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LAPD Data Breach Exposes Personal Info of Roughly 2.5K Officers

A recent data breach at the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) impacts around 2,500 LAPD officers as well as about 17,500 police officer applicants. The exposed data likely includes names, email addresses, passwords, and birth dates.

The LAPD and the City of Los Angeles are investigating the breach, which was discovered on July 25. The people impacted have been notified by the City. The Office of LA Mayor Eric Garcetti stated that an old database had been compromised, exposing “limited information”.

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