Analyse This! An event for data analysts and those who work with them (or want to work with them more) 3rd February 11am - 1pm Overview This event explores how data analysts across organisations can help initiate or strengthen multi-agency conversations to build ‘data bridges’ between agencies in their local area. Amy Hurst (TCE Implementation Lead, Research in Practice) interviewed Larisa Hunt (Detective Chief Inspector), Victoria Kilpatrick (Criminal intelligence Analyst) and Mike Hill (Senior Data Scientist) from Avon and Somerset police about their local area approach. Amy Hurst (TCE Implementation Lead, Research in Practice) also interviewed Emma Phillips (Policy and Development Officer, MACE Lead, North Yorkshire Safeguarding Children’s Partnership) and Claire Hall (Head of Analysis, North Yorkshire Police) about their partnership work. Useful resources Identifying children potentially vulnerable to exploitation About the speakers Amy Hurst, TCE Implementation Lead, Research in Practice Larisa Hunt, Detective Chief Inspector, Avon and Somerset police Victoria Kilpatrick, Criminal intelligence Analyst, Avon and Somerset Police Mike Hill, Senior Data Scientist, Avon and Somerset Police Emma Phillips, Policy and Development Officer, Multi Agency Child Exploitation (MACE) Lead North Yorkshire Safeguarding Children’s Partnership Claire Hall, Head of Analysis, North Yorkshire Police Designed for Strategic leaders and data analysts across all agencies, interested in working towards multi-agency collaboration on child exploitation data. Participants will have an interest in ideas to develop their local area multi-agency data partnership in relation to child exploitation and extra familial harm.