Super Bowl Officials Make Super Security Plans

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As the Super Bowl nears, organizers are finalizing and announcing their plans for a super security detail.

As the Super Bowl nears, organizers are finalizing and announcing their plans for a super security detail.

4 thousand area police officers and private security personnel have been enlisted to help keep the MetLife stadium event safe, but that’s not nearly all that’s planned.

700 state troopers are slated to be cruising around the venue, looking to stop trouble before it has a chance to start.

In the event those thousands of individuals miss something, the FBI will be on hand to look through surveillance footage and call in the assistance of bomb squads, hostage negotiators, and sharpshooters.

Because wrongdoers love the dark – and lots of accidents can happen when there’s no light – utility companies have been contacted to help secure back-up power should there be an electricity problem.

Mother Nature’s often poorly timed weather shenanigans have also been considered.

On game day there will be 900 snowplows at the ready.

Fans lucky enough to be entering the stadium will go through an airport-style check before they’re allowed in.

Those enjoying the festivities in New York City can also expect heightened safety measures like sealed manholes, the removal of garbage cans, and bomb-sniffing dogs.

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