The head of Rochester's Police Accountability Board has been placed on administrative leave.
Bob Lonsberry reports the board voted "no confidence" in executive director Conor Dwyer Reynolds.
It came after reciprocal allegations -- between Reynolds and board members -- involving sexual and racial discrimination or harassment.
The PAB says it doesn't discuss ongoing employee-related complaints or investigations.
Lonsberry says the City Council is investigating.
From the PAB:
“As a matter of policy, the City of Rochester – including the Police Accountability Board – does not discuss ongoing employee-related complaints or investigations. It is important that these matters are fully vetted to ensure a fair and complete understanding of all relevant information and to be certain that employee confidentiality and trust are not compromised.”