16 September 2010
Investigation targets bookkeping; classes cut

The News Virginian

In an effort to overcome a “financial crisis,” the board of the Central Shenandoah Criminal Justice Academy opened an internal investigation into its bookkeeping and canceled some courses, academy officials said.

Board Chairman Glenn Aylor said this week an investigation began Aug. 27 after the academy board deemed accounting principles “not acceptable.”

“There’s an internal investigation going on to see why the academy’s finances are the way they are,” Aylor said. “To check the financial internal controls and the accounting process.”

The administrative investigation launched after the resignation of former Executive Director Mitch Banta and the suspension of Assistant Director Mary Garber, Aylor said.

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