PAB will hold a meeting on Thursday about possibly appointing a director

ROCHESTER, N.Y. — The Rochester Police Accountability Board will hold an emergency public board meeting on Thursday at 6 p.m. to discuss potentially appointing an interim executive director.

The meeting will be held at the PAB Agency Office at 245 East Main St. The PAB has been without a director since Conor Dwyer Reynolds was put on leave on May 13. The PAB voted to terminate Reynolds in November after a report from an outside law firm found that he violated city policies.

Reynolds filed the lawsuit and a complaint with the Division of Human Rights against the board’s chair at the time, Shani Wilson, claiming a pattern of sexual harassment. In September, Reynolds lost the lawsuit, which sought to reinstate him.

The current acting manager of the PAB is Dwaine Boscoe.

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