State police said they haven’t received any “credible threats” in response to the horrific mass shooting at a country music festival in Las Vegas Sunday night.
“No current known credible threats to any event or location in Massachusetts,” said state police spokesman David Procopio.
He added that troopers will review the specifics of the murderous rampage — the worst mass shooting in modern American history — when a gunman unleashed a rapid fire of bullets onto the concert crowd of more than 20,000 people.
“In the wake of any large scale attack — domestic or foreign — our Special Operations Division, which includes our STOP Team (Special Tactical Operations, our armored special weapons and tactical entry team) examines the specific details of the incident and reviews our operational plans, to discuss our potential tactical response to scenarios with similar circumstances,” said Procopio in a statement.
“Please note that this is an ongoing process that occurs regularly, not just after a tragedy like this, but certainly after an attack like this,” he added. “We do not discuss specific details or assets or personnel numbers related to our security operations.”
Stacey James, a spokesman for the Patriots and Gillette Stadium, which hosts summer concerts and other events, declined to comment on whether there will be a heightening of security in the wake of the Las Vegas shooting.
“Together, we work with the local, state and federal agencies to collectively formulate a security plan for every event at Gillette Stadium, but for security reasons, we don’t describe those in detail,” said James.
A spokeswoman for the TD Garden declined comment.
Police ramped up security around several Hub events after the suicide bombing attack at an arena in Manchester, England, in May. There was increased security at Boston Calling, the outdoor music festival, as well as sporting events at Fenway Park and the TD Garden, though local law enforcement had not received any specific threats.