Sep 142015
 
 September 14, 2015  Breaches, Court, U.S., Workplace

Brian Kelly reports:

A trooper with the Washington State Patrol is claiming the city of Bainbridge Island violated his privacy rights and hurt his law enforcement career after he was rejected for a job with the Bainbridge police department.

Jermaine Walker, a 32-year-old trooper with the State Patrol, filed a $300,000 damage claim against the city in May.

In the claim for damages, Robert Kim, Walker’s attorney, said city officials illegally shared private information with the Washington State Patrol about Walker that Bainbridge had obtained after he sought a job with the island department.

Read more on Bainbridge Island Review.

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