Former FL credit union employee barred from future FI service

A former credit union teller/member service representative who reportedly lacked a required security clearance because of prior criminal arrests for theft was prohibited from any future service in a federally insured financial institution under a prohibition order announced Monday by the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA).

The agency, in the consent order, said that Brooke Lynn Gray held her position at City & Police Federal Credit Union in Jacksonville, Fla., from about July 20, 2021, to Sept. 3, 2021. On or about Sept. 3, 2021, the order states, the credit union learned that Gray had been denied the needed security clearance. CPFCU, the order states, conducted a subsequent internal audit and discovered a significant cash shortfall at Gray’s teller drawer.

NCUA Prohibits One Individual from Participating in the Affairs of Any Federally Insured Depository Institution

Prohibition order