The identity thefts took place from 2008 - 2011. At the prison he had access to inmates personal identifying information (PII). He stole at least 50 inmate IDs and, working with a co-conspirator, obtained $350,000 in tax refunds.
"At the prison, [he] had access to prisoner records, including Social Security numbers."It is unclear who discovered the ID thefts and why they occurred for three years. Organizations seeking to proactively detect identity thefts and data privacy breaches can utilize low-cost on-demand SaaS analytics services.
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(a) Former Miami-Dade prison guard sentenced for stealing inmates' identities - www.Local0.com, 04/24/2015