Super Recognisers Debut at Wimbledon

Super Recognisers Debut at Wimbledon

This summer, the world-famous Wimbledon Tennis Championships saw Super Recognisers deployed for the first time. A total of five Super Recognisers worked among the various security teams to assist with identifying known individuals. The team was covert and worked hard with the rest of the skilled, highly professional personnel at Wimbledon to maintain the high standards of experience expected by visitors to this prestigious event.

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Super Recognisers in Australia

Super Recognisers in Australia

Senior Sgt Chris Tritton of Queensland Police presenting his finding from his Super Recogniser project to the Commissioner of his force.  Chris came to London in 2018 and was briefed by our CEO, Mike Neville.  Chris also attended the Association presentation day.   More evidence of Super Recognisers being used all over the world!

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Kelly Hearsey LSRA (Operations Manager – SRI Ltd) reports on her visit to a US Cold Case Conference

Kelly Hearsey LSRA (Operations Manager – SRI Ltd) reports on her visit to a US Cold Case Conference

Last month I was lucky enough to attend the American Association of Cold Cases (AISOCC) Conference in Albany, New York, USA. I found out about the conference when listening to one of the many true crime podcasts I devour every day. The conference is organised by the Founder and President of AISOCC, Detective Kenneth L Mains, a true crime hero of mine.

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Training Course - 4th March to Friday 8th March 2019

Training Course - 4th March to Friday 8th March 2019

The course will be held at “In Tuition House”, 210 Borough High Street, London SE1 1JX.   The nearest tube is Borough (Northern Line) and the location is within walking distance from London Bridge Station (if on tube, use Borough High Street exit).  The course will run from Monday 4th March to Friday 8th March 2019 (inclusive) from 10am to 5pm each day.

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Violet Hill: Book Review

Violet Hill: Book Review

December 1918: Post-War London is grieving, the city a wound whose dressing was taken off too soon. Violet Hill, the only female private detective in the city, is hired by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's business manager to uncover spiritual trickery he believes is deceiving his employer.

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