Cops Fall Behind In Computer Crime Investigations

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Computer criminals are proliferating faster than Michigan police can investigate them in overburdened and understaffed computer labs, reports the Detroit News. It typically takes six to eight months before technicians at state labs can even begin extracting information from seized computers. Lengthy training that can cost more than $50,000 per officer has hampered adding workers
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