Data agnostic, automated search across third party, internal, and open sources datasets in near real time concurrently.
Police Forces and LEAs facing escalating crime rates with limited resources. At the same time, criminal activity is becoming increasingly sophisticated, resulting in more complex investigations, requiring ever more sources of data. Manually carrying out investigations is time-consuming, inefficient and fraught with human error. Watch our video below to learn how Scout® makes it possible to automate investigations of any level of complexity over open source, third-party and internal data as one, saving up to 85% of your team’s time.
Already integrated with sensitive datasets in the form of the DataHunter© platform, Scout®, created by former police officers, in conjunction with specialist lawyers, ensures that enquiries can be completed in near real time, whilst maintaining the requirements of UK legislation for civil or criminal enquiries.
Live data interrogation across all your data sources – Search your data sources and OSint together in real time, eliminating reliance on bulk data provision, which is outdated from the day it arrives.
Supercharged operational efficiency – Commercial, consented, open source and the option for internal data create a genuine single intelligence platform that maximises efficiencies through automation; reducing investigation time, cost, training time and delivering standardised reports in less than a minute.
Better Analyst Decisions – Create templated search and risk workflows, for standardised, in-depth and clear reports, free of human error; giving your team the time to focus on decision making, not researching.
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