Duwaine Bascoe resigns as acting chief of investigations of PAB
ROCHESTER, N.Y. — The acting chief of investigations of the Rochester Police Accountability Board has resigned.
Duwaine Bascoe notified the board’s interim executive director on Thursday morning of his plan to resign. There’s no word yet on why Bascoe is resigning.
The PAB has seen quite a bit of turmoil over the last several months. Maintaining its staff has been one of the board’s biggest challenges.
More about the Police Accountability Board:
- City Council sets aside $50,000 for Police Accountability Board’s efforts to unionize (Jan. 19)
- City Council passes three measures to reform Police Accountability Board (Dec. 21)
- Sherry Walker-Cowart starts as the interim executive director of PAB on Friday (Dec 8)
- An intervention: Rochester City Council will decide what’s next for PAB (Nov 18)
- PAB votes to terminate Conor Dwyer Reynolds (Nov 17)
- Investigative report faults PAB executive director’s leadership and decision-making (Nov 16)
- PAB addresses plans to unionize for better job protection (Nov. 10)
- More internal strife at Police Accountability Board amid accusations against acting manager (Oct 12)
- Some Rochester City Council members say they didn’t know a PAB member was put on leave (Oct 7)
- PAB loses another member; deputy chief of community engagement fired on Friday (Oct 7)
- Another top Police Accountability Board leader gets suspended (Oct 6)
- PAB wants your input on police disciplinary “matrix” (Oct 4)
- PAB Alliance voices concerns over nomination and budget (June 22)
- PAB Board Chair submits resignation (June 10)
- Police Accountability Board Chair accused of sexual harassment (June 7)
- City councilmembers question PAB and what they are doing with their time (May 24)