What do we mean by sports corruption and how can we tackle it? Clue’s Head of Sport, Phil Suddick, breaks down the definitions, the role of data and technology in detection, and the importance of fighting for integrity. Our motivations for enjoying sport are unique to...
The Entrepreneur panel featuring Dave Palmer (Darktrace), Clare Elford (Clue), David Notley (Enclave), Dan White (Synalogik) and chair Monika Radclyffe (Plexal). The Clue purpose is to help organisations across industries safeguard integrity. Our investigation and...
Clean Sport Week champions clean sport, education and anti-doping initiatives with sports across the UK. Use of performance-enhancing drugs in competitive sport is regarded as cheating, and a form of sports corruption. Against the spirit of sport, doping can also be...
The Police Foundation is currently involved in research to examine ‘disruption’ as a mode of crime control for tackling serious and organised crime. The disruption of criminals is a cornerstone of the national strategic response to serious and organised crime, one...
The Clue report Counter Fraud in 2022: Navigating the Path to Prevention highlights the pockets of best practice emerging in counter fraud as the offence reaches record levels. In this extract, Clue explores how acquiring tech investments requires doubling down on...
Clue joined the policing technology community last week at Police Digital Summit 2022. The summit hosts pressing discussion on how UK policing can be advanced effectively with technology, benefiting workforce, partnerships, and society. Data...
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