A SERVING Albury policeman has been charged with accessing and issuing confidential information.
The 51-year-old senior constable was charged on Thursday with two counts of accessing or modifying restricted information.
He will appear at Albury Local Court on Monday, October 26.
Albury police’s acting chief David Cottee said he could not comment on cases that were before the court.
The charges came as a result of an ongoing Professional Standards Command investigation.
The Border Mail can confirm the charges on the serving Albury police officer are linked with the arrest of a former Albury police officer who is facing corruption charges.
Regina Watson, 39, was arrested and charged about a fortnight ago with two counts of making a collusive agreement with a member of the NSW Police Force.
Watson, a juvenile justice services worker, was bailed to appear at Wagga Local Court on October 30.
Her bail conditions include being directed not to contact three serving Albury police officers.
A spokeswoman for Juvenile Justice said Watson was on leave when charged and would be suspended until the charges were resolved in court.