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In response to the data breach reported by Cleveland Police yesterday, Police and Crime Commissioner for Cleveland, Barry Coppinger, said:
“I am disappointed and concerned to hear that sensitive data relating to operational policing has mistakenly entered the public domain.
“I have a responsibility as PCC to hold Cleveland Police to account. I have already started a scrutiny programme to examine the way the force collects, uses and protects people’s personal data.
“I want to receive regular updates from the force about the learning they will be taking away from this incident and what measures they are putting in place to prevent a similar situation taking place in the future.”