Policing the Cyber Threat: Exploring the threat from Cyber Crime and the ability of local Law Enforcement to respond
AffiliationUniversity of Chester
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AbstractThe landscape in which UK policing operates today is a dynamic one, and growing threats such as the proliferation of cyber crime are increasing the demand on police resources. The response to cyber crime by national and regional law enforcement agencies has been robust, with significant investment in mitigating against, and tackling cyber threats. However, at a local level, police forces have to deal with an unknown demand, whilst trying to come to terms with new crime types, terminology and criminal techniques which are far from traditional. This paper looks to identify the demand from cyber crime in one police force in the United Kingdom, and whether there is consistency in the recording of crime. As well as this, it looks to understand whether the force can deal with cyber crime from the point of view of the Police Officers and Police Staff in the organisation.
CitationHull, M., Eze, T. & Speakman, L. (2018). "Policing The Cyber Threat: Exploring the Threat from Cyber Crime and the Ability of Local Law Enforcement to Respond," 2018 European Intelligence and Security Informatics Conference (pp. 15-22). Karlskrona, Sweden: IEEE.
PublisherProceedings of the IEEE
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