Suffolk Police published sexual abuse victims' and suspects' data online

16/11/2022 | East Anglian Daily Times

Suffolk Constabulary has opened an investigation after the police force accidentally published personal information relating to survivors of sexual abuse on its website. It is understood the information included survivors' names and addresses along with details of the alleged sexual offences committed against them. Details about potential suspects are also believed to have been involved in the incident. The Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) has been notified of the breach.

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