Extracts from an article written by Robert Lea, Industrial Editor at The Times.
"The Metropolitan police is planning to make the fight against crime pay. The force wants to go into business with the private sector to make money from providing training to other constabularies and foreign police forces in a market that is reckoned to be worth more than £1 billion." [...]
"The Met’s plans have emerged amid a summer increase in public procurement, according to Tussell, an analytics company that tracks public sector contracts."
Read the full article on The Times' website.