One-on-one with Milwaukee's newly appointed police chief Jeffrey Norman
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- He's still waiting for the formality of a swearing-in ceremony, but Friday, Nov. 5 was the first day on the job for Milwaukee's new police chief.
Jeffrey Norman was elected Thursday night in a unanimous vote.
The vote comes 10 months after Norman was named acting chief.
CBS 58's Michael Strehlow sat down for a one-on-one conversation with the 25-year MPD veteran at police headquarters.
Norman, a born and raised MIlwaukeean, said this is his dream job.
When asked what kind of Milwaukee he hopes to hand off to the next chief, whenever that may be, he replied, "A city where our children are in a better place," and that a positive meeting between police and citizens is commonplace rather than a surprise.