The Institute for Intergovernmental Research (IIR) is a Tallahassee, Florida-based nonprofit corporation specializing in training, technical assistance, and research for criminal justice, homeland security, and juvenile justice issues. IIR excels in research, customized training, and technical assistance programs in specialized fields, including intelligence gathering, grants administration, information sharing, and privacy concerns. In addition, IIR provides technical assistance to numerous agencies throughout the United States. Areas of special competence include security and privacy concerns, human trafficking investigations, organized crime control, investigative and intelligence management systems, and narcotics control.
IIR's legacy has been the promotion of greater efficiency and effectiveness among federal, state, local, and tribal law enforcement agencies—not only within their operations but cooperatively, across jurisdictional lines. IIR is also an authorized federal vendor for professional services, including consulting, facilitation, and survey services.
IIR specializes in the development and implementation of strategic solutions to maximize intergovernmental programs, operations, and relations. IIR’s expertise and services are far-reaching, including, but not limited to, Information Sharing Initiatives, Criminal Justice Training, and Anti-Gang Initiatives