Cybersecurity

Police Allegedly Vetted Dates Using Law Enforcement Database

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Local cops in California are accused of using work time and office equipment to search for women on Internet dating sites – with back-up from a government intelligence system, a CBS affiliate in Sacramento reports.

Officers Stephen Ruiz and Jacob Glashoff pinged the California Law Enforcement Telecommunications System – a statewide police database – to vet the women they liked, according to court documents. 

The pair allegedly performed the queries and then conversed about the information they found in front of their peers.  

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