Winners announced for Clue Awards 2022
An integral part of the Clue User Conference, the Clue Awards returned yesterday (10th November) to celebrate the inspirational work and achievements of our user community.
This year, we recognised standout achievements from users across five categories, including:
Integrations – most innovative use of integrations as interoperability and data sharing becomes ever more important.
Community – an individual, team, or organisation that makes an outstanding contribution to achieving greater outcomes through collaboration.
Vision – an organisation that makes a substantial impact in protecting society from harm through their work.
User of the Year – an organisation, team, or individual that has used Clue to deliver outstanding results, ranging from implementation, to transforming business processes and leading collaboration to improve performance.
Tenure – celebrating decade-long users of Clue.
We are delighted to announce the winners of these awards below.
Email signatures and social graphics are available for winners and shortlisted here.
Clue Awards 2022 winners
- International Tennis Integrity Agency (ITIA) and the All-England Lawn Tennis Club (Wimbledon Tennis)
Winner – ITIA and Wimbledon Tennis
The ITIA and Wimbledon Tennis are pioneering Clue users, utilising the innovative methodology of direct intelligence exchange.
During Wimbledon Championships this year, both organisations have successfully been able to exchange information via the Clue API. This has ensured a secure, data compliant and efficient intelligence sharing protocol from Clue instance to Clue instance, enabling them to share information and intelligence in real-time, and monitor and disrupt threats, such as courtsider, as they emerge at live sporting events.
- Food Standards Scotland
- Simon Hack, Veterinary Medicines Directorate
- Head of Intelligence, League Against Cruel Sports
Winner – Head of Intelligence, League Against Cruel Sports
The League Against Cruel Sports’ Head of Intelligence established and manages a working group of animal welfare organisations including DEFRA, RSPCA and VMD to share best practice and improve their collective impact.
They have been instrumental to Birdlife Malta’s setup and use of Clue and work tirelessly with numerous other Clue users beyond those dedicated to animal welfare to share best practice.
- NHS Counter Fraud Authority (NHSCFA)
- Save the Children UK
- The National Food Crime Unit (NFCU)
Winner – Save the Children UK
Save the Children UK is part of the global Save the Children movement dedicated to one ambition: a world in which every child has the right to survive, learn and be protected.
Their work keeps children safe, healthy and learning through education, health and nutrition programmes. Clue is central to Save the Children UK’s safeguarding operation which, supporting robust management and security of sensitive data.
User of the Year
- Gemma Green, City Football Group Global Safeguarding Team
- Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) Intelligence Department
- Tim Burnham, Home Office, Immigration Enforcement
Winner – Gemma Green, City Football Group Global Safeguarding Team
Gemma has been instrumental in the process of implementing Clue at City Football Group, from early discussions at procurement stage to customising requirements, and ensuring a smooth transition and roll-out across the safeguarding team.
Gemma has become central in training and supporting the team with Clue, and following a successful deployment in Manchester, has led our software’s rollout across the group’s geographical regions, ensuring Clue meets their needs locally and on an international level.
Gemma is now exploring Clue’s wider applications for both the safeguarding team and across the wider business.
This year, we are thrilled to launch our ‘10-year club’. While we have such a diverse group of organisations now using Clue, our history is in law enforcement with many police forces using Clue for over a decade.
We are looking forward to this highly esteemed club growing every year and becoming more diverse in terms of the types of organisations, the threats they tackle and where they are in the world.
We welcomed 13 organisations into the 10-year club:
- City of London Police: Dedicated Card and Payment Crime Unit
- Cumbria Constabulary
- Devon & Cornwall Police
- Gloucestershire Constabulary
- Isle of Man Constabulary
- Lancashire Constabulary
- Metropolitan Police
- Northumbria Police
- Nottinghamshire Police
- Police Ombudsman for Northern Ireland
- Police Investigations and Review Commissioner
- Staffordshire Police
- States of Jersey Customs & Immigration Service
Congratulations to all winners and shortlisted. We’re privileged to help all our customers protect society from harm.
Social graphics and email graphics are available for winners and shortlisted here.