New License and Theft Inspectors Ready to Serve
Posted 4/21/2017 2:35:13 PM
RALEIGH – The NCDMV License and Theft Bureau held graduation ceremonies on Friday, April 21, for its 22nd Basic Inspector Class at the N.C. Justice Academy in Salemburg. Eleven new inspectors will be assigned to various regions of the state and will join 195 other inspectors who primarily investigate vehicle theft, title fraud, driver license ID card fraud, and vehicle odometer fraud.
“Governor Cooper and I want to express our pride in the dedication and responsibility demonstrated by each of these graduates today,” said DMV Acting Commissioner Eric Boyette. “They are a great example of what law enforcement represents, and they are ready to serve the citizens of North Carolina.”
The new inspectors are: Jon Alcala, Marcus Chapman, Christopher Crawford, Nicholas Harrison, Robert Miller, Nathan Shoaf, Michael Vick, Neal Ward, Jessica Wesson, Mathew Wingo and Aaron Zaval.
The inspectors enforce the rules and regulations governing vehicle dealers, vehicle safety and emissions inspection stations, vehicle towing and storage facilities, and vehicle repair businesses.
The License and Theft Bureau was created in 1921 by the N.C. General Assembly. It is the oldest state law enforcement agency in North Carolina.
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