NEENAH, WI (WTAQ) - A hearing to determine whether a Neenah police officer should be fired has been delayed.
A revised statement of charges against officer Renee Dubinski was filed three days before the hearing scheduled for last Monday.
The city’s police commission decided the altered charges meant a 10-day waiting period was necessary before a hearing so Dubinski’s right to due process wasn’t violated.
She's accused of lying to her supervisors on six occasions. She faces no criminal charges.
Dubinski got in trouble for allegedly maintaining a close relationship with a man who has a reputation for being involved in criminal activities.
The police commission’s next meeting will be held May 14th.
Dubinski has been suspended with pay since last September.