What is the iIIRG?

**Conference & Masterclass 2014 Announcement**

The deadline for submitting abstracts, free masterclass and bursary places has now passed. You can still register and pay to attend the Conference and both Masterclasses (English and French) – see link below.  Standard rates apply from the 7th of March 2014.

La date limite pour soumettre des résumés ou pour poser votre candidature pour obtenir une bourse ou des places gratuites pour le masterclass est désormais dépassée. Vous pouvez encore vous inscrire et payer pour participer à la Conférence et aux masterclass (en anglais et en français) – voir le lien ci-dessous. Les tarifs standards s’appliquent à partir du 7 mars 2014. 

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The iIIRG was formed in 2007 and is a worldwide network of professionals, with collaborative interests, working with international bodies committed to improving investigative interviewing (internationally) and ensuring all improvements are underpinned by a robust evidence base.

conference-advert-home-2014The iIIRG works in collaboration with the School of Psychology, Newcastle University (UK); the Norwegian Police University College (Oslo); The Centre of Forensic Linguistics at Aston University (UK); the Centre of Forensic Interviewing at the University of Portsmouth (UK); the Kids Internet Safety Alliance (KINSA; Canada), and; the University of Derby (UK).  We also have a close working relationship with the Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO) in England and Wales.  The iIIRG is sponsored by Indico Systems and Forensic Interview Solutions Ltd.

There are many benefits only available to members    View Membership Benefits

Please note that unless otherwise stated, the official language of iIIRG at all events and in all correspondence is English.  Where specific translation is provided, or when the translate service is used (to the right of this page), the iIIRG accepts no responsibility, in any way, for its accuracy.