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...
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...
The Accelerated Capability Environment (ACE) is a Home Office capability within the Office for Security and Counter Terrorism (OSCT) that solves fast-changing digital and technological challenges facing law enforcement and national security agencies. ACE brings...
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....
Clue Managing Director, Clare Elford, provides a guest blog contribution to TechUK Public Safety Campaign week. In this piece, Clare Elford from Clue welcomes the National Policing Digital Strategy but says we need to focus quickly on implementation. Some of the...
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