On Monday, Boston Police Commissioner Edward Davis posted a video on bpdnews.com addressing Boston residents regarding the aftermath of Osama bin Laden’s death.

He said that there have not been any direct threats on the city, but officers have yet been instructed to increase their awareness during their day-to-day routines.

The commissioner asked that locals also look out for any suspicious activity and report it to the Boston Police Department.

He referenced the iWATCH program on the bpdnews.com website, which provides information on how to identify activities that should be reported.

The commissioner also asked that residents participate in peaceful public displays that would honor those who made Osama bin Laden’s death possible.

The commissioner ended by thanking the 13 members of BPD, who are currently serving in the military, for their service.

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