Inspector General Publishes Investigative Report And Makes Public Historical Letters

 The Offices of the New York State Inspector General earlier today published a newly issued investigative report as well as 21 previously non-public letters arising from investigations undertaken by her office.   These letters, which are sent to public officials and agencies regarding allegations of misconduct or wrongdoing, provide information on the ultimate investigative findings by the Inspector General.  Today’s published documents constitute the remainder of such investigative letters issued in 2013, and continues the Inspector General’s commitment to provide all such historical letters on a year-by-year basis.

“Today’s new report and previously unpublished historical letters bear out this office’s commitment to thorough investigations and transparent disclosure to the public of their conclusions” said Inspector General Lucy Lang. “My thanks to our staff, and all the agency and law enforcement partners who share that commitment.”

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