NAVCIS aims to remove the use of vehicles as a crime enabler by working together with our partners to tackle vehicle enabled crime, using multi agency intelligence.

In 1992 the National Caravan Council established the CRiS marking scheme for caravans produced in the UK. Initially this scheme was managed for the NCC by HPI Ltd, but the NCC took the decision to take this product ‘in house’, and what was the Caravan Registration Identification Scheme became the Central Registration and Identification Scheme. This scheme now allows for the registration of not only caravans but also trailers – where the VIN – the Worldwide Manufacturers Identification code – is used for the identification process. This code is unique to the caravan / trailer from when it is manufactured. Consumers who register their caravans receive a keeper document – similar to that issued to their car by the DVLA. The scheme allows for checks to be carried out before purchase, alerting to any stolen, financed or even insurance write off caravans being offered for sale.

EPIC is a substantial and highly reputable professional association for ex-police officers working in industry and commerce – with a current membership in excess of 350.

The International Association of Auto Theft Investigators (IAATI)aims to improve communication and coordination among the growing family of professional auto theft investigators.

The National Caravan Council (NCC) is the representative trade body for the UK caravan and motorhome industries.

Advice regarding effective security products to Commercial Customers, the Insurance Industry, the Home Office, the Police and the Public.>

At over 105 years the Caravan and Camping club are the oldest Club for all campers, caravanners and motor caravanners, and offer a warm welcome to members and non-members alike, however they choose to camp.

The Caravan Club provide services and activities for 1 million caravan, motor caravan and trailer tent owners, as well as offering a superb choice of quality caravan parks and caravan sites throughout the UK and Ireland.