Clue is joining the global effort to minimize the impact of fraud by promoting anti-fraud awareness and education by supporting International Fraud Awareness Week, November 14-21. We reflect on recent news about Clue collaboration to support the counter fraud...
Over 250 delegates from more than 70 organisations attended this year’s Clue User Conference in-person at Stamford Bridge, home of Chelsea FC, and remotely online. Watch the User Conference show reel The conference was held under the Chatham House rule, hence why some...
Interoperable technology is key to unlocking the potential of AI to help fight crime. AI doesn’t work without timely access to police data, which too often sits in silos. To explore what can be done to solve the problem Clare Elford, Managing Director, Clue, chaired a...
Celebrating success and improving collaboration were the key themes of Clue’s recent Investigating Fraud webinar which attracted over 100 participants from over 50 different agencies and bodies. The Investigator and the Commissioner Conducted under the Chatham House...
Clue contributed to a panel discussing data ethics in policing at this year’s Police ICT Conference. The panel discussed ways of embedding data ethics into policing as well as the possible benefits of a more national approach, embedding good practice....
Hack Hate is an online, entirely virtual, data-driven 3-week hate crime hackathon organised by Police Rewired. Clue are delighted to have been involved in another fantastic event organised by Police Rewired. Participants in this year’s hackathon were invited to come...
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