Duncan watched panic and shock spread through the crowd.  He folded his arms and kept his expression neutral while Jenkins appealed for calm.  He welcomed it, personally.  Not only because as Assistant Commissioner he’d be on the short list of candidates to take the job.  Jenkins had been wrong for the job.  He didn’t really understand The City, or the what their job really was.  He relied on physical world tactics.  He led with his passions.  And he never made nice with The Board.  Duncan had a chat with the new CEO.  Things would be smoother when the dust settled.