Proposals for the Metropolitan Police to co-ordinate national e-crime strategy will fail without major new funds, experts warn. The Met last week suggested its computer crime division could plug the hole between local forces and the Serious Organised Crime Agency, which was created when the National High-Tech Crime Unit was disbanded last April. But e-crime is not a sufficiently high priority to compete for scarce resources, says Rick Naylor, president of the Police Superintendentsâ€™ Association…
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