Cracking Criminals and Crime through Business Intelligence!

Chief Constable shares his story of how business intelligence is revolutionising policing and why all CEOs need it.

Who did we talk to?

Tensense’s CEO Mike Roe chatted with Chief Constable Andy Marsh and data analytics expert Sean Price.

They discussed how business intelligence is revolutionising policing and how CEOs from all sectors need this.

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Who is Andy Marsh?

Andy Marsh QPM, has served as Chief Constable of Avon and Somerset Police since February 2016 – the force he first joined as a new recruit in 1987.

As a Chief Superintendent he served as Commander for South Bristol and latterly Somerset East between 2001 and 2006, before moving to Wiltshire as Assistant Chief Constable and then returning to Avon and Somerset in 2009.

Between 2013 and 2016, he served as both Deputy Chief Constable and Chief Constable of Hampshire Police. He led a large scale transformation programme leading the force to be recognised as one of the best value for money nationally. In February 2016, Andy returned to Avon and Somerset as Chief Constable. He has led the development of an internationally acclaimed approach to data using advanced predictive analytics and visual graphics to prioritise and manage demand, and has spearheaded a digital mobilisation programme equipping officers and staff with the latest technology they need to do their job.

In 2018, he was awarded the Queen’s Police Medal (QPM).

Who is Sean Price?

Sean is an innovative and successful industry leader in analytics, delivering transformational and award-winning solutions across public sector and healthcare – well documented in his LinkedIn feeds with his best pal #datadog!

Possessing a natural ability to understand and bring technology, people and processes together, combined with a passionate, inspirational and fearless delivery style; a strong reputation and professional following has been built.

With a 20 year industry knowledge base developed in Avon and Somerset Police, combined with experience of delivering analytics solutions across different countries whilst working at Qlik, Sean regularly delivers international thought leadership, eventing and customer engagement.