Day one of Chris Koster's Urban Crime Summit gets underway in Kansas City today. Missouri's Attorney General is looking for ways to combat crime in the state's most populated urban centers. After two days of meetings in Kansas City, the summit continues with two days in St. Louis. New York City Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly will speak in K.C. this morning. The dramatic drop in violent crime in New York will be one topic of discussion along with hot-spot policing and gang migration. Police chiefs from both Kansas City and St. Louis, along with the mayors and St. Louis County officials will take part in the summit both in Kansas City and in St. Louis. These meetings are free and open to the public. The St. Louis sessions will be held this Wednesday and Thursday at the St. Louis University School of Law and will run from 9:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m. .