The Clue Awards are an opportunity to highlight the extraordinary ways our customers use Clue to enhance digital intelligence and investigations.  

As the Clue user community grows, customers are increasingly recognising the value of receiving an award, which have become a key part of our annual Clue User Conference, taking place October 5th at London’s Congress Centre, and streaming online.  

Among several Clue-judged award categories recognising use cases, implementation, innovation and contributions to community, this year, we have introduced the User of the Year Award.  

User of the Year Award

Nominated by customers, this award will recognise just one organisation, team or individual that has used Clue to deliver outstanding results in 2022.  

Entries to the Clue User of the Year Award can include any or a combination of the following: 

  • An implementation project.  
  • The transformation of business process/es.  
  • Collaboration to share data/intelligence/best practice within an organisation or between departments or organisations.
  • Achievement of better outcomes or greater impact in tackling or preventing wrongdoing.  

Organisations are welcome to submit entries individually or jointly with other organisations.

Nominations will close on Friday, September 9th, with judging commencing the following week.  

“The Clue user community is growing fast and continues to diversify – the Clue Awards are an opportunity to celebrate the amazing breadth of work being done in digital investigations and intelligence, not just in the UK but globally,” said Rachel Evans, Chief Customer Officer at Clue.  

“For the first time in 2022, we have introduced an awards category that is nominated by the user community itself. This is an exciting opportunity to recognise, champion and celebrate your own work or that of your peers in front of a huge audience of like-minded experts. 

“I’m really looking forward to this award at the Clue User Conference in October. I know our user community will have some great nominations.” 

2021 categories, winners, and shortlist  

Last year, the Clue Awards 2021 recognised the outstanding work of organisations and individuals in front of 250 delegates representing over 70 organisations across government, police, corporate, sport and not-for-profit.  

With five hotly contested awards categories including Best Onboarding Project, Best Data Migration Project, Best Product Engagement, Best Large-Scale Project, and Best Individual Contributor, judging the awards proved a painstaking task.

To read the full entry criteria for the Clue Awards 2022 and access the entry form, please contact