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In prepared to hit the streets the firing of the city's first female police chief Anne Kirkpatrick on the minds of many but not on the lips the graduates all instructed not to speak with the media acting chief Darren Allison did thank Ann Kirkpatrick from the podium chair of the police commissioner Janet Jackson says the commission lost confidence in Kirkpatrick over the last two and a half years and then approached mayor shall after joining a termination for no because what she did I think celebration for new beginnings for the officers as well as our future Jeff said during the ceremony the decision was personally difficult but in the best interest of Oakland many disagree including councilmember Noel Dio commissioner Jackson favors an internal candidate for a permanent replacement in Oakland Margie Shafer KCBS meanwhile the president of the Oakland police officers union is worried about future leadership of the department as KCBS reporter Holly Quan tells us he wonders how the mayor and commission expect to find anyone in a nationwide search who wants to come to Oakland Oakland so violent crime rise last year seven percent over the year before murders were up ten percent the second straight year of increases and union president Barre Darlin worries about staff morale when crime traditionally spikes during summer a number of officers we had is less than it was just a year ago after five years of consistent efforts to build up the force and now you fire without cause the chief of police so your officer on the ground trying the best you can to serve the community are you supposed to think bill Bratton was head of the police departments in New York LA and Boston in twenty twelve he was brought on as a consultant to the Oakland police department he says it's gonna be tough finding candidates for the vacancy anybody that would ask my opinion about whether they should apply I would discourage them from applying I don't think it's really a position in which you can make a significant change Holly Quan KCBS is offense lawyers in the case of two bay area teenagers accused of killing an Italian police officer in Rome are complaining that translations of conversations intercepted in the suspect's jail were incomplete Roberto Capra who defends Finnigan Lee elder says the conversations his client had with family members in a personal lawyer which were deemed helpful for the defense were omitted from the transcript prepared for the prosecution for use during the trial elder and friend Gabrielle the Tolly Hjorth are accused in the stabbing of the off history in July of twenty nineteen after a drug deal gone bad the trial is scheduled to start next week just ahead on KCBS I'm Doug sovereign in Las Vegas where the Democrats may be holding a caucus but president trump comes to town to rallying his voters by the thousands what don't I like about him three hours first check of KCBS traffic.