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Conference Seminars

    • 23 Feb 2025
    • 26 Feb 2025
    • 1375 S. Broadway, Lexington, KY 40504
    Sponsors/Exhibitors  Hotel Reservations Training Schedule 

    Cut off for early registration is now December 31, 2024 (Payment must be received). On January 1, 2025, the Registration Fee increases by $100.00.   The cut-off for the room rate with perks is January 15, 2025.  A room and rate will not be guaranteed after January 15, 2025.  

    No Refunds after January 15, 2025.

    Room Rates are $129.00 (plus tax/fees) per night 

    Parking is FREE.

    IAMI Training will be held in Lexington, KY.  We will be staying at the:    
    The Campbell House-Lexington

    Whether you just rode into town, or have been here your entire life, Lexington is sure to feel like home. Nestled in the heart of Bluegrass Country, our historic city is as famous for its horses as it is for its Southern grace and charm. We sure hope you get a chance to experience them all.

    Recently renovated, The Campbell House is conveniently located near downtown, and only 4 miles from Blue Grass Airport and the legendary Keeneland Racecourse, putting the best of Lexington quite literally at your doorstep. Guests are encouraged to visit the nearby Kentucky Horse Park, University of Kentucky, or one of the many local bourbon distilleries for a taste of the best Lexington has to offer.

    Even with all that going on we also will be featuring World Class training and networking.  We are working hard to get your classes set and we will post it under conference training as we gather and confirm.

    Marine Investigator and Fire Exam will be offered for all pre-approved applicants.

Each year the Association, in conjunction with its annual meeting, sponsors a three day training seminar that is open to all members and to all interested law enforcement officers, insurance investigators, surveyors, and Coast Guard officials. These seminars normally cover the various aspects of marine theft and fraud, boating accidents, and very specific investigative techniques that will assist investigators in their investigations.

Examples of topics normally covered:

  • HIN formats; raising, tracing, and lifting HIN's
  • Trailer serial numbers, outboard and inboard serial numbers, and vessel identification numbers
  • Bank and insurance fraud investigations
  • Fire/arson investigations
  • Updates on the status of NCIC 2000 and VIDS
  • Updates on changes to Coast Guard regulations and policies.

IAMI initiated the Certified Marine Investigator training and testing in 2004. This designation for IAMI Members will ensure that marine investigators are qualified in various aspects of marine terminology, forensic photography, investigation techniques, etc. Read more about IAMI's CMI Program in the 'Member's Only' area.

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