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 60 countries. IAATI recognises that our most effective weapon to combat the vehicle crimes is cooperation.
Digitpol’s staff and partners are all proud individual members of IAATI. Digitpol’s Principal membership number: IN-01058-EU
The Association of British Investigators
The ABI is the only association in this industry to be endorsed by the Law Society of England and Wales, and included in the Law Society of Scotland’s approved Supplier Scheme. The highes
independent professional bodies for solicitors put their trust in us. We’re confident you can do the same.
Digitpol’s Principal is a proud ABI Member. Membership Number: O/627
Information Security and Forensics Society (ISFS)
ISFS was registered under the Hong Kong Societies Ordinance in May 2000. Our mission is to advocate and enforce professionalism, integrity and innovation in Information Security and Computer Forensics in Hong Kong and the surrounding region. Digitpol Principal is a proud member of the ISFS.
HTCC is an international organization connecting cyber cops and investigators, sharing information and offering each other help and advice in Cybercrime matters. Helping law enforcement since 1998. Digitpol Principle is a proud member of the HTCC.
(We use the term High Tech to include Digital, Cyber or Online)
International organization of private investigators and security consultants established in 1955 with membership in over 45 countries. Digitpol’s Principle is a proud member of the CII.
For over 36 years, the Institute of Professional Investigators has sought to encourage and promote its members to achieve and maintain a high standard of professionalism whilst engaged in their investigative activities. Our organisation is the only “Institute” within the private investigation sector in the United Kingdom. We consider our membership to be truly representative of the investigation sector.
The International Police Association is an independent body made up of members of the police service, whether on active duty or retired, and without distinction as to rank, sex, race, colour, language or religion. Its purpose is to create bonds of friendship and to promote international co-operation.