West Yorkshire Police is looking at a report into expense claims at Yorkshire's tourism agency following claims public money was "frittered way".
Accountancy firm BDO LLP was asked to produce the report following the resignation of Sir Gary Verity as the boss of Welcome to Yorkshire on health grounds in March.
It found that £26,000 claimed over six years were for expenses that should have been classed as "personal".
There were further claims for which their were no records, meaning that investigators were unable to say whether claims were legitimate.
There were two reports commissioned in the wake of Sir Gary's departure, along with a probe into the management culture at the agency following claims of bullying.
- Jon Hill has this report:
In a sit-down chat with Keith Stewart, the interim Chair of Welcome To Yorkshire, Duncan Wood asked him if he thought he should resign now.
A spokesperson for Sir Gary said: