Ca: Edmonton Police Service apologizes for mailing staff info to man in U.S.
Julia Parrish reports:
The Edmonton Police Service has apologized for a security breach that saw personal information of some staff and volunteers sent to a man in the United States.
David Henderson, a former CBS News correspondent, who now works as a crisis and strategic communications advisor, told CTV News he’s trying to draw attention to the e-mails he had received from EPS officials – even though he says he has no connection to Edmonton.
Henderson says he’s received e-mails from the EPS Victim Services Unit containing personal information of some staff and volunteers for several months – and he’s been trying to get them to stop.
Read more on CTV Edmonton.