CHICAGO — Following a shooting on the Near North Side, Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot and Chicago Police Department Superintendent David Brown joined other city leaders to discuss the results of Operation American Hustle.

The 15-month long effort resulted in more than 30 arrests with 10 of those individuals receiving federal charges in connection with drug trafficking. While those charges were previously announced by the U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Illinois, at Friday’s press conference city leaders focused on the additional resources being given to the West Side communities such as behavioral health treatment.

The press conference also came after new restrictions on minors and security procedures were put in place at Millennium Park. Those measures were in reaction to a deadly shooting in the park Saturday.

Lightfoot has also proposed changing the city’s current curfew for minors from 11 p.m. to 10 p.m., a measure which passed out of the city council’s public safety committee Friday morning.

Following the prepared remarks, Lightfoot and Brown took questions from the media which largely focused on the recent violence. See the entire event in the video above.