Is Kirk Ashton married?
His wife Elizabeth Bridget Ashton is the superintendent at Honeoye Central School District in Ontario County. The couple, who are Rush residents, have three grown children.
Is Kirk Ashton in jail?
Ashton is being held at the Niagara County Jail. In court, the judge reduced his bail from $350,000 to $250,000. He is due back in court in July.
How old is Kirk Ashton?
Through a new indictment unsealed Monday in Monroe County Court, Kirk Ashton, 51, is facing five additional counts of first-degree sexual abuse, 13 counts of second-degree course of sexual conduct against a child, all felonies, and 10 counts of endangering the welfare of a child, a misdemeanor.
Is the government required to give you administrative leave?
Administrative leave is not an entitlement, and agencies are not required to grant it. However, in special circumstances covered by Governmentwide directives or in reaction to emergencies, agencies may have policies and practices in place that provide for automatic application of administrative leave.
When to use administrative leave for volunteer activities?
Agency-approved volunteer activities. OPM advises that the granting of administrative leave for volunteer activities should be limited to those situations in which the employee’s absence, in the agency’s determination, is not specifically prohibited by law and satisfies one or more of the administrative leave criteria.
Can a fired employee be placed on administrative leave?
It is not employment at will, so the leaving employee may not be fired on the basis of unsubstantiated allegations. To avoid liability for wrongful termination, an employer must have reasonable grounds to suspect misconduct to justify placing employee on administrative leave
Can a National Guard member use administrative leave?
(This policy does not apply to Federal employee members of the National Guard or Reserves who are called up to assist in disaster relief and recovery efforts, since they are entitled to military leave under 5 U.S.C. 6323 (b).) OPM does not regulate the use of administrative leave. This authority rests with each agency head.