The San Francisco 49ers play the Baltimore Ravens this weekend in New Orleans for Super Bowl XLVII, and the city’s police force is counting on support from law enforcement agencies to help secure the sport’s biggest game. Like winning the big game itself, keeping the peace during the Super Bowl will be a team effort.
Low-flying government planes, bomb-sniffing dogs, magnetometers, high-tech mobile command centers, SWAT officers, police horses or robots will all be a part of the massive annual security effort that comes with hosting the Super Bowl, which has long been considered a potential terrorist target
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