There has been another delay in the disciplinary proceedings for former Victoria police chief Frank Elsner.
Elsner was scheduled to appear for a disciplinary hearing on Monday on allegations of workplace harassment, but that has now been moved to Nov. 6.
His previous lawyer was appointed to the B.C. Supreme Court. and he has new counsel.
Elsner has another hearing scheduled on Nov. 21 related to allegations that he gave misleading information to an investigator looking into inappropriate Twitter messages sent to the wife of a Victoria police officer.
In May, Elsner resigned as police chief after being suspended with pay in April 2016 for sending sexually charged social media messages to a female of another police force.
A B.C. Supreme Court judge later tossed out two of five allegations against Elsner, but a probe continues into allegations Elsner contacted witnesses related to the complaint and gave misleading information to investigators.
With files from The Canadian Press