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Sep 10, 2013 · challenges. Many local police executives acknowl-edge that currently they are “behind the curve” in finding a role for their agencies with cybercrime. Despite all of these challenges, we must take on cybercrime. As of early 2014, the government has staked out a major role for law enforcement at the federal level. But most of the 18,000 ...
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Acknowledgments — 1 The creation of this Training Guide was truly a team effort by many people, representing dozens of police agencies at the local, state, fed-
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may prompt the local government sector together with other actors and institutions to reflect upon their role in local and regional economic development. We devise a framework for understanding local and regional economic development, which councils, and others, can apply when reviewing their objectives, functions and priorities.
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