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OM says millions to come to fight cybercrime matters deficit
The Prosecution said in an internal memo that millions fails to fulfill budget which can not effectively combat cybercrime among others. Prosecutor should already now operate at the limits of the budget.
The internal memo in the hands of the Telegraph. “The prosecution functions at the edges of his performance,” according to the note. Those edges of the performance would translate into practice “the most minimum” of what the OM could do. Therefore, the OM would now prefer small things that can quickly lead to results. In time, Justice says 26 million have additional need to screw on capacity.
Cybercrime, or computer intrusion is one of the areas where the OM book would like to improve. Currently, there are more people affected by computer intrusion than of bicycle theft, would be in the note. “Cyber crime are not always addressed by a lack of expert capacity.” The experts of the Dutch High Tech Crime Team would therefore be functioning level, but are simply too few men.
In addition to cybercrime say they need and want to perform the OM in areas such as fighting radicalization, trafficking, corruption, terrorism and organized crime better.
The note of the OM follows closely on a very negative report on the functioning of the Dutch investigation that Van der Steur Minister of Security and Justice of the week has sent to parliament. It is sometimes argued that the expertise of the High Tech Crime Team is level, but things remain still for too long.
De Telegraaf reports simultaneously to other internal figures would show that 15 million subsidy Van der Steur promised last year to the Public Prosecution, was immediately evaporated almost completely due to some setbacks around that time that justice would not have been reported.Viewing:-171
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