Only 10 applicants have emerged thus far for the new police commissioners job in Buffalo:
Paucity of applicants prompts questions on filling top police job
By Brian Meyer
Buffalo’s search for a new police commissioner has produced only about 10 applicants, city officials disclosed Tuesday.
The hunt for candidates, they added, continues more than four months after Mayor Byron W. Brown vowed to launch a national search.
While the official in charge of the search insisted that the city has cast a national net, some lawmakers wondered aloud whether enough has been done to attract candidates for the $116,989-a-year job.
However, our sources have told us a new candidate has recently emerged: