Local, state and federal law enforcement agencies on hand for Super Bowl

Security bolstered around MetLife Stadium (1/31/14)

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EAST RUTHERFORD - With just two days to go until the Super Bowl, security around the stadium is at an all-time high.

A massive security effort has brought a hundred different local, state and federal law enforcement agencies to the area.

Using state-of-the-art security, agents from the Department of Customs and Border Protection X-ray every single delivery vehicle arriving at MetLife Stadium. The scans will deliver images which can be analyzed for possible terrorist threats. 

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Deputy Chief Rudy Frank says, “There are three levels of checks. We have radiation check; we have canine sweeps and an actual X-ray of the contents that we compare with delivery orders and manifests.” 

Officials say so far, no threats have been discovered, a sign the beefed up security has been effective.

The security checks won’t be over until after the Super Bowl on Sunday night.

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