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Scotland Yard Super Recogniser Eliot Porritt, FILM user and enthusiastic advocate, explains to the Financial Times how he puts names to faces.

21 February 2016

Scotland Yard Super Recogniser Eliot Porritt, FILM user and enthusiastic advocate, explains to the Financial Times how he puts names to faces.

Earlier this year, on the basis of his experience in using the 3rd Forensic FILM system in the Proactive Super Recogniser Unit at New Scotland Yard since May 2015, Detective Sergeant Eliot Porritt reported that

'By combining policing skills, the scientifically proven ability of Super Recognisers and FILM’s core database technology, we have a truly innovative and powerful weapon. 

This is a huge step forward in the war against crime'.

In the wake of the outstanding successes being achieved by his unit, Detective Sergeant Porritt was asked by Jeremy Taylor to tell the readers of the Financial Times how he and his colleagues use their special “Super Recogniser” skills when using the FILM system in their fight against crime throughout London.

 

Financial Times article 19-02-2016

https://next.ft.com/content/667a65d6-d4fe-11e5-8887-98e7feb46f27

 

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