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Securing America: Super Bowl Security
Super Bowl week kicks off today, and the New York City Police Department will be keeping a close eye on fans.
FOX News Radio’s Jeff Monosso reports from New York in our series on national security:
The NYPD is blanketing Super Bowl Boulevard, a 13-block street fair that stretches from 47th street through Times Square down Broadway with temporary surveillance cameras that’ll supplement a network of permanent cameras that watch for possible terror threats and other suspicious activity.
Live feeds going straight to the NYPD’s Command Center, but locals… they’re not worried.
(Resident) “If anyone can handle it — New York City can handle it.”
And just like across the Hudson River, at MetLife Stadium in Rutherford, New Jersey, hundreds of extra uniformed and plainclothes cops and the FBI will mix in the crowd watching for threats.
In New York, Jeff Monosso, FOX News Radio.