Parking Officer, City Employee Involved In Privacy Breach: Molloy

The province’s Privacy Commissioner has made a number of recommendations in light of a recent case involving a parking enforcement officer who was assaulted while on duty in December of 2017.

Commissioner Donovan Molloy’s report says while the matter was reported to the RNC and the man’s superiors, he took matters a step further and asked another City of St. John’s employee to access the alleged assailant’s personal information stored on the Motor Registration Database.

The information was collected and given to the parking enforcement officer, resulting in a privacy breach under the Access to Information and Protection of Privacy Act.

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