Police computer system flaws spark probe by auditor

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Troubling security flaws within the B.C. government’s justice computer system have prompted the auditor general to probe the province’s massive police computer database.

Auditor general John Doyle said he has started gathering information on the PRIME B.C. computer system, which shares millions of police files, criminal records, aliases and other sensitive data between municipal police departments and RCMP detachments.

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