An Adelaide prison officer who leaked sensitive information to the Hell's Angels outlaw motorcycle gang has been given a suspended jail sentence.
Kim Marie Graham pleaded guilty to two counts of failing to act honestly in the performance of her duties when she passed information from the prison database to co-accused Colin Andrew James Weetra, who had links to the bikie gang.
Graham worked in the prison system as an Aboriginal liaison officer and twice passed on information at Weetra's request early in 2017.
Investigations conducted by the Independent Commissioner Against Corruption revealed how she accessed the computer network to provide Weetra with information about non-Aboriginal inmates not connected to her work.
Less than a month later, Weetra made another request for information about a person and Graham's daughter texted a name to her mother.
Graham accessed the electronic file and sent Weetra a text message containing the address of the person identified.
The District Court was told her actions were motivated by her romantic interest in Weetra.
On Friday, Judge Paul Slattery said Graham's offending was particularly egregious considering her position within the prison system and her right to access highly sensitive information.
"Your counsel has submitted that your offending puts a terrible blight on the work that you did in corrections," the judge said.
"You were in one of the most trusted positions within corrections and you abused that position, putting the very people within your access at risk."
But Judge Slattery said he accepted submissions that Graham now regretted her actions and was taking steps to get her life back together.
He imposed a nine-month suspended sentence and placed her on a two-year good behaviour bond.
Weetra was jailed for 10 months for aiding and abetting Graham's offending.
At an earlier hearing, the court was told the case had prompted changes to the Aboriginal services unit with tighter restrictions placed on its operations.