http://mmsaccounting.ca/?fbclid=IwAR17ObhTfl729oqHxcDc5hQuE6d6H0u40zgJLyYlz5El-lAPcdRBA_ICb_Y Derrick R. Thomas faced up to 5 years in prison and a $250,000 fine when he entered a plea agreement with the U.S. Department of Justice because he decided to search the NCIC database to check out people for a friend. Thomas was dispatcher with the Gardendale police department in Alabama.
buy modafinil toronto According to Thomas’ plea agreement, he logged into the ACJIC/NCIC system on multiple occasions in order to gather and provide information to an acquaintance who was not a law enforcement officer.
lire la critique By doing so, Thomas engaged in unauthorized public dissemination of personal information. Thomas knew he was authorized to use the ACJIC/NCIC system only for law enforcement purposes and that accessing it for other purposes was a crime, according to the plea agreement.
déclaration officielle The Secret Service investigated the case with the assistance of the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency, which Assistant U.S. Attorney Erica Williamson Barnes is prosecuting.