NMGIA has several organization membership classes, renewable annually. Membership fees are assessed by the NMGIA board.
Corporate Member: A corporation or other business entity which demonstrates and continues to demonstrate support of NMGIA purpose and functions.
Academic Institution: An accredited academic institution with a criminal justice curricula which supports the purpose and functions of NMGIA. The following documentation must accompany the application: a list of the criminal justice/intelligence program faculty; a list of courses offered; and, a review of research project and periodicals available through the program.
Partner Organization: A government entity, steering committee, professional development committee, non-profit organization, or similar entity which had demonstrated and continues to demonstrate support of the NMGIA mission, purpose, and functions.
Liaison Organization: A government and/or non-profit organization or a committee under such organization which NMGIA consults with and/or serves on in order to further the overall NMGIA mission. These functions may include, but are not limited to: developing qualification standards and competencies for the intelligence analysis field, reinforcing the concepts of professionalism, dedication to service, and integrity within the field; and, devising and supporting professional standards for career development.
Organization Membership Benefits
New and renewing members will have their organization profile, logo, and URL/hyperlink posted on the NMGIA website. They will also be provided a mailing of NMGIA members who wish to receive organization marketing materials.
Organization members will receive listing in and copies of the NMGIA newsletter that features news from NMGIA’s chapters, committees, and members, article of interest to the gang investigations field, and listings of available training. Members will have the opportunity to publish one (1) ½ page advertisement in one (1) edition of the NMGIA newsletter per year. Upgrades and additional advertisements are available for an additional fee;
In addition, organization members will have the opportunity to conduct training workshops and display booths at special NMGIA training events, hospitality events, or other special occasions, excluding the Annual Training Event; sponsorship opportunities of special NMGIA publications or hospitality events; access to regional commands; and, preferred access to Sponsor/Exhibitor spaces at the Annual Training Event with the purchase of same.
PLEASE NOTE: Law enforcement agencies and private sector companies with an embedded investigative function are not eligible to apply under this category. Please see our Individual Membership page.
If you have questions or are interested in becoming either a Corporate or an Academic Institution member, please contact the NMGIA Programs Director for more information.