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GRAND FORKS, N.D. - A University of North Dakota police officer was forced to resign after pornography was found on his work computer.

The incident was captured by tiny, "live" cameras that are now worn on the bodies UND police officers and recorded to document their actions.

Officer Dan Lund, a supervisor with UND Police, resigned in June after a 16-year career with that department.

UND Police Chief, Eric Plummer says Lund resigned in lieu of termination. UND officials say Lund had been watching and had pornographic material on his work computer.

A search of court records shows no criminal charges connected to the incident, meaning there were no illegal images of child porn on Lund's computer.

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