- The National Police must modernize considerably in order to effectively combat crime. That may be at the expense of the current strength of the police force.
That says police chief Erik pole in an interview with The Associated Press. He makes a bold statement. 'The imposed strength is not sacred. It may even mean that we have less detectives, but with more cyber expertise and better ICT. '
Boom to invest in technology, smart people and analysis of data.
Welcome to stories about crime that would pole does not fall. The reality is different than it is on paper. 'Organized crime and cybercrime are hardly measurable today. And precisely that form of concern to me. '
Technically the corps in the doldrums. Phones and computers are outdated and organized crime often has better technical resources than the police. That will change, promises pole.
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