The 65th Annual IAATI Training Seminar, hosted by the Southern African Branch of the International Association of Auto Theft Investigators will take place on African soil for the very first time in August 2017. We are proud to be hosting this event and would like to invite you to join us in Cape Town, South Africa.
The Seminar offers a weeklong training program on the latest information on vehicle crime investigation, motor vehicle identification, vehicle crime trends and current technology. IAATI recognizes that just as law enforcement agencies cannot successfully function independently of one another, auto theft investigation requires active collaboration with the private sector. As such our members include representatives of law enforcement agencies, insurance industry, banking institutions, vehicle manufacturers, security experts, forensic specialists, government, registration authorities and vehicle inspectors, policy advisers, and others with a legitimate interest in vehicle related crime. Our members are involved in all aspects of legal vehicle related crime, including the prevention and, detection, investigation and prosecution thereof, as well as the awareness and education of all stake holders.
The seminar aims to attract more than 500 delegates, both local and international and will cover topics such as vehicle identification and technology, cloning, investigative techniques and trends, vehicle theft and hijacking, cross border vehicle crime, tracking of vehicles, risk mitigation, fraud, corruption, systems and data as well as other related topics.
Vehicle theft is at the core of every crime, and needs to be addressed. Your participation in this event indicates that you share the same view. This initiative can only be a success if we are all serious about combining our efforts in the fight against vehicle crime. This is an excellent opportunity to do just that.
We hope you will join us on the road to change, by accepting our invitation to attend the 65th Annual IAATI Training Seminar
We simply cannot do it without you.
President, IAATI Southern African Branch NPC