NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — NYPD officers have been exercising vigilance on land, sea and air, as the city works to detect and prevent terror attacks like the one in Boston.
As CBS 2’s Tony Aiello reported, authorities have worked to secure the city by investing in technology to stop bombs like the ones that left three people dead and . The “ring of steel” includes a network of 3,000 cameras that watches streets, sidewalks, and subways, and a computer program analyzes objects and reports them as suspicious.
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“Instead of watching a camera, the camera will alert and give us an alert on something suspicious happening in the field,” said NYPD Counterterrorism Bureau Inspector Sal DiPace.
On Tenth Avenue Tuesday, a report of a suspicious package brought a new kind of explosives detection dog to the scene. The NYPD now has “vapor wake dogs,” trained to…
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