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OSINT Tips: The goldmine of public information systems

In a series of tips about how to use open source intelligence for crime investigation, Neil Smith says why some publically accessible records, including the electoral roll, are better than police intelligence systems.

OSINT Tips: The goldmine of public information systems

Date - 16th September 2013
By - Neil Smith - Police Oracle
This week, it’s E for electoral roll databases from the favourites page of officers and staff often think I want access to police systems to find out information on people but I do not. The Police National Computer...
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