Secret Service to release detailed NATO plan

April 29, 2012 5:25:20 AM PDT
Chicago's police superintendent said he expects the United States Secret Service to issue a detailed perimeter security plan for the upcoming NATO Summit as early as this coming week.

"We have a pretty good sense of what its going to be," Supt. Garry McCarthy said. "There may be some movement here and there, but we're pretty confident where its going to be."

A preliminary report from the Secret Service earlier this week indicated Metra, Amtrak and South Shore trains would be allowed to proceed through McCormick Place but would be subject to security-related stoppages and delays.