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Police Officers Nationwide Are Illegally Using Law Enforcement Databases for Corrupt, Personal Ends

Scott Davidson / (CC-BY-2.0) Police officers across the country are using confidential law enforcement databases to spy and acquire information on “romantic partners, business associates, neighbors, journalists and others for reasons that have nothing to do with daily police work,” an investigation by the Associated Press revealed. “In the most egregious cases,” AP says, “officers have used information to stalk or harass, or have tampered with or sold records they obtained.
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