After some delays, the B.C. Office of the Police Complaint Commissioner has set a date for disciplinary hearings against Frank Elsner.
The former Victoria police chief has needed time to get new legal representation for proceedings to continue since his previous lawyer was appointed to the B.C. Supreme Court.
Elsner’s case will come before Discipline Authority Ian Pitfield on January 15 and will last four days.
Under the Police Act, the disciplinary hearing is not open to the public.
Elsner faces allegations of workplace harassment and giving misleading information to investigators looking into inappropriate Twitter messages sent to the wife of a Victoria police officer.
Elsner was granted an adjournement of both proceedings November 2.
Elsner resigned as Victoria’s Police Chief in May.
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A B.C. Supreme Court judge later tossed out two of five allegations against Elsner.