Gang crime summit held in Chicago
November 19, 2005 (WLS) -- Hundreds of law enforcement officers met in Chicago Saturday for the third annual gang crime summit.
More than 350 city, county, state, and federal officials from Chicago and surrounding areas met at the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Chicago police superintendent Phil Cline showed video from a police surveillance camera that actually caught one man shooting another man.
The purpose of the gang summit is for law enforcement agencies to share strategies.
City officials say they are making real progress in the fight against gangs and drugs.
Chicago's murder rate is at a 38- year low.
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