Monday, August 17, 2015

Policemen Sued for Snooping on Colleague's Personal Information

Two Jacksonville police officers looked up the a Florida highway patrol trooper’s personal information using a police database that is limited to use in investigations. The trooper has now sued the city of Jacksonville and the two officers.

The trooper ticketed a Miami police officer for driving over 120 mph. After the incident garnered national attention the Florida Department of Law Enforcement found that police officers across the state looked up her personal information without a police-related reason.

"The [police] database is limited for use only for legitimate law enforcement purposes."
- FirstCoast News
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Sources:
(a) Florida Highway Patrol trooper sues two Jacksonville cops, alleging they illegally looked up her information - www.FirstCoastNews.com, 08/15/2015

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