LIVINGSTON COUNTY — The Livingston County Board of Supervisors has signed a contract with McCabe Associates, a consulting firm specializing in security and internal investigations, to investigate allegations of fraudulent time card practices at the Livingston County Sheriffs Department.
Livingston County Administrator Ian Coyle confirmed after today’s board meeting that McCabe Associates has been retained.
The board vote took place after a two-hour closed door executive session. Only two supervisors voted against allocating funds for the agreement, Livingston County Board of Supervisors Chairman James Merrick and Springwater Supervisor Deborah Babbitt-Henry.
According to the terms of the agreement, McCabe Associates is now approved to bill the county $90/hour and mileage costs at the rate of .65 a mile
According to their website, “McCabe Associates is an international private investigation and security consulting firm providing services to clients throughout the Americas. Founded in 1992, McCabe offers a highly trained staff with backgrounds in U.S. and International law enforcement as well as corporate, accounting and financial entities.”