GA: Clayton deputies’ personal information, files compromised

Megan Matteucci reports:

Clayton County Sheriff Kem Kimbrough is investigating a security breach after some deputies’ personal information was taken from internal files.

The records include Social Security numbers, driver’s license numbers, dates of birth, phone numbers, employee identification numbers and an inmate’s medical information. Some internal investigation files have also turned up missing.

Kimbrough said he suspects a sheriff’s department employee illegally entered the Office of Professional Standards, copied the deputies’ internal records and distributed the information. Some other documents were taken from the office. The investigation could result in criminal charges.

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