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Volunteers Needed To Fill Skills Gap National Crime Agency Esp Bankers!

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http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/crime/volunteers-are-on-most-wanted-list-for-britains-fbi-as-government-launches-national-crime-agency-8862781.html

Britain’s new elite police agency is to sign up a force of unpaid bankers, accountants and computer experts to help tackle the country’s most serious criminals.

The private-sector recruitment drive is a central part of the National Crime Agency’s strategy to disrupt gangs involved in drug trafficking, gun smuggling, child abuse, corruption, fraud and cyber crime.

The agency begins its work today with a pledge to target 37,000 criminals linked to 5,500 gangs. It replaces the discredited Serious Organised Crime Agency (Soca) – often dubbed Britain’s FBI – which was criticised for its failure to put enough “Mr Bigs” behind bars and for not doing enough to claw back their criminal assets.

So if bankers can be jailed because of recklessness will this be used as a way of escaping jail terms?

Perhaps they could fill the ranks with unemployed who could become unpaid "police" officers?

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So if bankers can be jailed because of recklessness will this be used as a way of escaping jail terms?

Perhaps they could fill the ranks with unemployed who could become unpaid "police" officers?

Precisely, why would they need employees when they have the work programme.

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