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Sean Whent is out as Oakland police chief  Oakland City Hall: Whent, who became the departmentís head in May of 2014, had taken over as acting chief after Howard Jordan abruptly resigned in 2013 Oakland police chief steps down
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Oaklandís new Police Chief Fairow removed from job
Acting Oakland police Chief Paul Figueroa withdraws from position

year 2016 Top ^

  Oakland City Hall: Acting Police Chief Paul Figueroa is the third chief to be replaced in 9 days amid a sex scandal that the s mayor said involved 'disgusting allegations'
  Oakland City Hall: Mayor Libby Schaaf abruptly fired interim Chief, six days after hiring him to replace a chief who resigned amid a sexual misconduct scandal


year 2013 Top ^

  Oakland City Hall: Howard Jordan abruptly stepped down, citing an unspecified medical reason. He led the force for 19 months, a time of Occupy protests, budget cuts

year 2011 Top ^

Nov.14   Quan's top legal adviser resigns over raid
  Oakland City Hall: Mayor Jean Quan's chief legal adviser Dan Siegel resigned after what he called a 'tragically unnecessary' police raid of the Occupy Oakland camp Oct.11   Police chief resigning after 2 years
  Oakland City Hall: Embattled Oakland Police Chief Anthony Batts said he will resign next month on the job, citing frustration over his role in the department

year 2010 Top ^

Aug.4 Mayor Ron Dellums Won't Seek Re-Election
  Oakland City Hall: Ron Dellums, 74, announced that he won't seek re-election in November. He elected mayor in June 2006 and took office in January 2007

year 2009 Top ^

Sep.8 County DA Announces Retirement  Alameda County District Attorney Tom Orloff announced at that he has decided to retire, effective as soon as the board appoint a replacement Jan.28   Police Chief Blasts City Council, Resigns
  Oakland City Hall: Embattled Wayne Tucker is facing criticism over chronic violent crime as city leaders prepared to call for a vote of no-confidence

year 2008 Top ^

Oct.4   City police chief considers retirement  Oakland City Hall: 65-year-old Wayne Tucker, who took some time off this week, is going through a 'personal matter' that is unrelated to the police department Jul.2 Mayor fires city administrator  Oakland City Hall: City Administrator Deborah Edgerly suspected of tampering with a police investigation is out of a job Jun.27 Embattled City Administrator Out Of Job
  Oakland City Hall: Mayor Ron Dellums placed Deborah Edgerly on administrative leave. The 56-year old Edgerly tried to protect her nephew, a gang member
Jun.1 Mayor Loses Anti-Violence Staffer  Oakland City Hall: There's a shake up in mayor Ron Dellums administration, as Lenore Anderson , his top anti-violence aide, is stepping down

year 2004 Top ^

Oct.9   Police Chief Considering Move
  Oakland City Hall: Richard Word is considering leaving that post to take up the leadership post in Vacaville

year 2003 Top ^

Jul.2 Parks and recreation director resigns  Oakland City Hall: Former UC Berkeley sociology professor Harry Edwards needed to retire because of pension issues Jul.1 Mayor Fires City Manager
  Oakland City Hall: Jerry Brown fired Robert Bobb from $225,000 a year job

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