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Serpas' critics think morale will improve with his retirement

  // Monday, 18 August 2014 21:42 //
NEW ORLEANS (WVUE) -

With Ronal Serpas no longer in charge of the NOPD, some of his loudest critics think morale on the force will improve. They predict new leadership will make a big difference.

Interim Chief Michael Harrison is well-known to current NOPD officers. With over 20 years on the job, those on the force say they think he'll be able to relate to the challenges officers face on a daily basis.

Talk of replacing Ronal Serpas as police chief has been around for months.

New Orleans City Councilman Jason Williams says, "If you try something for a very long time and it doesn't work, to continue to try that, I think that's the definition of insanity."

Williams admits council members have discussed NOPD leadership issues at length but never took any action to oust Serpas.

While rumors of his retirement abounded, some say the timing of this announcement was unexpected.

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