As vehicle crime and auto theft continue to rise across North America, Carfax for Police, in collaboration with the International Association of Auto Theft Invesgitaors, Northeast Regional Chapter (NE-IAATI), has announced a multi-part training series titled “Investigating Trends: Vehicle Crimes Series.” The training series offers timely insights into trends, tactics, and prevention methods from industry experts on fraudulent VINs and tags, criminal enterprises and organized theft rings, and vehicle forensics.
“The ‘Investigating Trends: Vehicle Crimes Series’ is where frontline investigators can gain insights to help fight vehicle crimes and exchange information with other investigators across North America. You won’t find this kind of expertise and content anywhere else,” said Lt. Michael Ledoux (ret.), Carfax for Police business development director and vice president of Northeast IAATI. “CARFAX for Police and NE-IAATI are two organizations deeply committed to sharing insights with the law enforcement community to help them protect and serve.”
Multiple virtual events are offered free of charge starting on Feb. 20. The culminating event is the NE-IAATI & CASIU 51st Annual Vehicle Crimes Conference on May 6-9 at Mississauga Convention Centre in Ontario, Canada. Each session will feature of panel of industry thought leaders.
When: Feb. 20, 1 PM ET
What: Learn how Berla and Carfax for Police can power your investigations.
When: March 19, 1 PM ET
What: Learn new tactics from a panel focused on rental car theft rings and vehicle theft exporting.
When: April 9, 1 PM ET
What: Learn how to identify fraudulent VINs and tags to recover stolen vehicles.
NE-IAATI & CASIU 51st Annual Vehicle Crimes Conference
When: May 6 - 9, 2024, in-person paid registration required.
What: North America’s premier vehicle crimes training event. Mississauga Convention Centre, Ontario.
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The NE-IAATI was formed and received its charter from IAATI in 1972. The organization serves officers involved in vehicle theft investigation in the northeastern United States and eastern Canada.