Commercial Vehicle Counterterrorism Training Program (CVCTP)Up one level
The program is designed to train law enforcement officers responsible for the enforcement of commercial vehicles traveling on the Nation’s highways on how large commercial vehicles can be used to commit an act of terrorism, either as a weapon of mass destruction or transporting materials to further a terrorist cause. The CVCTP is unique in its design, recognizing that security of our highways is accomplished by a cooperative effort of Federal, State, and Local officers. This program is conducted as a Center Advanced Training Program and is available as an export.
Length: 4 class days.
- Introduction to CVCTP
- Commercial Vehicle Awareness
- Fraudulent Document Recognition
- Weapons of Mass Destruction
- Terrorism for CVCTP
- Personal Radiation Detectors (PRD)
- Commercial Vehicle La
- Improvised Explosive Devices
Instructors in the Commercial Vehicle Counterterrorism Training Program (CVCTP) are current and former Federal, State, Local and Military law enforcement officers with substantial experience as criminal investigators, state troopers and explosive ordinance disposal personnel, who have served in the area of commercial vehicle enforcement.
Prerequisites for Attendance
Attendance is open to Federal, State and Local law enforcement officers and agents who are assigned duties related to the enforcement of commercial motor vehicles.
For FLETC on-center training of this program, the Federal Agency Training Officer for your agency should contact the FLETC Training Admissions Specialist at (912) 267-2269 or via e-mail @ FLETCAdmissions@dhs.gov for program/lodging costs and availability of allocations for this training program.
Contact FLETC Office of State and Local Training at the State/Local Employee Registration Website.
National Integration Center (NIC) (formerly the Office of Grants and Training)
The Commercial Vehicle Counterterrorism Training Program (CVCTP) has been approved by the National Integration Center (NIC) (formerly the Office of Grants and Training) and is added to the list of Eligible Federal Training Courses. For more information check with your State Homeland Security Office or the NIC.
International (Non-US) Personnel
Should contact FLETC International Training and Technical Assistance at (912) 280-5353, Email: FLETCfirstname.lastname@example.org
This training program can be exported to various sites around the country; with tuition costs being determined by the actual location of the training. Contact the Division Program Specialist, at email FLETC-CounterterrorismDivision@dhs.gov for specific information regarding registration and program costs.
Official travel days are Sunday and Friday.
Special Equipment Needs
Students will need to bring extra clothes for climbing around vehicles during inspections.
Federal Law Enforcement Training Center
1131 Chapel Crossing Road
CTD / TH391 - ATTN: Program Specialist
Glynco, GA 31524
FAX: (912) 267-3144
There are currently no training dates or other items within this program.