This pioneering project sees Experian Data Quality partner with Cleveland Police to create a golden view of data held on individuals and locations. Championed by Superintendent, Alastair Simpson and the Force Data Protection Manager, Maria Hopper, the solution is expected to drive large financial savings and increased positive policing outcomes.
As budgets become tighter, forces are being challenged to find more efficiency in every aspect of policing, without compromising on outcomes. This project is projected to:
As a first of its kind, the project has been recognised at national level, gaining approval from the Home Office for co-funding from its innovation budget.
Within command and control and out in the field, data is often collected under pressing timescales. This, combined with a customer base that commonly provides erroneous data, has resulted in the duplication of individuals across the Force’s systems.
The consequences of this are two-fold:
Experian’s solution provides a true golden nominal at the front end which is updated daily to prevent poor data quality and duplication. It meets requirements in 3 key areas:
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