Ca: Calgary Police officer charged with privacy breaches

James Murray reports:

A Calgary Police Officer, Sergeant Kevin Knight faces charges for accessing and using information from two police databases for purposes not related to any valid law enforcement purpose.

Sergeant Kevin Knight is now charged with one count each of accessing information in contravention of FOIPP and using or disclosing information in contravention of FOIPP.
Calgary Police state that Knight has has been with the Service for 31 years and remains on duty in an area where access to police databases is not required.
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