OPP make arrest in breach of trust investigation

ORILLIA, ON, Feb. 3 /CNW/ - The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP), Professional Standards Bureau, has arrested and charged an OPP officer following an investigation into the disclosure of confidential information.

As a result of receiving information, the OPP Professional Standards Bureau launched a criminal investigation into the actions of an OPP officer. The investigation found that the officer released confidential information to an unauthorized person.

Constable Muharem KRDZALIC, age 28, a 2 year member of the OPP assigned to the 407 Detachment of Highway Safety Division has been charged with Breach of Trust, contrary to the Criminal Code.

The information released by the officer was not related to the operation of Highway 407 or traffic enforcement on Highway 407.

Constable KRDZALIC has been suspended from duty and will appear in the Ontario Court of Justice, Courtroom No.9, 491 Steeles Ave, Milton, Ontario on March 17, 2010.

    
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SOURCE Ontario Provincial Police

For further information: For further information: Sgt Pierre Chamberland, Phone: (705) 329-6878


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