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CDRC Intern wins award from the International Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts (IALEIA)

CDRC and LIDA Intern Natacha Chenevoy recently received an award from the International Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts (IALEIA) for her work with Lancashire Constabulary on identifying online hate crime.

The award recognises individuals for outstanding contributions as intelligence analysts, investigators, or prosecutors utilising intelligence products leading to the achievement of the organisation’s objectives’

Natacha’s projects, in collaboration with Lancashire Constabulary, explored the use of social media data to identify online hate crimes.  You can read more about each project below:

Project 1: Application of Natural Language Processing for identification of online hate on Twitter

Project 2: Analysis of police-recorded hate crime in Lancashire

Natacha collected her award at the IALEIA Annual Training Event in Los Angeles, which was attended by over 700 participants from across the globe.

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