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Super Bowl LVI: Gameday Communications

Investments in preplanning and equipment by FirstNet and Verizon ensured that officers working Super Bowl LVI had the voice and data connectivity they needed before, during, and after the event.

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Super Bowl LVI: Major Collaboration

Feds played key role in Super Bowl LVI security as multiple agencies provided assets to aid local departments before and during "The Big Game."

Super Bowl LVI: How a Small California Agency Secured America's Largest Event

Small department rises to the challenge of its city hosting "The Big Game" and planning for the entire region.

The Super Bowl Could Spark a Riot

Law enforcement agencies—local, state, and federal—are preparing for the possibility of mayhem in the streets of Tampa and Kansas City following the final whistle of Super Bowl LV this Sunday evening. Here are some thoughts on keeping everyone safe in the event of a sports riot.

National FOP Sends Letter of Thanks to Verizon for Super Bowl Ad Honoring Responders

The letter—which was posted to Facebook—began, "On behalf of the members of the Fraternal Order of Police, I want to express my most sincere thanks to you and Verizon for honoring our nation's law enforcement officers and other first responders in Verizon's Super Bowl LIII commercial."

Atlanta Chief Praises Public Safety Response to Super Bowl

The Atlanta PD-led mission took nearly two years to plan, with more than 40 federal, state and local agencies involved.

Prepping Police Communications for the Super Bowl

In two days, the Los Angeles Rams will square off in Atlanta against the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LIII. Verizon has worked for two years to ensure that communications capabilities for the millions of people in that city—as well as the myriad public safety entities standing watch over the event—remain available at all times.

Atlanta Police Prepared for Super Bowl Sunday

According to CBS News, a hard security perimeter of roughly a quarter mile will surround the stadium where 13 of the 15 official NFL events will take place, and the city will be the center of a 30-mile no-fly zone around the stadium. An undisclosed number of F-16 fighter aircraft will intercept any aircraft encroaching that airspace with instructions to keep the offending aircraft from nearing the event.

Video: Verizon to Honor First Responders in Super Bowl Ad Campaign

The campaign titled “The Team that Wouldn’t Be Here” was built around the stories of 11 active NFL players and one coach whose lives were saved by the rapid response of public safety professionals.

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Super Bowl Anti-Terrorism Documents Found on Plane

National Security documents related to simulated attacks at the Super Bowl were left inside the seat-back pocket of an airplane and discovered by a CNN employee.

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