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Wed, Apr 17


Davis County Sheriff's Office

Commercial Vehicle Interdiction -DIAP

The primary purpose of the course is to prepare general duty federal, state and local law enforcement officials to perform their required job-duties safely while interdicting in transit commercial motor vehicles (CMVs) involved in ongoing criminal activity.

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Commercial Vehicle Interdiction -DIAP
Commercial Vehicle Interdiction -DIAP

Time & Location

Apr 17, 2024, 8:00 AM – Apr 19, 2024, 5:00 PM

Davis County Sheriff's Office, 800 W State St, Farmington, UT 84025, USA

Class Description

This tuition‐free 24‐hour course is intended to familiarize and update law enforcement and Commercial Motor Vehicle (CMV) safety officials who perform, or intend to perform, CMV counter‐crime activities, tactics, and criminal interdiction techniques involving everyday CMV traffic in transit.

Topics are related to commercial motor vehicles and include:

Trucking Industry Overview ∙ Criminal Trends & Trafficking Patterns ∙ Cargo Theft ∙ Agency Enforcement Authority ∙ Legal Considerations ∙ Criminal Indicators ∙ Required Marking & Documents ∙ Roadside Interview and Interview Techniques ∙ Items of Interest ∙ Rapid Assessment ∙ Concealment and Search Techniques ∙ Case Networking & Adoption ∙ Court Testimony & Report Writing ∙ Trucks & Terrorism ∙ Controlled Deliveries ∙ EPIC Access & Use

NOTE:  Upon successful completion of the training and exam, participants will receive a certificate of completion. Registration is required to attend this free training.

*** Attire:  Career Casual or Uniform ***

Course will start at 8 am unless otherwise directed.

Please see the attached flyer for course registration details.

You will need a computer for the exam. If this isn’t possible, contact the DIAP Training Specialist below.

FMCSA National Training Center contacts for CMVCI-DIAP:

Assistance with DIAP course requests, training materials and course administration:

Chris Nicholas – DIAP Course Specialist:  or (202) 309-8652

Lodging and Per Diem available per RMHIDTA Policy

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