CHICAGO (WLS) -- Faith and community leaders say they want Chicago police and Mayor Rahm Emanuel held accountable for police brutality in the city.
About 150 people gathered for a rally Saturday outside the Chicago Police Headquarters at 35th Street and Michigan Avenue, where they set up a simulated crime scene.
They want Mayor Emanuel to establish an "independent police auditor office."
The same group plans a vigil Monday afternoon outside the mayor's office.
Community leaders rally against Chicago police brutality