Jul 082009
 July 8, 2009  Posted by  Breaches, Court, U.S., Workplace

More than two dozen police officers from around the state packed a Golden Hill Street courtroom this morning to support two Stratford officers accused of illegally accessing the town’s computer system and releasing personnel data for Mayor James Miron’s brother, who had applied to be a police officer.

The two officers, who have been placed on unpaid leave by Stratford police officials, were charged June 24 for disseminating confidential information from the police job application by Christian Miron, the mayor’s younger brother.

Read more in The Connecticut Post. The case began in March 2008, and earlier news stories can be found through Google.

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