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A longtime Seattle police officer has been suspended without pay for 10 days for a 2010 incident in which he punched a restrained man in the face 14 times in less than a minute.
SEATTLE – Spokane police Chief Anne Kirkpatrick is not among the three finalists for the Seattle police chief job. The three finalists are the city’s Interim Chief John Diaz, Sacramento police Chief Rick Braziel and East Palo Alto, Calif., police Chief Ron Davis.
The list of nine candidates for the job of Seattle police chief is being narrowed to three finalists. KOMO Radio reports the selection panel is sending its recommendation Tuesday evening to Mayor Mike McGinn for his decision.
Spokane police Chief Anne Kirkpatrick is one of 11 finalists to lead Seattle’s police force.
Spokane Police Chief Anne Kirkpatrick told the Seattle Times that she is closely monitoring the search for a new Seattle chief but avoided saying if she plans to apply for the open job. Last year Kirkpatrick applied for the top job in San Francisco’s police department but downplayed the action and argued that as a woman leading a large department, she’s often recruited.
Spokane Police Chief Anne Kirkpatrick told The Seattle Times that she is closely monitoring the search for a new Seattle chief, but avoided saying if she plans to apply for the open job.
Spokane police Chief Anne Kirkpatrick on Wednesday downplayed suggestions that she is actively pursuing work outside Spokane, but she acknowledged applying for the top cop job in San Francisco and being recruited for many others. In an e-mail sent to her full department and other city leaders, Kirkpatrick said that she’s open to other job opportunities as they come her way, but that she is not actively pursuing them and does not consider herself “looking” for a new position.