He began stealing inmate identities from computer files in 2011 and filed 182 fraudulent income tax returns. Prosecutor estimate he had tried to obtain refunds of more than $500,000.
"He began stealing identifies of current and former inmates from computer files in January 2011 while he served as a correctional officer."It is unclear how the identity thefts were discovered. Organizations seeking to proactively detect identity thefts and privacy data breaches can utilize low-cost on-demand SaaS analytics services.
- Tampa Bay Times
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(a) Former corrections officer sent to prison for stealing inmate identities - www.TampaBay.com, 10/02/2014