UK: Police officer faces jail after gaining unauthorized access to information on Leicestershire Police force computers

Suzy Gibson reports:

A police officer who gained unauthorised access to information on force computers could be facing a jail sentence.

PC Andrew Clay, 50, appeared at Leicester Crown Court to plead guilty to six charges of securing unauthorised access to computer material, between September 2002 and March 2013.

Five counts relate to seeking information about individuals and, in three of those cases it also included their family members.

The sixth offence involved seeking information about alleged sex offences in the North West Leicestershire area.

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