If required and after agreement, positive publicity relating to the investigation may be forwarded to local newspapers, magazines and/or related internet sites. Also a local press reporter may be invited to join the NGRIT-UK team if asked to do so by the site under investigation but NGRIT-UK will make no information available to the public or press about the investigation unless requested to do so.
NGRIT-UK, its members, observers or guests joining NGRIT-UK on paranormal investigations, including ghost tours, will be covered by NGRIT-UK through a recognised and current insurance policy, inclusive of public liability cover of no less then £5,000,000.
All members and related NGRIT-UK observers will not hold any organisations, person(s), or private parties responsible for any accidents whilst on site and, if asked to do so, all NGRIT-UK members will sign a disclaimer form prior to any investigation.
All NGRIT-UK members and related observers, will at all times respect and adhere to any rules that have been agreed between NGRIT-UK and any private parties, person(s) and organisations responsible for the site and whom have agreed to an NGRIT-UK investigation.
NGRIT-UK employs a comprehensive and strict Health and Safety policy for all members and volunteers, which encompasses a strict NO SMOKING and NO LITTER policy.