The Moose Jaw Police Service has fired two of its civilian staff for inappropriately accessing police information records.
Police say the investigation, which started after complaints this fall, found one employee accessed records without proper authority for non-work related reasons.
Another civilian employee inappropriately accessed records and passed along information to others who were not authorized.
Moose Jaw police said these two staff members violated trust in the service by not protecting the security of personal information it receives.
The police service is currently in the process of notifying the people who were affected by the breach.