State police reexamine security for Super Bowl events

Law enforcement are taking a second look at their security procedures for next year's Super Bowl, after the bombing this week at the Boston Marathon.

Law enforcement are taking a second look at

Law enforcement are taking a second look at their security procedures for next year's Super Bowl, after the bombing this week at the Boston Marathon. (Credit: News 12 New Jersey)

EAST RUTHERFORD - Law enforcement are taking a second look at their security procedures for next year's Super Bowl, after the bombings this week at the Boston Marathon.

State police have been working with local and federal agencies on a plan to keep Met Life Stadium safe for fans before, during and after the big game.

There will be obvious measures, such as metal detectors and bomb-sniffing dogs, but there will also be methods that the public will not see.

Police can't say exactly what those will be, but they say the Boston Marathon has certainly been a lesson to learn from.

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