Police radio sent to the public on public inspection Police officers illegally intercepted and sold sound source August 23, 12:49
A 49-year-old man was sent to the document for publishing a recorded police radio exchange on a video posting site on the Internet.
The voice was illegally intercepted and recorded in Tokyo by a police officer of the Yamanashi Prefectural Police 10 years ago.
The documents were sent to a 49-year-old man from a part-time job living in Iwate Prefecture.
According to the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department, there is a suspicion of violating the radio law that was published on YouTube on the video posting site last November for the exchange of recorded police radio.
The voice was exchanged between the communication command headquarters and the police car over the investigation of the evacuation case that occurred in Tokyo 10 years ago, and included the car number and the name of the person that seems to be related to the case.
Exhibitors were sent together with the flier's app, where users bought and sold goods.
In response to the investigation, the man is saying, "I thought that it would be noticed and released it."
The police radio is encrypted and cannot be heard by anyone other than those concerned, but this voice was taken by a police officer of the Yamanashi Prefectural Police, illegally intercepted and recorded in Tokyo. The police officer sold the sound source, which was copied to a CD and resold.
In response to the investigation, the police officer said that `` I thought that I could sell at a high price if I recorded the radio '', but the aging has been established, and according to the investigator, it is already a disciplinary dismissal due to another scandal It means that we have been disposed of.