LAPD Monitoring High-Profile Sites as Precaution Following Paris Attacks


LAPD cars patrolled LAX following a deadly attack in Paris on Nov. 13, 2015. (Credit: KTLA)

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Los Angeles police have notified commanding officers and are monitoring "critical sites" across the city in the wake of the deadly attacks in Paris, officials said Friday afternoon.

Officer Drake Madison, an LAPD spokesman, stressed there was "no nexus to anything in Los Angeles at this time," saying the actions taken by the department were done so as a precaution.

"Everybody is very much aware of what's going on," he said.

Madison said LAPD divisions were deploying extra patrols near the critical sites within their boundaries, such as power grids and other infrastructure, the Hollywood sign, other tourist locations or Los Angeles International Airport.

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