Winnipeg’s Police Board has decided that Ross Eadie will be allowed to stay on.
A review concluded that the city councillor did not breach the board’s code of conduct on a night out that ended in the “drunk tank” last November.
In a release, the board says they determined that Eadie “has not breached the Code, in that his conduct did not discredit or compromise the integrity of the Board.”
Eadie has not attended any police board meetings since the incident back in November.
The investigation was led by board vice-chair Barry Tuckett as Chair Scott Gillingham recused himself to avoid any perception of bias, as both he and Eadie are councillors.
The board also says they “look forward to him resuming his valuable contributions to the work of the Board.”