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Securing America: Securing the Super Bowl
As the Super Bowl nears, security measures to keep Indianapolis and football fans safe are intensifying.
FOX News Radio’s Jeff Monosso reports from the Super Bowl in our ongoing series on national security:
As local and state law enforcement officials roam the crowds looking for pickpockets and prostitutes, national security officials are also keeping an eye on things from a network of cameras surrounding downtown Indianapolis, and from the sky.
(Haller) “Our #1 goal is to make this a secure event. There is not an individual or an asset that I have in this division that is not involved with the security of the Super Bowl.”
…The FBI’s Robert Haller. Officials, also setting up a no-fly zone around the stadium. They say only small purses or bags are allowed inside on game day, and they’re encouraging ticket holders to arrive early, allowing enough time to pass through security.
In Indianapolis, Jeff Monosso, FOX News Radio.