IAATI will host the 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.
This event is to be held at the Henry Ford College – www.fordcollege.org.uk – Loughborough University, Leicestershire on the 12th and 13th, June 2013.
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.
2013 National Vehicle Crime Conference sponsored by:
“RETAINA GROUP” – www.retainagroup.com
“CATLOC” – www.catloc.eu
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Our 2012 National Vehicle Crime Conference was held on the 23rd and 24th May 2012 at the Jaguar Visitor Centre Castle Bromwich, (near Birmingham).
From the feedback we have received for this years conference the 2013 conference is heading to be hailed as a resounding success.
The 2012 conference was sponsored by Ambersett, Cobra and Retainagroup with over nine Conference Exhibitors taking part the Master of Ceremonies, David Ryan opened the conference, followed by a welcome speech from John Reading of Jaguar Land Rover.
Full 2012 Conference Report Click Here
Who should attend IAATI Conferences?
Anyone – practitioner or manager, who represents or plays a tactical role in any transparent organisation, that has as its key aim, any aspect of crime prevention , investigation or disruption, within vehicle enabled crime.
Organisations who want to hear about best practice, new technology and high level strategy, in a networking environment, complete with industry exhibition.
Police : Operational Managers – Roads Policing Staff - Specialist Vehicle Investigators – Volume Crime Vehicle Champions – Crime Reduction specialists – Major Crime and Homicide Investigators – Covert investigation specialists – Intelligence operatives and Analysts
Other Law Enforcement: Channel Islands – Isle of Man – Republic of Ireland – Serious and Organised Crime Agency – Customs and Revenue.
Government Agencies: DVLA – VOSA – DSA – and any Local or National Government with a Regulation of Investigative Powers Act 2000 remit – such as Trading Standards Groups – Gangmasters Licensing Authority.
Industry: Motor Manufacturers and Trade Associations – Motor Insurance Markets – Motor Salvage Operators – Motorcycle Specialist Interest Groups – Plant specialist interest groups and Operators – Leisure Vehicle Specialist Interest Groups.
Security Companies: With after market product ranges targeting vehicle crime – Thatcham Associates
Insurance Fraud: Credit Reference Agencies and automotive service industry staff – Insurance Industry – Fraud Managers – Insurance Industry claims associates – Insurance Industry investigators.
Government: Home Office – DfT staff – Criminologist’s analysts – Crime reduction directorates – Local Authorities, Local Authority Traffic Management and Congestion Scheme operators, Automatic Number plate Reader users. Borders Agency, and British Airport Authority operators.
Others: Fire and Rescue Service and support agencies – Crime Stoppers – any organisation re Secure Car Parks – Car Park Management – Traffic Management Schemes – Truck watch or specific interest groups – Strategic Partnerships – Statutory Bodies – Specialist Press – CIFAS – Finance and Leasing Association – Trade Aassociations such as British Vehicle Leasing Rental Association – Hire Association Europe – Construction Plant Association – Road Haulage Association – Freight Truck Association and others – Heavy Goods Vehicle Specialist Interest Groups and Operators.
Exhibitors: Property marking – Asset tracking – Legal services – Technical devices – Insurance – Software distributors – CCTV – Security Devices and Services – data holders and much more.
Whether you are an established or recent member, or simply wish to attend as a delegate, we appreciate the professional knowledge that you have acquired and are willing to discuss with others.
If there are questions to be raised or answered on autocrime, the IAATI National Vehicle Crime Conference is the place to be.
“A Partnership Approach to Vehicle Crime.”