NT police chief admits officers breached privacy of public servant’s medical records

Steven Shubert reports:

Reece Kershaw, the Northern Territory’s Police Commissioner and soon-to-be federal police chief, has admitted some of his officers inappropriately accessed the private medical records of a public servant.

But NT Police won’t say if the department the man worked for was involved, nor if the officers responsible have been disciplined.

Luke Horsfall, 34, worked for the NT Department of Health since 2004 but has since had his employment terminated — he claims unfairly.

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