Former police and crime commissioner in court accused of MP data protection offence



A former police and crime commissioner has appeared in court accused of disclosing personal data about an MP.
Adam Simmonds (39), of Northcote Road, off Knighton Road, Leicester, is accused of knowingly or recklessly breaching the Data Protection Act by disclosing information about Tory MP Peter Bone, who represents Wellingborough.
The ex-Northamptonshire police and crime commissioner, who served from 2012 to this year's election when he was replaced by fellow Tory Stephen Mold, is accused of committing the offence while in office.
His lawyer, Mark Harries, indicated Mr Simmonds would plead... read more

 
19 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 35
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