Should Britain recruit an army of volunteer police reservists to help tackle the growing cyber crime crisis? Because the police can’t afford to hire the people they need to fight cyber crime, Paul Griffiths, president of the Police Superintendents’ Association, suggested they create a reservist police force of cyber security experts and other specialists to volunteer to help alongside full time warranted officers. Read more about it at The Telegraph.
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