About the Office of Public Integrity
The Monroe County Office of Public Integrity (OPI) was established in 2016 to promote the integrity, efficiency and accountability of Monroe County in its operations.
The Office carries out the Inspector General’s function for Monroe County to promote government accountability and oversight.
Our goal is to promote economy and efficiency of government operations through policy recommendations, audits, investigations and risk assessments.
OPI was formed under section C Article 6 of the Monroe County Charter.
To ensure the office’s independence, the Director is appointed by the Monroe County Legislature for a fixed 5 year term, and is prohibited from registering in any political party.
The office consists of the Director, an auditor, two investigators and a secretary.
OPI conforms to the standards and ethics promoted by the Association of Inspectors General in their “Green Book” of Standards and Principles for Inspectors General.
The Director, auditor and investigators are certified through the Association of Inspectors General.
Director Janson D. McNair
Janson D. McNair became the director of the Office of Public Integrity in January 2021, after serving 25 years in the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office. Director McNair retired from the Sheriff’s Office as Commander of the Staff Service Bureau. He served 4 years in the United States Army during Operation Desert Storm.
Director McNair has extensive institutional knowledge of Monroe County government to supplement his career in the military and law enforcement. He holds an Associate’s Degree in Liberal Arts from Monroe Community College, a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications from SUNY Brockport, and a Master’s degree in Criminal Justice Administration from Keuka College.
Director McNair is a Certified Inspector General. He is also an active instructor with the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services, where he currently instructs Officer Wellness and Suicide Prevention.