IAATI UK hosts the National Vehicle Crime Conferences which attract senior practitioners, opinion formers, Police, Government Agencies, Businesses and Organisations.
A cross section of key players from the motorcycle, road haulage, leisure, salvage, insurance and motor manufacturing industries always complementing the mix of delegates.
The IAATI National Vehicle Crime Conferences consist of two days of learning from industry and public service champions, about dealing with the wider issues surrounding vehicle crime, whether it be volume crime, organized crime, or deterring fraud, or better use of the data footprints.
View all the available conference reports below.
National Vehicle Crime Conference – 2012
The presentations from police and the private sector were first class.
The Master of Ceremonies, David Ryan opened the conference, followed by a welcome speech from John Reading of Jaguar Land Rover.
Simon Hurr President of IAATI UK and Joe Brosius President of IAATI International welcomed the participants to the conference.
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Staying Ahead Of Vehicle Crime – International Vehicle Crime Conference – 2011
For 2 days the prestigious Manchester United Football Club at Old Trafford received around 150 delegates from the Police, Government, Motor industry and Insurance world who together debated the current and future vehicle crime trends and discussed the new technology developed to combat vehicle crime.
International speakers provided the latest information about techniques and methods used to fight organised vehicle crime around the world.
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Tackling Vehicle Crime Together – 2010
19th – 20th May 2010
AVCIS: The ACPO Vehicle Crime Intelligence Service (AVCIS) in partnership with IAATI hosted The National Vehicle Crime Conference 2010 at the Jaguar Visitor Centre Castle Bromwich, in the heart of the Midlands, with the theme of ‘Tackling Vehicle Crime Together’.
The Partnership Approach – 2009
20th – 21st May 2009
For 2010 the IAATI National Vehicle Crime Conference IAATI opted for a change of venue for this year’s two day Conference, from the successful events at the Gaydon Motor Museum to the facilities at the Stoneleigh Exhibition Centre.
We are of course particularly grateful to our overall sponsors, TRACKER the UK’s number one supplier of vehicle tracking services, who have been strong supporters of the work of IAATI, and to all the exhibitors at this year’s event as delegates took the time to visit and browse their stands.
Experts Tackle Key Topics – 2008
7th – 8th May 2008
This year’s event was once again held at the prestigious Heritage Motor Centre at Gaydon, Warwickshire, and we are delighted to be working with our conference partner for 2008, McGard manufacturers of innovative security solutions.
Senior police officers joined insurance experts, members of government agencies and representatives of vehicle manufacturers from the UK and abroad to discuss the latest measures to tackle auto theft.
Insight Into The Latest Technological Developments – 2007
24th – 25th April 2007
The 2007 two day IAATI UK National Vehicle Crime Conference in association with Cobra Automotive Technologies was again held in Warwickshire at the Heritage Motor Centre at Gaydon.
Senior police officers, insurance experts, members of Government and representatives of vehicle manufacturers discussed the latest measures to tackle auto theft at the conference.