Saxion employee arrested for exam theft

 

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An employee of Saxion university of applied sciences is suspected of selling tests to students. After its own investigation the university reported this to the police, who arrested the employee and two other suspects. Pending the investigation by the police and the Public Prosecution Service the employee has been suspended indefinitely, according to a news report from Saxion. The university is still investigating which tests are involved and for which students this may have consequences.

 

According to the news site SaxNow it is suspected that the employee made the tests available to the two other suspects and that they distributed the tests to other persons or students. The university has set up a contact point where information can be shared anonymously if desired. (HOP, Hein Cuppen)