Toronto city councillor Doug Ford accuses Police Chief Bill Blair of "massive bias" by the chief against Mayor Rob Ford.
Ford is demanding an investigation into the Chief and says Blair must step aside in the interim.
In an interview with NEWSTALK 1010, Doug Ford also accused a member of the Police Services Board of a conflict of interest regarding the Chief and he wants that Board member to resign immediately.
That board member is Andy Pringle.
Councillor Ford claims Pringle and the Police Chief are "fishing buddies."
"I would like to see Andy Pringle step down because he's biased, in my opinion," Ford says.
Ford points out that Blair reports to the Board that Pringle sits on and the Councillor feels that has the potential to bias important decisions.
So Ford is taking his complaint to the head of the Police Services Board.
"Being (Blair's) fishing buddy, he will not be able to have a clear judgment on anything from the Police Chief's contract ... on the Police budget, or anything to do with the Police Chief himself," he says.
In an interview with NEWSTALK 1010's 'Moore in the Morning,' the chair of the Police Services Board, Dr. Alok Mukherjee, says that if the Fords have a problem with the Chief, they must file a formal complaint with the Ontario Independent Police Review Director.
The Director would then decide if the complaint has merit to pass it along to the Toronto Police Services Board for its investigation.