Friday, September 11, 2015

Idaho State Police to Host 2015 Annual Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance Conference in Boise Next Week

Teresa Baker
Public Information Officer
700 S. Stratford Dr., Meridian 83642
(208) 884-7122
Fax (208) 884-7087

For Immediate Release: 9/11/15 at 10:00 a.m.

MERIDIAN - The Idaho State Police and its Commercial Vehicle Safety Section is proud to host the 2015 Annual Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance (CVSA) Fall Conference and Exhibition at the Boise Centre. The conference will bring approximately 600 people to the Treasure Valley to meet and discuss commercial vehicle safety and other important industry issues. The attendees include leaders from local, state, and federal enforcement and regulatory agencies, as well as, the trucking industry.

Idaho State Police Major Bill Reese is currently serving as the President of the CVSA and will chair the meeting. The Idaho State Police works with industry and other partners to promote safety and safe operating practices on our state's highways and roads. Reducing crashes, especially those involving injury and death, is one of the primary goals of the Idaho State Police.

The conference will be held at the Boise Centre, beginning Monday, September 14th and continuing through Thursday, September 17th.

For more information on the conference please visit the CVSA conference website at

The Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance is an international not-for-profit organization comprised of local, state, provincial, territorial and federal motor carrier safety officials and industry representatives from the United States, Canada and Mexico. Our mission is to promote commercial motor vehicle safety and security by providing leadership to enforcement, industry and policy makers. In addition, CVSA has several hundred associate members who are committed to helping the Alliance achieve its goals: uniformity, compatibility and reciprocity of commercial vehicle inspections, and enforcement activities throughout North America by individuals dedicated to highway safety and security. For more information, visit