Southeast Regional Chapter
The Southeast Chapter includes the entire area of the States of Alabama, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, and the District of Columbia.
North Central Regional Chapter
Responding to requests for Auto Theft training beyond his jurisdictional boundaries, Illinois State Police Captain Clyde Oliver petitioned the International Association of Auto Theft Investigators and was granted a Charter on January 1, 1972 to form the North Central Regional Chapter. Currently the NCRC draws its membership from the Mid-Western United States and the Canadian Provinces of Ontario and Manitoba.
Northeast Regional Chapter
The NE-IAATI was formed and received its charter from IAATI in 1972. The founding charter members in their wisdom saw the present and future need of an organization which would serve those persons involved in the field of vehicle theft investigation in the Northeastern USA and the eastern part of Canada.
South Central Regional Chapter
The Southeast Chapter, International Association Auto Theft Investigators was established by charter in 1974. The South Central Chapter is comprised of Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Louisiana.
Western Regional Chapter
The Western Regional Chapter was formed and received their IAATI Charter in 1988. The WRC is comprised of 3 Canadian Provinces of Alberta, British Columbia and Saskatchewan along with the U.S. States of California, Washington, Oregon, Arizona, Colorado, Hawaii, Alaska, Wyoming, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, and Utah. The stated objective of the WRC is one of support for the regional auto theft associations and the training they provide.
The Australasian Branch of the International Association of Auto Theft Investigators (I.A.A.T.I.) was formed in Australia in 1994. We have members throughout every State of Australia and New Zealand. Membership is made up of representatives from police services (investigators, analysts, and forensic staff), insurers, private investigators, vehicle registration authorities, vehicle manufacturers and others with a legitimate interest in vehicle theft investigation, prevention and education.
South African Branch
IAATI is dedicated to developing and encouraging the highest professional standards of conduct among vehicle crime investigators, and strives to eliminate all factors interfering with the administration of the vehicle crime suppression effort.
The European Branch of IAATI was formed in 1990. It now has approximately 280 members from 33 European Countries, the Middle East, North Africa, South Africa and Japan. Its current Board is made up of members from 9 different countries.
“A Partnership Approach to Vehicle Crime.”