MCCCD employees denied due process | Security Breach

Maricopa Community College District (MCCCD) employees are being denied legal rights to due process by the MCCCD Administration and the hearing committee. MCCCD refuses to comply with employee request to access to public records in order to defend themselves in a public hearing.  Lawsuits are now being filed in court to resolve this matter. MCCCD employees have not received ‘a single’ document since their records request was made months ago. Furthermore, MCCCD appears to have failed to notify their employees of records request as requested in order to preserve evidence. A recent article in the front page of the Arizona RepublicArizona Daily Independent and Databreaches.net tell the story.

The following string of emails represent communications between Mr. Galvan and the hearing committee at MCCCD handling the security breach. Additional communication between these two parties will take place this week. We will post the information as it becomes available. Stay tuned!

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Observations:

  • When an edicational institution is not transparent with the public, it is safe to assume that they have something to hide.
  • The matter of public records request is now in court and Mr. Lee Combs, legal counsel for MCCCD, is being sued for MCCCD refusal to turn over public records. Other lawsuits are on the way.
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