The Franklin Police Department says no wrongdoing was found by a Metro police investigation into a Franklin employee's possible misuse of personal information.
Franklin police and city officials had asked Metro police to conduct the neutral, outside investigation into the matter, which related to a database containing juvenile records.
The investigation found no wrongdoing, and there will be no further action by the department, according to the report.
The database information in question pertained to a member of Franklin police Chief David Rahinsky's family.
Franklin City Administrator Eric Stuckey said the alleged access to the information in question was not part of the employee's normal duties.
The Metro police investigation began in mid-May, and the findings were delivered to Franklin officials last week.
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