Tackling sophisticated criminal networks
Geopolitical instability, rising economic disparity and fast-evolving and accessible technology have created fertile ground for entrepreneurial criminals to quickly exploit disruption and blind spots.
Clue for organised crime
Organisations and law enforcement tackling serious and organised crime are using Clue to better manage ever-growing data volumes, seamlessly share data between partners, surface new trends, and proactively detect and intercept emerging threats.
“We gather substantial amounts of data, and Clue’s efficient and focussed search engine allows high speed ‘data hit’ return… searching all that data and names takes milliseconds.”
Make sense of large data volumes
Powerful insights functionality allows you to gain a deeper understanding of your data. Systematic data management, structure and filtering enables you to view and analyse information easily, save dynamic views and share them with your team. Clue’s powerful and flexible search function ensures no details are missed even if partial information is used.
Share data securely with partners
Sharing intelligence and case information with law enforcement partners is straightforward. You can quickly collate, sanitise, and share intelligence directly via the secure Clue API or export using configurable PDF templates. Workflow of investigations and intelligence can comply with National Intelligence Model and other international intelligence sharing protocols.
Surface new insights and trends
Collate information and make connections to existing records manually or automatically, such as when an existing address is recorded, to substantiate data and surface relationships. As you explore connections using tools such as visual charting, customisable link reasons enable context to be added and displayed on each connected record. Golden Nominal principle ensures data records are unique and can only exist once within Clue.
Clue is trusted by 4000+ investigation professionals worldwide, spanning law enforcement,
government, not for profit, corporate and sports organisations.