Queensland Police email private details of traffic offenders

Anna Caldwell reports:

An internal police intelligence document that detailed the private information of up to 12 traffic offenders already dealt with was leaked to as many as 50 people outside the Queensland Police Service.

The document included the names, photographs, addresses, registration plates and criminal histories of the group.

Police say it was “mistakenly” emailed to an external list by a civilian acting in a senior role.

The document, known as a Monthly Crime Bulletin, is usually circulated between police regions as intelligence.

Read more in the Courier Mail.

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