Urban Indian center cites security breach
A troubled urban Indian center in Wisconsin is seeking charges against a former employee for a potential security breach.

The United Amerindian Center in Green Bay says the former employee may have had access to personal data of other employees going back at least two years. Former employees have been warned, said executive director Stephen Crowe Jr.

The center was forced to cut services after losing its Indian Health Service money. Crowe is facing battery, assault and other charges in state court.

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Amerindian Center warns about security breach (The Green Bay Press-Gazette 3/13)

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