Welcome to the IAATI UK website
Early this year we surveyed our members and asked them what they wanted in order to move IAATI UK forward.
The overwhelming majority of those who answered the survey wanted a functional, easy to navigate website with regular information.
We hope that this simpler interactive site will give our members encouragement to comment on current issues and provide feedback.
We will also shortly be publishing regular newsletters which our members and the general public can download.
These newsletters will aim to inform members (and others) of current IAATI issues, both here in the UK and overseas as well as snippets of news and other useful information.
2013 National Vehicle Crime Conference
A day and a half event attracting senior practitioners, opinion formers and a healthy cross section of key players from the motorcycle, road haulage, leisure, plant, salvage, insurance and motor industry as a whole.
Police and Government Agencies’ experts and staff complement the mix of delegates, all providing a clearer focus on a multi layered response to this form of criminality.
With keynote speakers from leading organisations across the sector, the event attracts up to 150 delegates and is the focus of both industry and media attention.
A number of Commercial Exhibitors will have stands each bringing state-of-the-art solutions and best practice to the attention of delegates.
Details & Conference Booking – Click Here
IAATI UK Board
There have been quite a few changes in the IAATI UK Board and these changes will be reflected in our operations including new training courses.
Once again we listened to our members and are in the process of preparing shorter, more focused vehicle examination courses.
For those wishing to become members of IAATI UK, you will find information on the members’ page of the application process and for those wishing to renew, we have now set up what we hope is an easier (but secure) system of payment.
As you know the IAATI UK Board is made up of unpaid volunteers who offer their time and experience to improve partnerships, with government and commerce, with the police and insurance industry, with the manufacturers and their agents and many others whose core business is to fight, prevent and investigate vehicle crime.
However each member of the board is there to represent all of our members and each of us is always available to discuss any issues.
The contact details for the board are available on the Contact page on this site.
Our motto ‘A Partnership Approach to Vehicle Crime’ is as relevant today in this economic climate as it has ever been.
The Board – IAATI UK – November, 2010
‘A Partnership Approach to Vehicle Crime’