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Audio Included in Post. Runs 40 Minutes ©2011 WTLC/Radio One. Democratic nominee for Indianapolis Mayor Melina Kennedy came to Afternoons with Amos talking tough about crime and public safety. Kennedy told Amos and listeners that if elected she’d work to end loopholes that keep illegal guns on the street. She’d fire Public Safety Director Dr. Frank Straub, while strengthening the role of the Chief of the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department. Kennedy also vowed to get a daily briefing on crime and public safety as Mayor.  Kennedy also talked about job creation, lack of openness on recent city deals involving Bush Stadium redevelopment and answered listeners questions and concerns.  Hear the full interview above.