UK constable accused of breaching data protection law to access women’s private info

RT reports:

UK chief constable, Nick Gargan, is under criminal investigation for allegedly breaking data protection legislation to access personal information of younger females whom he’s accused of inappropriately propositioning.

Previously stationed at Avon and Somerset, the former constable once held the position of chief of the National Policing Improvement Agency, and was reportedly tipped to become a Met police commissioner.

But following an investigation by UK police watchdog, the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC), Gargan has been suspended and is the subject of criminal investigation.

The probe was sparked by concerns raised by two whistleblowers that the former officer had acted inappropriately towards younger women – both inside and outside the force.

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