Minneapolis police would be banned from using neck restraints and choke holds and officers would be required to intervene when inappropriate force is used, under an agreement the City Council approved on Friday.

The agreement also seeks to impose more accountability for the use of crowd-control weapons and increase transparency in police discipline cases, the Star-Tribune reports.

The document, which would still require approval from a judge, is the result of negotiations between the city’s elected officials and the Minnesota Department of Human Rights.

The City Council approved the tentative agreement in a meeting Friday afternoon, and Mayor Jacob Frey signed it moments later.