The Scottish Association of Investigators exists to represent all investigators in the private sector working in Scotland; to keep members updated with current and proposed legislation; and to make representations and recommendations to legislators on topics that affect investigators.
The Scottish Association of Investigators was born out of the Scottish Investigators Forum (SIF), an organisation founded in March 2000. At its Annual General Meeting in 2008, the SIF resolved to reform itself as a new professional association, The Scottish Association of Investigators, taking over the membership, responsibilities, assets and liabilities of the SIF.
Our web site is currently being redeveloped, but if you have any questions regarding the Association, please contact one of the office bearers.
Thinking of becoming a member? Just contact us us to learn all you need to know about the benefits of membership of the Association, how to apply, and how much it costs.
Looking for an investigator? In the Members section, you’ll find a list of all current members of the Association and their contact details.
Got a question or comment for the Association? Then please get in touch with one of our office bearers:
15 Edison Street
22 Clydesdale Street
Any questions about our web site? These pages might have the answers: