Allegedly, a police employee used a law-enforcement database to obtain information on one of Police Chief David Rahinsky's family members.
"The report “may relate to personal, protected information of employees and/or their family members.”." - Lt. Charles Warner, Police SpokesmanUnfortunately this is not the first time inappropriate access to a law enforcement database has occurred. Law enforcement organizations can now utilize low-cost on-demand SaaS analytics to proactively detect data breaches, even by authorized users.
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(a) Franklin Police work through Metro report on possible law enforcement data breach - The Tennessean, 08/02/2013