Suffolk police worker charged with accessing force's data

A police investigator has been charged with 10 offences of unlawfully accessing personal data on the Suffolk Constabulary's computer.

Thomas Dunn, 28, of Rose Lane, Ipswich, is a civilian worker at the police investigation centre at Martlesham headquarters.

He is accused of obtaining the personal information between September 2011 and January 2013.

He is also charged with offering to supply cocaine on 6 April 2011.

Mr Dunn has been suspended from his post and is due before Norwich magistrates on 4 June.

Anti-corruption officers from Suffolk Constabulary's professional standards department are investigating the case.

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