POLICE SPENT £1.3M ON CYBER TRAINING
UK police forces spent £1.3m training 39,400 staff in cybersecurity between 2015 and 2017, according to figures obtained in a Freedom of Information request by think tank Parliament Street. North Wales Police spent the most (£375,488), followed by West Mercia & Warwickshire (£125,633) and Lincolnshire (£119,834). The Port of Dover Police, which employs around 50 officers, was the only force to spend nothing. See all the figures at www.snipca.com/27324.