Military Police Charge Halifax Dental Technician for Alleged Privacy Breaches

A military dental technician who was convicted in Halifax provincial court of intimidating a justice system participant – a Dartmouth lawyer – now faces charges under the National Defence Act for allegedly improperly accessing people’s medical records.

Sgt. Richard Allen Ross of 1 Dental Unit Halifax has been charged with 19 counts of conduct to the prejudice of good order and discipline, a military spokesman confirmed Friday.

The Canadian Forces National Investigation Service laid the charges against Ross on Aug. 25, Andrew McKelvey said.

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