Watch live as officials give a briefing on Super Bowl safety measures this Sunday in Las Vegas.
NFL and Las Vegas law enforcement officials will speak at the press conference on Wednesday, February 7.
Also present is US Secretary of State Alejandro Mayorkas. Department of Homeland Security.
Security teams for the big game at Allegiant Stadium will have their hands full amid warnings of counterfeit goods, human trafficking and illegal drones at the Super Bowl and nearby airports.
The Super Bowl is the most-watched television event in the United States each year and is therefore a top priority for security reasons. The NFL and law enforcement have been preparing for this for years.
Security plans for this year’s game reflect collaboration with dozens of local, county, state and federal agencies. These include the Department of Homeland Security, the Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency, the Secret Service and the FBI.