Law enforcement agents with the N.C. Division of Motor Vehicles License & Theft Bureau enforce all state laws and regulations related to vehicles, such as theft, document fraud, ID fraud, vehicle inspection fraud and odometer fraud. They also are responsibile for regulating motor vehicle dealers, manufacturers, inspection stations, towing and storage facilities, and repair businesses.
Newly appointed agents attend comprehensive training at the License & Theft Bureau’s Basic Inspector Academy. The training prepares new agents for the diverse responsibilities they will encounter in their new career.
The License & Theft Bureau also utilizes non-sworn positions. These positions vary widely but are essential to assisting inspectors and other functions of the bureau. These positions might be located at one of seven district offices throughout the state or at division headquarters.
To learn more about employment opportunities and/or to reach out to a recruitment coordinator, please visit the
NCDMV License & Theft Bureau Portal.
Go to the License & Theft Portal
- Competitive starting salary
- Flexible work hours
- Paid state holidays
- State retirement benefits
- State health plan (medical, dental, vision & more)
- Take home vehicle (sworn positions)
A License & Theft Bureau inspector must:
- Be at least 21 years old
- Be certified in basic law enforcement training
- Have prior law enforcement experience
Job listings are posted on the N.C. Office of State Human Resources website.
The License & Theft Bureau takes pride in building a relationship with the citizens of North Carolina by attending special events such as job fairs, conferences, and other business and community functions. Visit the License & Theft Bureau portal if you are interested in having a member attend a special event.