BUFFALO, N.Y. — The psychologist hired by the city of Buffalo to do psychological exams for Buffalo Police and Fire applicants has resigned following public outcry.

Common Council President Darius Pridgen says the Common Council recently supported a resolution to provide Dr. Jay Supnick his 30-day termination notice after the city received a number of complaints accusing Supnick of asking inappropriate or racially-biased questions during his examinations.

A city spokesperson said there was no indication of any racial bias and that all aspects of the hiring process for both the police and fire departments would be reviewed.

Pridgen says Supnick submitted his resignation on Wednesday.