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  • TCLEDDS has asked that all Texas law enforcement officers be advised

    On May 9, the offices of the parent company were burglarized and many laptops and desktopswere taken. One of the laptops contained the database of all Texas law enforcement personal information. As other buildings in the area were also burglarized, it is believed that the property was stolen for the
    property and not for the information contained within it. Houston PD is working this case.

    The information is protected by passwords in two places, preventing casual access; however a skilled computer user could eventually access this information.

    TCLEDDS has asked that all law enforcement officers be advised of this situation and to watch for any unusual activity on their personal credit reports.

    A $1000 reward is offered for the laptops recovery. Gangs such as MS-13, the Texas Syndicate, the Mexican Mafia and other gangs will pay a high price for personal information of everycop in Texas. Thanks to Houston CBS 11, they now know it is on the street.

    Recommedations are that all TX peace officers put a fraud alert on each of the 3 credit reporting agencies so that you will be notified if any new credit is being applied for in your name. This service isfree.

    "An officer has the confidence to stand alone, the courage to make tough decisions, and the compassion to listen to the needs of others. He does not set out to be a leader, but becomes one by the quality of his actions and the integrity of his intent."

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    Houston PD was under the assumption that the burglars had no idea that the stolen laptops contained a gold mind of information about TxLEO's on them. TCLEOSE notified all Texas LE agencies about the breach and we were informed about the breach the day after the theft. TCLEOSE was wanting to keep this secret, LE Only, for OPSEC reasons. The general public would never have known, and had no reason to know about the breach. My understanding is a couple of TX LEO's who didn't see the big picture decided to call the news media and now the burglars probably do know what they stole. So THANKS to they guys who called the news to report it.


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