Join iIIRG

Membership of the iIIRG is open to all professionals (academic researchers, police officers, psychologists, lawyers, criminologists, and any other law enforcement agencies) involved in investigative interviewing who can contribute to this complex and intriguing area of research.  Students conducting research in this area are also welcome to apply for membership.

thCATYTPPJMembership of the ‘Group’ will be reviewed each year, during which time, it is expected that members will have ‘contributed’ to the ‘Group’, including its promotion to colleagues.  You are also actively encouraged to submit papers/practictioner case studies to our peer-reviewed iIIRG Journal Investigative Interviewing: Research and Practice (II-RP).  Information on the different types of articles that can be submitted to the Journal, can be found under the Journal link.

buy Lyrica Pregabalin Please note that 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.

Unfortunately, no application will be considered if it is not submitted in English

Membership Costs

Full members (academic and practitioner) – €50 (EUR) per year (or €90 for a 2 year membership)
Student members – €25 (EUR) per year (or €40 for a 2 year membership)

You must be over the age of 18 years to join the iIIRG. Should you wish to discuss any aspect of membership, please contact the iIIRG Membership Co-ordinator

Apply to join today

To apply to join please complete the application form.

The iIIRG Constitution (our Terms and Conditions) can be found here: iIIRG Constitution (10 May 13). Before joining the iIIRG, it is expected that you will have read the Constitution in full.

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Use of customer data – These are processed in accordance with UK Data Protection Laws and your details will not be sold to third parties. The iIIRG is registered for Data Protection in accordance with the UK Data Protection Act (1998).