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Alabama Parole Board Employee Pleads Guilty to Misuse of Computer Information

On June 15, 2007, Stacey Bell, 31, formerly an administrative assistant to the Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles, pleaded guilty in Elmore County District Court to violating the Alabama Computer Crime Act, § 13A-8-102. She was given a six month suspended sentence, 12 months probation and 25 hours community service at the Elmore County Humane Shelter.

Bell had accessed privileged victim information about her boyfriend?s former girlfriend on the Law Enforcement Tactical System (LETS) database. Her boyfriend then used that information to locate and contact his former girlfriend. The incident was reported to the Alabama Criminal Justice Information Center, which maintains LETS. Bell was fired and prosecuted. Presumably Bell herself is now listed on LETS, but not as a crime victim.


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