The reporting officer alleged that both Ruiz and Glashoff found women's profiles had been browsing women on dating websites like Tinder, eHarmony, and Match.com while working at the investigations bureau office of the Fairfield Police Department.
"Downtime during their breaks or whatever, that's their own thing. But not on the clock," said another Fairfield resident.
Court documents allege the officers then used a police-issued computer to look up the women they found appealing in a confidential law enforcement database that connects to the DMV and state and federal records.
Saturday, August 23, 2014
What Big Brother actually uses those surveilance databases for.
Picking up chicks.That's just some local cops. Now imagine what the NSA is like. They can surf Lady Gaga's personal email at will.