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Toronto Police say there have been reports of Ontario Provincial Police officers accessing sensitive data on some students.
Police say it has been happening since at least late last year and the problem has not been solved.
The province has issued an apology and has promised a thorough investigation into the incident.
The students in question are part of a class at a high school in Mississauga.
A few weeks ago, a group of them were taken to a hospital after their class ended.
One of the students said he was warned that he would be charged with the offence of accessing confidential information.
He says the officers who visited him were not trained and didn’t seem to be aware of the consequences.
The Ministry of Education and Training says the students have been told they can only have access to school materials that have been approved by the province.
The Ontario Provincial police says there is no evidence that any student in that class accessed sensitive information.
The student is not the first to face charges with the same name.
In 2015, an investigation was launched into the case.
A search warrant was executed at the home of one of the suspects and the police found more than 1,000 documents that included sensitive data.
The suspect was eventually charged.
Police said that the accused was a former police officer and was involved in investigations in the city.