effort to increase compliance in the interest of public safety.
https://www.chp.ca.gov/CHP-Careers/Public-Safety-Dispatcher Rarely will you ever get a chance to meet the hundreds of people who call for help, yet they'll depend on your v ice, your directions, and your knowledge to get through an emergency. No day is ever routine - one call may be a minor traffic accident, while the next is a frantic voice screaming for help. Both will be depending on your calm, firm voice and direction until help can arrive. Using state-of-the-art equipment and training, you'll provide the excellent service and security people have come to expect from the California Highway Patrol.
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