Auditor says Minn. police's data use has problems
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — A state audit says that Minnesota law enforcement agencies need to tighten employee access to statewide databases to curb repeat abuse.
The Office of Legislative Auditor released its audit Wednesday, reporting that 88 law enforcement officers improperly accessed driver's license data in 2012. The audit also found some misuse of the state crime database.
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