DETROIT, Mich (wxyz) - Many police officers could be seen around Comerica Park as the Tigers took on the Yankees for Game 3 of the ALCS Tuesday evening.
Police on foot and on horseback, in uniform and undercover were working together to make baseball fans feel safe.
"It does make me feel very safe," says Deborah Munro who was at the game with her mom, her 5-year-old daughter and her husband.
Deandre Collins says: "I feel so safe, I could do cartwheels downtown."
Lt. Mike Shaw of the Michigan State Police says it is a joint effort between the State Police, Detroit Police, Wayne County Sheriff's Department and several federal agencies including Homeland Security. He says they just want to make sure everyone has a good and safe time.
At the same time, Lt. Shaw says they are prepared for anything--equipped with bomb sniffing dogs and enough backup in case a problem arises.
"Anyone with illicit or illegal thoughts in mind won't get through this blue line," says Lt. Shaw.
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