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Wednesday, 20 August 2014

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Men charged with data offences appear before Carlisle court

A serving detective has appeared in court alongside a retired colleague charged with data protection offences.

Neither Detective Sergeant Jason Robinson nor George Nevins, a retired inspector, entered a plea when they appeared before magistrates in Carlisle.

The pair face an amended charge, which alleges that between March 2, 2011 and August 30, 2012, they conspired together to obtain or disclose personal data or information, contrary to the Data Protection Act.

Nevins, 61, and Robinson, 42, both of Workington, spoke only to confirm their name, address and date of birth.

Nevins, currently working as a security employee, worked as an officer in west Cumbria until retiring from the force.

Both men were released on bail prior to a plea and case management hearing at Carlisle Crown Court in April.

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