This year’s Clue conference is shaping up to be the biggest ever and we can now reveal more details of some special guests that will be attending.
If you’ve not already registered it’s not too late, please respond to the email address below.
We’re delighted that Sir Mark Rowley, recently retired Head of Counter-Terror policing in the UK, has agreed to give the keynote speech, reflecting on the changing nature of investigation in a digital world.
We’ll be presenting new features, such as data mining, facial recognition and causal analysis, and launching our new online feedback tool for users to propose, comment and vote for new Clue features.
We know from previous events that users really appreciate hearing from each other – so we’ve asked some of our clients to come along and describe the innovative ways in which Clue is being used.
Disclosure is clearly a concern for policing, but similar principles apply in every investigative sphere. We’re planning a panel session to hear from some of our users about how these challenges are being met and we are very pleased to announce that Detective Chief Superintendent Paul Keasey, National Programme Lead for Digital Intelligence and Investigations, will be joining the panel to share his insights.
We’ll be presenting our inaugural “Clue Awards” (it could be you!)
We reckon that by 5 o’clock you’ll be ready for a drink – so we’ll be inviting delegates to join us for refreshments and networking before the journey home.
If you’ve already signed up look out for your final joining details. If you want to come along but haven’t yet registered, please reply to firstname.lastname@example.org
We really look forward to seeing you on the day, and with your help, we’ll ensure that Clue continues to equip investigators with the tools required to keep pace with a rapidly changing digital world.
A reminder – the event takes place at:
St Giles Hotel, Bedford Avenue, London, WC1B 3GH.
Nearest tube: Tottenham Court Road
Registration starts at 9.15