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...
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...
Interview with former Commissioner, City of London Police, at Counter Fraud 2022 We sat down with Ian Dyson after he chaired an expert Clue-hosted panel to find out his thoughts on the evolving fraud threat landscape. With unrivalled experience leading the national...
Clue and Chorus Intelligence, providers of digital intelligence and investigation software today announced a new collaboration that enables their respective software to integrate to help combat crime. The two organisations started working together in 2021 on the Home...
Clue was selected as a finalist in the latest Accelerated Capability Environment Impact Lab with Merseyside Police, which addressed overcoming problems attributing huge amounts of mobile chat data with suspects’ real-world identities in a serious organised crime drugs...
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...
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