Staff member issued with notice to appear in Road Policing and Regional Support Command, QLD

A 46-year-old female staff member for the Road Policing and Regional Support Command has been served with a notice to appear for one count of unlawful stalking (domestic violence offence), two charges of Computer Hacking (gain benefit) and two charges of Computer Hacking (simpliciter) of the Criminal Code.

Between 2021 and 2023 the employee allegedly accessed information on the Queensland Police Service system and released the information to a domestic violence (DV) respondent.

The DV respondent has then used the information to stalk a DV aggrieved.

It will be further alleged the DV respondent paid the subject member for the information.

The employee has been suspended from the QPS and is not currently in the workplace.

They are expected to appear at the Brisbane Magistrates Court tomorrow April 12, 2024.

In keeping with our commitment to high standards of behaviour, transparency and accountability, we have undertaken to inform the public when a member of the Service faces serious allegations of misconduct.

If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic and family violence, you should report it to police.

Support and counselling is available from the following agencies:

More information is also available from the Queensland Government Domestic and Family Violence portal.

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