The Moose Jaw Police Service has fired two civilian employees for looking at police information records.
In a release, police say they received complaints about the two inappropriately accessing the records.
An investigation concluded one employee had accessed numerous files without authority and for non-working purposes. The second employee was found to also have inappropriately accessed the records and disclosed details to unauthorized persons.
Police say all whose information was accessed has been or is in the process of being notified.