Mar 162010
 March 16, 2010  Posted by  Breaches

Elgin Jones reports:

A Florida Department of Law Enforcement analyst has been suspended for allegedly using critical law-enforcement databases to look up private information about her co-workers, their families and even at least one private citizen.

Government Analyst Jeanette Espinosa admitted using different databases to obtain information on her supervisors, other FDLE agents, their spouses and their children.

After an FDLE investigation, Espinosa, 44, was issued a 10-day suspension without pay, a demotion, and a five-percent pay cut. She served the first five days of the suspension from Feb. 22-26, and returned to work on March 1. She is scheduled to serve the second portion of the suspension beginning on March 29.

Read more in the South Florida Times.

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