Ten data security breaches in three years have taken place at South Wales Police, it has emerged.
A member of staff was prosecuted for accessing and disclosing “intelligence information and previous convictions”.
In another case, an employee resigned after being found guilty of charges relating to unauthorised access of the force’s computer system.
A worker also resigned after accessing “personal data”. The incidents arose from April 2005 to April 2008.
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