A Mackay region senior constable is charged with computer misuse.
A Mackay region senior constable is charged with computer misuse.

Cop charged with computer misuse is back in court

A CALEN cop accused of computer misuse will have his case mentioned next week.

Senior Constable James Ian Hogg is charged with one count of using a restricted computer without consent.

It is alleged the offending occurred on June 6 this year at the Calen police station.

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He is charged under section 408E of the Queensland Criminal code, which relates to computer hacking and misuse.

Anyone convicted of this offence faces a maximum penalty of two years jail.

Snr Constable Hogg is being investigated over allegations of unprofessional conduct and unauthorised access of confidential information.

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He has been stood down from official duty with the Queensland Police Service and tasked to perform non-operation duties.

The case will be mentioned on November 16.



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