There’s probably some lessons to be learned from this one…
Justin Zaremba reports:
A retired Parsippany police captain and the township have agreed to meet with a court-appointed computer forensic expert to facilitate the return of nearly 960,000 police department documents that municipal officials allege were stolen and deleted from municipal servers by the captain.
But, according to court records, retired Police Capt. James Carifi says he didn’t steal or destroy data belonging to the township “without authorization” because the township’s network administrator granted him computer access and privileges that allowed him to delete data.
Read more on NJ.com.