Law enforcement in Georgia is behind in getting the training needed to keep pace with a rise in computer-related crimes, causing delays in cases, some Georgia law enforcement officials said. “We just need more of a commitment from law enforcement, and the bottom line is they need more resources. I don’t know of any agency that has more people than they need,” said GBI Special Agent Rusty Grant, who supervises the GBI’s computer investigation unit…
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