IAATI is the International Association of Auto Theft Investigators.
This association was founded in the USA in 1952. Since 1989 we have a European Branch with members from 30 countries.
IAATI is a non-profit organization of both public and private professionals. The membership is made up from representatives of serving and retired police-officers, custom officers, insurance companies and their investigators, vehicle rental companies, car leasing companies, members of the vehicle licensing organizations, vehicle manufacturers, lawyers and many others with a legitimate professional interest in vehicle investigation, prevention and education.
Our officers, executive board and various committee chairs are elected from the general membership. Our most effective weapon to combat car crime related offences co-operation between all levels. Members of IAATI are not busy with combating car theft only, but also with other car or heavy equipment related crime.
Through our website and forum members can find other members worldwide. We organize an annual meeting and because we have members in many countries of Europe, every year we select a country to host this seminar. These seminars as well as contact between the members provide the opportunity to network and keep up with the latest developments.
For more information read our about us page.
24 October 2016
Kampala — Five years ago, when thieves stole a car they would drive it to a garage, dismantle it then alter the chassis and engine number. They would join parts of different vehicles of the same type and sell it to unsuspecting buyer.
19 October 2016
he ABI has today published its ‘Lifting the Bonnet on Car Insurance’ report that sets out what is needed to help tackle higher insurance premiums being faced by many UK motorists. The ABI’s latest Motor Insurance Premium Tracker shows that the price of the average comprehensive policy…
17 October 2016
Restoring borders everywhere in Europe would cost up to €3 billion ($3.3 billion) a year, after one-off costs of up to €20 billion, according to a study published Thursday by the Rand Europe think tank.
13 October 2016
Law enforcement agencies are constantly challenged with negotiating a variety of pressing issues while striving to maintain high ethical, moral, legal, and professional standards. Of utmost importance is the principle to protect the public from harm
10 October 2016
Police in Bristol, Keynsham and South Gloucestershire are investigating a number of burglaries overnight Wednesday 5 to Thursday 6 October, while householders slept. Officers became aware of the first burglary when they were called to a report of a crashed car in Crews Hole Road, St George, at about…
5 October 2016
A gang of car thieves who used a sophisticated key fob jamming device to steal high end motors worth nearly £700,000 were jailed for more than 12 years.
3 October 2016
SCOTLAND witnessed a 16.6 per cent increase in injury claims over the past four years, meaning there are now on average 7,419 more claims per year.
29 September 2016
Police have issued an urgent warning to residents in rural areas of Craven to take extra security precautions after a spate of recent quad bike and Land Rover thefts.
28 September 2016
WASHINGTON, D.C., (WGXA) - The Federal Bureau of Investigation's 2015 crime statistics, which were released on Monday, indicate an overall decline in property crimes from 2014 and an increase in violent crimes.