Former Toronto police civilian member charged with breach of trust

News Oct 31, 2016 City Centre Mirror

A former Toronto Police Service civilian employee has been charged after unauthorized searches were allegedly made in the police database.

Police allege that between April and July 2016 an employee conducted “unauthorized queries” of the police database and that the searches weren’t for official police business.

Davita Federico, 30, of Toronto has been charged with breach of trust and unauthorized use of computer. She is scheduled to appear in court on the morning of Dec. 12.

Federico worked for the police service until August 2016, for just under seven years. Her last job was in records management services.

The investigation was carried out by the professional standards unit.

Former Toronto police civilian member charged with breach of trust

News Oct 31, 2016 City Centre Mirror

A former Toronto Police Service civilian employee has been charged after unauthorized searches were allegedly made in the police database.

Police allege that between April and July 2016 an employee conducted “unauthorized queries” of the police database and that the searches weren’t for official police business.

Davita Federico, 30, of Toronto has been charged with breach of trust and unauthorized use of computer. She is scheduled to appear in court on the morning of Dec. 12.

Federico worked for the police service until August 2016, for just under seven years. Her last job was in records management services.

The investigation was carried out by the professional standards unit.

Former Toronto police civilian member charged with breach of trust

News Oct 31, 2016 City Centre Mirror

A former Toronto Police Service civilian employee has been charged after unauthorized searches were allegedly made in the police database.

Police allege that between April and July 2016 an employee conducted “unauthorized queries” of the police database and that the searches weren’t for official police business.

Davita Federico, 30, of Toronto has been charged with breach of trust and unauthorized use of computer. She is scheduled to appear in court on the morning of Dec. 12.

Federico worked for the police service until August 2016, for just under seven years. Her last job was in records management services.

The investigation was carried out by the professional standards unit.