Former District Employee Sold Teacher ID Info to Thieves
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — A former Broward School District employee was sentenced to more than five years in federal prison for stealing teachers’ personal information and selling it to identity thieves.
Jasmin Rembert was responsible for 42 people statewide having their identities stolen, the Sun Sentinel reports. She worked in the district’s teacher certification department, and had access to the personal information of all certified teachers in Florida as well as all the district’s employees.
Rembert admitted to selling the Social Security numbers and dates of birth of five to 10 people at a time for $100.
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