CBSA officer caught leaking police information to family members: internal docs

Catherine Tunney reports:

A Canada Border Services Agency agent breached federal privacy law when she took a photo of confidential police information and emailed it to a member of her family, says an internal report.

According to a copy of the findings, recently obtained by CBC News through access to information law, the Calgary Police issued a wanted bulletin to the CBSA​​​​​​ to give agents a heads-up about a traveller who was expected to pass through the city’s airport.

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