Two men deny data protection charges
Last updated at 13:06, Friday, 24 May 2013
A West Cumbrian detective and a retired police inspector have denied data protection offences.
Detective Sergeant Jason Robinson, 41, of St Andrews Road, Workington, and former inspector George Nevins, 61, or Moorlands Drive, Workington, are alleged to have conspired together to obtain or disclose personal data or information, contrary to the Data Protection Act.
The charges followed an internal police inquiry by the professional standards unit.
The pair both pleaded not guilty to the charges at Carlisle Crown Court on Wednesday and were remanded on unconditional bail for trial date to be fixed.
First published at 12:56, Friday, 24 May 2013
Published by http://www.timesandstar.co.uk
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