Iowa special agent put on paid leave
IOWA CITY (AP) — A prominent Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation supervisor has been put on paid administrative leave for more than a month due to an undisclosed personnel matter, a department spokesman confirmed Monday.
Special Agent in Charge Larry Hedlund, a 25-year department veteran, has been on paid administrative leave since May 1, Department of Public Safety spokesman Rob Hansen told The Associated Press. He said he couldn’t release any more information about the matter, citing an Iowa law that allows agencies to treat personnel matters as confidential.
Hansen said that speaking generally, paid administrative leave doesn’t amount to a suspension, which the agency considers a punitive action.
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