New Leadership for CVSA 2017-2018 Term

Oct 12, 2017

Customer News 101017_300x240pxThe Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) ushered in new leadership for the upcoming term on September 20, 2017. Capt. Christopher Turner steps into the role of president with twenty years’ of experience in law enforcement. Turner currently manages the Kansas Highway Patrol’s Motor Carrier Safety Assistance program (MCSAP), motor carrier inspectors fixed/mobile weight enforcement, and crash reconstruction teams.

Capt. Scott Carnegie of the Mississippi Highway Patrol serves as the new vice president with 24 years of previous service. Sgt. John Samis of the Delaware State Police for 24 years is the new CVSA secretary. The board of directors will be made up of the three most recent presidents able to serve: Sgt. Tom Fuller of the New York State Police and Deputy Chief Mark Savage of the Colorado State Patrol will serve as past presidents.

The news was announced at the CVSA Annual Conference and Exhibition, in Whitehorse, Yukon, Canada to over 300 government officials, enforcement, and industry members supporting the group’s mission to improve commercial motor vehicle safety and uniformity throughout North America. Next year’s Conference and Exhibition will take place Sept. 23-27, 2018 in Kansas City, Missouri.

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