WPC Software is delighted to be attending this year’s Serious and Organised Crime Exchange in Warwickshire, showcasing their investigation management system, Crimson, and their Crime In Action system, Crimson CIA.
The aim of this year’s conference is to look at an evidenced based approach to tackling the threat from serious and organised crime. It will focus on the launch of the new serious and organised strategy and the approach to deliver it across law enforcement agencies. The conference will also explore the relationship of the SOC strategy with other central government strategies such as serious violence, with ‘County Lines’ being a significant threat across the Country.
Some of the conference speakers include CC Andrew Cooke, CC Peter Goodman, Rt Hon Nick Hurd MP, Director General Julia Kinniburgh, Deputy Director Steve Bennett, Senior Lecturer of Criminology for Derby University Emily Gray and National ROCU Coordinator Colin Stott.
The conference will give WPC the opportunity to engage with their customers as well as showcase its Major and Serious & Organised Crime software, Crimson. Crimson manages all types of cases, from initial allegations through to full investigations and ultimately prosecutions. It is a flexible and efficient tool that streamlines the entire investigation process and provides powerful disclosure and court documentation facilities, including the creation of all MG court schedules.
We look forward to seeing you at the SOCEX conference and for more information on Crimson, please see our Crimson product page.