Hawkeye Fans Can Expect Tight Security At Rose Parade And Rose Bowl
Date posted - December 23, 2015
Pasadena Police Chief Phillip Sanchez talked about the increased enforcement for the 127th Rose Parade at a news conference Tuesday.
Dozens of security cameras will be in place as well, according to Chief Sanchez. More than 700,000 people are expected to line the route of the Rose Parade on New Year’s Day morning. The Rose Bowl, featuring Iowa versus Stanford, will kickoff later that afternoon.
Homeland Security Special Agent Mark Selby said that everyone understands the need for the tight security.
Selby says they’ll be deploying an “unprecedented volume of resources and technologies” for both the parade and game.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection will patrol the game and parade from the sky. Fans attending the game will be provided with clear bags for their personal belongings as they enter the stadium.
The University of Iowa received over 54,000 ticket requests from fans hoping to attend the game. The Iowa Hawkeyes last played in the Rose Bowl in 1991.
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