Seattle Police Department Command Staff Roster with Mayor Jenny Durkan

Seattle Police Staff with Jenny Durkan
Seattle Police Staff with Jenny Durkan
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Category: Other - Politicians
Last Known Home Address:
5561 NE Ambleside Rd
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The Seattle Police Department appears to under the control of a delusional Chief that thinks having a precinct occupied for 23 days is a victory. That Chief is Carmen Best and yesterday Mayor Jenny Durkan ordered her evict protesters for the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone (CHAZ) a.k.a. Capitol Hill Organized Protest (CHOP). In the process over 30 peaceful demonstrators were imprisoned and a lot people were injured. This timing of this attack is suspicious as it comes just a day after protesters marched on the home of Mayor Durkan. Was Mayro Durkan retaliating for outing her secret hideout? We think so. See, her secret hideout was an address exempt from public records disclosure due to her previous employment as a United States Attorney. Apparently the state of Washington has some law against disclosing home addresses in public records for certain types of government officials. Fortunately a member of the Seattle City Counsel named Kshama Sawant new where it was and told everybody. Now the location basically is public record since anyone is free to write an article about that protest and say where it was. Thank you Kshama Sawant.


Since the CHAZ is no more and the good people of CHOP need new places to exercise their First Amendment rights we want to help them choose places where they know that they will be heard. That is why we did a little public records research project focusing on the Seattle Police Department Command Staff (https://www.seattle.gov/police/about-us/about-the-department/command-staff) and Mayor Durkin. It is our hope that the good people of Seattle will continue their peaceful demonstrations and make themselves heard.



Public records contain the following information about the Seattle Police Department's command staff and mayor:


Jenny Anne Durkan

Address

5561 NE Ambleside Rd

Seattle, WA 98105

JENNYD[at]earthlink.net

206.390.4002

Source: https://doxbin.org/upload/MayorJennyDurkan


***On June 30, 2020 protesters marched on Jenny Durkan's mansion (see video below). We believe the above address to be the end destination of that march, but have yet to confirm it 100%. We are however about 90% sure that is it. None of the main stream news outlets that covered the march showed exactly where they were, but this address does match several descriptions of a location in the Windermere Park neighborhood within a short walking distance of Magnuson Park where the march began. We are posting this address to prevent future marchers from getting lost by making their destination easier to find. Apparently Durkan was able to hide this address from public records under some state confidentiality law due to her prior work as a United States Attorney. So, although technically DoxBin.org is not a public records site, we have every right to report that a newsworthy march took place at this location on June 30, 2020. Whether the organizers of the march initially got the address legally or not is ultimately irrelevant due to the fact that a newsworthy protest took place there and the fact that a protest took place there is not subject to confidentiality laws. So, we have the right to say that people marched on that house at that location and their reason was that it is Jenny Durkan's house.


**Durkan claimed that the address needed to be kept "classified" due to death threats received while a federal prosecutor. We think that a better way to keep Durkan from getting death threats would be for her not to put people in prison and free the people that she has locked up.


CARMEN YVETTE BEST

FEMALE

DOB: MAY-1965

AGE: 55

Last known address:

10511 52ND ST SE

SNOHOMISH, WA 98290

2010 - Now

Owner

Possible email addresses:

bestc_us[at]yahoo.com

carmen.best[at]aol.com

carmenbest[at]yahoo.com

carmen.best[at]seattle.gov

Passwords:

ZongoAroki

carmen5719

Phone Numbers:

(206) 390-4489

(360) 568-8545

(206) 390-4481

(425) 334-2511


Mark Baird

Chief Operating Officer

- There are too many people named Mark Baird in Washington state to narrow it down to one. Will try again.


Assistant Chief Thomas Mahaffey

Assistant Chief - Patrol Operations Bureau

23724 SE 4TH PL

SAMMAMISH, WA 98074

1999 - Now

Owner


Assistant Chief Deanna Nollette

Assistant Chief - Criminal Investigations Bureau

Public records say that she own two properties at

115 BLAINE ST

SEATTLE, WA 98109

2014 - Now

Owner

216 6TH ST

LANGLEY, WA 98260

2012 - 2017

Owner


Assistant Chief Steve Hirjak

Assistant Chief - Homeland Security Bureau

1410 FORSTER BLVD SW

NORTH BEND, WA 98045

2011 - Now

Owner


Assistant Chief Eric Greening

Assistant Chief - Special Operations Bureau

12039 GREENWOOD AVE N

SEATTLE, WA 98133

Owner


Assistant Chief Lesley Cordner

Assistant Chief - Professional Standards Bureau.

7032 2ND AVE NW

SEATTLE, WA 98117-4807


Assistant Chief Adrian Diaz

Assistant Chief - Collaborative Policing

*Searching for one specific Adrian Diaz in Washington is like looking for a needle in a haystack


Mike Fields

Executive Director - Human Resources

*Searching for one specific Mike Fields in Washington is like looking for a needle in a haystack


Rebecca Boatright

Executive Director - Legal Affairs

3501 W COMMODORE WAY

SEATTLE, WA 98199-1100


Valarie Anderson

Executive Director - Administration

8433 S 122ND ST

SEATTLE, WA 98178

Owner


Angela Socci

Executive Director - Budget and Finance

403 TERRY AVE APT 106

SEATTLE, WA 98104-2455


Christopher Fisher

Executive Director of Strategic Initiatives

*Searching for one specific Christopher Fisher in Washington is like looking for a needle in a haystack


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