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ACIA Awards 2016 Nominations have now closed! 

and now to the judging.......

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

This year there will be two awards with a prize of £500 in Apple vouchers each.



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