"Vehicle crime and the cyber future"

67th International Vehicle Crime Conference

The International Association Auto Theft Investigators and their United Kingdom Branch are proud to partner with Police Scotland in hosting the 67th IAATI International Vehicle Crime Conference & Expo in Glasgow from Sunday 15th to Friday 20th September 2019.
The International Association of Auto Theft Investigators (IAATI) was formed in 1952 in order to improve communication and coordination, among the growing family of professional auto theft investigators. It has become recognized as the peak industry body with members in over 71 countries. IAATI recognises that our most effective weapon to combat vehicle crimes is cooperation. IAATI has actively pursued this by providing its members with an array of experiences, training and resources in areas such as technical developments, trends, intelligence information and investigative assistance. Through IAATI we are able to pool our resources in order to achieve our common interests, and better serve our communities. IAATI is dedicated to developing and encouraging the highest professional standards of conduct among auto theft investigators, while providing an infrastructure for those dedicated individuals to broaden their knowledge and develop the crucial business networks with local and international colleagues. 

This event will attract senior practitioners, opinion formers, law enforcement, intuitive projects, vehicle examiners and a healthy cross section of key players from the plant, agricultural, haulage, leisure, salvage, I.T., insurance and motor manufacturer industries. It is a great opportunity to showcase to the world what is happening in our neck of the woods and to hear and compare what is happening elsewhere.

This event will concentrate on classroom Training (Awareness) sessions covering Electronic, Physical, Marking, insurance fraud and other aspects of vehicle/equipment crime. The theme for the conference is vehicle crime and the cyber future.

An Expo of security products and solutions, information and technology stands will be on display from 6.00pm Sunday 15th September to 8.00pm Wednesday 18th September, 2019. The exhibition areas are at the entry to and adjoining the plenary floors.

Other key events during the conference are: (Dress is business attire or kilt.)

1.     Presidents reception at 6.00pm on Sunday 15th September. This will be held in the exhibition area.

2.     The official opening ceremony will be held at 8.30am on Monday 16th September.

3.     Civic reception 6.00pm on Monday 16th September, 2019 at the Glasgow Town Hall.

4.     Awards Banquet 6.00pm on Thursday 19th September, 2019.

An exhibitors reception will be held in the exhibition area from 6.00pm on Wednesday 18th September, 2019. Dress is smart casual. 

The conference will officially close at 11.00am on Friday 20th September, 2019. 

Please complete this form as an expression of interest if you are still wishing to be involved. You can nominate your preffered date of presentation if you are NOT intending on attending the full conference. 

Thank you for your interest as a speaker at the 67th International Vehicle Crime Conference and Expo to be held between the 15th and 20th September, 2019 in Glasgow.

This questionaire will assist us in ensuring we have your correct detailsfor the program.

Please forward your head and shoulders photo and any logo you wish to use to: 1. John O'Byrne at jobyrne@iaati.org and 2. Paul Harrison at pjharrison@dstl.gov.uk

Paul Harrison
Program Chair

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* 1. Are you interested in presenting at the 67th International Vehicle Crime Conference in Glasgow between the 15th and 20th September, 2019.

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* 2. Contact details:

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* 3. As a speaker you will be able to attend the conference for the day of your presentation. Lunch morning and afternoon teas will be provided. Please let us know if you intend to attend the conference as a delegate for the five days.

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* 4. Please provide us with a brief description of your topic. This will be used as a key heading for the program.

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* 5. When would you prefer to present? We shall do our best to accomodate your request.

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* 6. May we use your bio with the conference program and website. If so please provide us with your bio in the attached comment box.

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* 7. May we use your company logo on the conference programme and website?. If so please forward same to John O'Byrne at jobyrne@iaati.org and  Paul Harrison at pjharrison@dstl.gov.uk

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* 8. I authorise IAATI to release and publish a copy of my presentation on the IAATI website and be available for all IAATI members.

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