Dozens of area law enforcement officers and emergency responders will help shoulder the burden of making sure next month's presidential inauguration goes off without a hitch in Washington D.C.
The city of Bryan will send 33 police officers to work security for the event. College Station has 19 officers and two fire fighters headed to the ceremonies. Texas A&M is sending six University Police officers and four officers from the Caldwell police department have volunteered to serve.
The overall security detail for the inauguration is expected to number in the thousands.
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