UK divided on e-crime strategy

Thursday, 29 March 2007, 9:22 AM EST

The Welsh Assembly’s decision earlier this month to establish its own e-crime unit highlights the growing split in the UK’s approach to tackling such offences.

England is now the only UK country without a dedicated high-tech unit. While there are proposals for the Metropolitan Police to set up a unit to act as a national reporting centre and coordinate across all forces, no decision has yet been made.

At vnunet.

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