Minneapolis council approves changemaker as new police chief


              Brian O'Hara stands  in the City Hall, Council chambers in Minneapolis on Thursday Nov. 3, 2022.  O'Hara, deputy mayor of Newark, was introduced as Mayor Jacob Frey's top pick Thursday. If confirmed by the City Council, O'Hara will lead the department through changes expected to be ordered as the result of an ongoing Department of Justice investigation launched after the police killing of George Floyd. (Jerry Holt /Star Tribune via AP)
            
              Minneapolis Police officers showed their support for Brian O'Hara in the City Hall, Council chambers in Minneapolis on Thursday Nov. 3, 2022.  O'Hara, deputy mayor of Newark, was introduced as Mayor Jacob Frey's top pick Thursday. If confirmed by the City Council, O'Hara will lead the department through changes expected to be ordered as the result of an ongoing Department of Justice investigation launched after the police killing of George Floyd. (Jerry Holt /Star Tribune via AP)
            
              Brian O'Hara stands in the City Hall, Council chambers in Minneapolis on Thursday Nov 3, 2022. O'Hara, deputy mayor of Newark, was introduced as Mayor Jacob Frey's top pick Thursday. If confirmed by the City Council, O'Hara will lead the department through changes expected to be ordered as the result of an ongoing Department of Justice investigation launched after the police killing of George Floyd. (Jerry Holt /Star Tribune via AP)
            
              Brian O'Hara, left, was congratulated by Mayor Jacob Frey, in the City Hall, Council chambers in Minneapolis on Thursday Nov 3, 2022. O'Hara, deputy mayor of Newark, was introduced as Mayor Jacob Frey's top pick Thursday. If confirmed by the City Council, O'Hara will lead the department through changes expected to be ordered as the result of an ongoing Department of Justice investigation launched after the police killing of George Floyd. (Jerry Holt /Star Tribune via AP)
            
              Brian O'Hara hugs a police officer in the City Hall, Council chambers in Minneapolis on Thursday, Nov. 3, 2022. O'Hara, deputy mayor of Newark, was introduced as Mayor Jacob Frey's top pick Thursday. If confirmed by the City Council, O'Hara will lead the department through changes expected to be ordered as the result of an ongoing Department of Justice investigation launched after the police killing of George Floyd. (Jerry Holt /Star Tribune via AP)
            
              Brian O'Hara stands in the City Hall, Council chambers in Minneapolis on Nov 3, 2022. The Minneapolis City Council on Thursday, Nov. 3, 2022 unanimously approved a former public safety director from Newark, New Jersey, to take over the city’s police department, at a time when it is struggling with depleted staffing and the uncertainty of an ongoing federal investigation following the police killing of George Floyd. (Jerry Holt /Star Tribune via AP)/Star Tribune via AP)
            
              Brian O'Hara, left, was congratulated by Mayor Jacob Frey, in the City Hall, Council chambers in Minneapolis on Thursday Nov 3, 2022. O'Hara, deputy mayor of Newark, was introduced as Mayor Jacob Frey's top pick Thursday. If confirmed by the City Council, O'Hara will lead the department through changes expected to be ordered as the result of an ongoing Department of Justice investigation launched after the police killing of George Floyd. (Jerry Holt /Star Tribune via AP)
Minneapolis council approves changemaker as new police chief