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Civilians To Help Police Investigate Cybercrimes

Wednesday, January 20, 2016 (16:01:03)

Civilians To Help Police Investigate Cybercrimes

Civilian recruits will help police solve cybercrime under an expansion of the role of volunteers in England and Wales, the home secretary has said.

The plans include measures to give more power to support staff and volunteers.

Forces will be able to identify volunteers who specialise in accountancy or computing for cyber and finance inquiries, Theresa May said.

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Well isnt this just peachy. Its not as if we are already underpaid for the skills we have and treated like ***** in comparison to warranted Police Officers, but now they want all those years of training and university skills to be given away for free? Is Teresa May high?


2. treated like *****

sounds so familiar to my ears...