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Congratulations to the winners of the ACIA Awards 2016:

Jenna Thomas, Devon and Cornwall Police,

winner of the excellence in strategic analysis award


Ruth O'Malley, GMP,

winner of the operational analysis award


This year's judges:

 Steve Heywood: Deputy Director, NCA Richard Berry: Assistant Chief Constable, Gloucestershire Police, Sherry: GCHQ Edward Hampson: Head of Intelligence Analysis, Kent & Essex Police Serious Crime Directorate Spencer Chainey: Director of Geographical Information Science, University College London Jill Dando Institute of Security and Crime Science



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