Cheyenne Police Chief Brian Kozak says his agency implements anti-terrorism security measures at Cheyenne Frontier Days and other events that draw large numbers of people.

Kozak says police  plan ahead of such events to see what sort of security measures need to be implemented. The chief says his officers also bring in outside resources, including equipment designed to detect nuclear weapons, and utilize bomb sniffing dogs to ferret out explosives that might be used in an attack.

Both Kozak and Laramie County Sheriff Danny says their agencies train extensively on how to deal with terrorist threats, including training exercises with state and federal law enforcement agencies.