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Events: UK Law Enforcement 2014 National CLIO User Group (Green Park, Reading)

The 2014 CLIO User Group returns to Green Park, Reading. Once again we have some really interesting presentations, on topics ranging from Fracking to counter corruption and will be taking a look at the ongoing development of a disclosure module for CLIO Operations. We will also be presenting the current Roadmap and demonstrating some new and upcoming features - taking feedback to ensure we continue to deliver what the users tell us they need now and in the future. The networking opportunities with other practitioners are invaluable, so book your place now. See the 2014 User Group Agenda for more information.

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FREE CLIO licences for Local Resilience Forums and Regional Resilience Partnerships

CLIO has been helping to improve UK resilience with almost all Police Forces across the UK for many years. More recently, resilience partners in Scotland, Wales, London, Dorset, Kent and other places have been seeing great benefits from using CLIO for the multi-agency response to both critical incidents and major sporting events. In a bid to spread the word about our fantastic product and to support the UK resilience community, Badger Software is now offering the CLIO system to all Local Resilience Forums and Regional Resilience Partnerships in the UK free of charge, for multi-agency work. The free system will be hosted by SecureIA, who are experts in providing secure systems to the UK Public Sector and MOD over many years. It…

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Badger at The Transport Security Expo (14 - 15 November, Olympia)

Delegates attending the maritime conference received detailed briefings from the United Nations (UN), North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO), European Commission (EC), the EU NAVFOR and others, on the state of play in addressing security concerns including continued acts of piracy on the high seas. With major regulatory change planned in the aviation sector, senior figures from the Department for Transport (DfT), UK Border Agency and Center for the Protection of National Infrastructure (CPNI), debated with industry representatives from ACI Europe, Airport Operators Association (AOA) and thinkers from across the airport and airline communities, as to how change might be implemented and the benefit it could possibility bring. Significant challenges remain across the open systems that form the public network travellers use on…

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Events: UK Law Enforcement 2013 National CLIO User Group (Green Park, Reading)

In 2013, the CLIO User Group continued to see great interest and had some insightful presentations from Police Forces around the UK, including speakers from Northern Ireland and Scotland. In total, 35 organisations attended, with many sending several delegates from different areas of business. We had presentations on topics ranging from Operational Planning, Football Matches, Major Investigations, Public Order, International Summits and explored its use for managing Exhibits. We also presented the 2013/14 Roadmap and demonstrated a wealth of new and upcoming features - taking feedback to further enhance or hone these to deliver what the users tell us they need now and in the future. The meeting was a great success with many attendees saying that the networking opportunities…

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Events: UK Law Enforcement 2012 National CLIO User Group (30 November, Manchester)

The 2012 UK Law Enforcement CLIO User Group conference is an excellent opportunity to network with fellow CLIO users across all spectrums of policing and share ideas and experiences and develop best practice. Along with welcoming a large number of new forces to the fold, we hope to update you on the more varied uses people are finding for CLIO and also to continue the theme of interoperability and cross border collaboration. We constantly listen to our users and work on their ideas and suggestions - and this is our opportunity to put those ideas, often in the form of prototypes or screenshots, to the community for their input. This allows you to keep in touch with future developments and help…

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Badger News: Badger Software joins the Business Continuity Institute (BCI)

Established in 1994, the BCI has over 6000 members in 100 countries and, by happy coincidence, is based in Reading, just a few yards from our own headquarters. Although CLIO, our crisis management software system, was developed primarily in collaboration with the police and emergency services and is used by over 60 police forces and law enforcement agencies worldwide, it is finding increasing applications in commercial organisations to manage exceptional incidents that may threaten staff, property and business continuity. The BCI is the world's most eminent business continuity management institute and its name is instantly recognised as standing for good practice and professionalism. Membership provides internationally recognised status as a company with competence to carry out (BCM) to a consistently high standard. Badger…

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Events: UK Law Enforcement National CLIO User Group (5 May, Manchester)

The 2011 UK Law Enforcement CLIO User Group conference is an excellent opportunity to network with fellow CLIO users across all spectrums of policing and share ideas and experiences and develop best practice. Along with welcoming a large number of new forces to the fold, we hope to update you on the more varied uses people are finding for CLIO and also to continue the theme of interoperability and cross border collaboration. We constantly listen to our users and work on their ideas and suggestions - and this is our opportunity to put those ideas, often in the form of prototypes or screenshots, to the community for their input. This allows you to keep in touch with future developments and help…

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Events: Badger at The Home Office Scientific Development Branch exhibition (22 - 24 March, Farnborough)

Badger Software will be exhibiting at this year's HOSDB exibition. The Home Office Scientific Development Branch (HOSDB) exhibition is the UK's premier platform for showcasing world leading technologies and solutions for law enforcement and public security applications. In partnership with UK Trade & Investment Defence & Security Organisation this exhibition is the UK's only secure event for the engagement of UK and international police and security professionals with the pinnacle of the UK security industry. Focusing on the Home Office priority areas: >Security and Counter Terrorism >Crime and Policing >Border Security and Immigration Control The unique Government Zone at the exhibition brings together government agencies from the policing and security sphere creating a forum…

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