A Proven History
IIR provides services related to law enforcement, juvenile justice, and homeland security issues, specializing in the development and implementation of strategic solutions to maximize intergovernmental programs, operations, and relations to state, local, and tribal law enforcement agencies and homeland security partners. IIR’s expertise and services are diverse and far-reaching, resulting in a number of nationally recognized programs and efforts.
Since 1978, the Institute for Intergovernmental Research (IIR) has supported federal, state, local, and tribal law enforcement, criminal justice, juvenile justice, and homeland security programs. Through a proven track record of exceeding expectations and dedication to excellence, IIR successfully executes federally funded training programs, facilitates information sharing initiatives and policy development for law enforcement agencies and homeland security partners, and provides technical assistance to organizations on a number of law enforcement-related issues. IIR provides strength, integrity, and flexibility in successful program development and service delivery.
With special emphasis on intergovernmental collaboration, IIR offers unequaled expertise and an extraordinary track record in management and organization, operations, information systems, planning, research, technical assistance, program evaluation, curriculum development, training, and policy development and implementation.
IIR excels in research, customized training, and technical assistance programs in such specialized fields as youth gangs, anti-terrorism, intelligence gathering, grants administration, information sharing, and privacy concerns. Extensive data collection and analysis and detailed case studies are designed to help law enforcement officials tailor solutions to their specific needs. In addition, IIR provides technical training to hundreds of agencies throughout the United States.
Customized workshops and seminars are organized and conducted by IIR across the country to assist law enforcement personnel in improving their leadership, technical, operational, and managerial skills. Other areas of special competence include security and privacy concerns, human trafficking investigations, matters related to organized crime, investigative and intelligence management systems, and narcotics control.
Cutting-edge multimedia and graphics design in the development of products for training and education. IIR also operates state-of-the-art information systems and is an Internet host for affiliated law enforcement and criminal justice organizations, providing Web site content, development, and maintenance services.
IIR has earned a national reputation for excellence among federal, state, local, tribal, and regional law enforcement experts. IIR employs over 150 people and maintains additional offices in Washington, DC; Pennsylvania; and Tennessee.
With headquarters in Tallahassee, Florida, and offices in the District of Columbia, Pennsylvania, and Tennessee as well as remote professional staff located in many states across the United States, IIR can quickly respond to support an