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Beijing Cop Sentenced to Four Years in Prison for Selling Confidential Criminal Records

Tang Ziyi / Feb 25, 2019 06:21 PM / Politics & Law

Photo: VCG

Photo: VCG

A police officer was sentenced to four years of prison and fined 300,000 yuan ($44,857) for selling over 50,000 criminal records to a consulting company in Beijing.

The police officer, surnamed Nie, accepted bribes of over 320,000 yuan in total from an employee of RISQ group surnamed Dong, a company that verifies job applicants' employment backgrounds for clients, the Beijing News reported on Friday. 

Nie used his ability to access the internal policing system to check personal information and criminal records, which he then emailed to Dong.

An auxiliary police officer surnamed Guo helped Nie, pocketing 95,000 yuan in bribes. Guo was sentenced to 1.5 years in prison and fined 100,000 yuan. Dong was sentenced to two years of prison and fined 500,000 yuan.

Related: List of Officials Who Took Over 100 Million Yuan in Bribes Just Got Longer

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