Police forces in the Channel Islands are facing a recruitment crisis amid accusations the financial sector is poaching officers to help with tighter regulatory requirements. Guernsey police’s financial investigations unit has recently lost officers to the private sector, particularly in banking and insurance. The police’s recruitment and retention problems, described by one insider as ‘terrible’, reflected the increased pressure being placed on banks and other institutions to report suspicious transactions.
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