The New York City Police Department is launching an all-out effort to make sure New Year's Eve revelers are safe in Times Square.

"It will be a full-fledged deployment of our resources," said NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly. "We assume New York is the number one target."

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While the city has not received a specific threat, the NYPD believes it's better to be safe than sorry -- especially with tens of thousands of revelers expected to pile into Times Square.

"There are no guarantees," Kelly said. "We are doing more than any other city to keep us safe from a terrorist attack, but there are no guarantees. We live in a dangerous world."

Mayor Michael Bloomberg encouraged tourists and locals to pay attention and report any suspicious behavior.

"If you see anything, they'll be plenty of police officers to talk to," he said. "Walk up and say, 'Hey, I may be wrong, but that guy looks nefarious.' "

And be sure to follow FOX News Radio's Todd Starnes as he reports from Times Square on New Year's Eve. He will be providing hourly updates and random tweets.

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