A Thunder Bay Police Services constable charged with allegedly falsifying Ontario Sex Offender Registry records will appear in court in March.
Const. Toni Grann briefly appeared at the Ontario Court of Justice in Thunder Bay on Tuesday and had her matter adjourned until March 28. Police charged Grann with 12 counts of breach of trust.
Grann has served with city police for 11 years.
Police officials say between 2005 and 2010 the constable responsible for the registration of local convicted sex offenders and the co-ordination of the data had falsified a number of records.
Police added that since the charges were laid the registry has been repaired.
The Toronto Professional Standards Unit began an investigation after an internal audit of the city police service, which took several months, concluded.
Marc Huneault, from Sudbury, will act as the Crown attorney on the case.
Few other details about this case have been revealed.