Sgt. Steve Evans says, "Well any large veunue like that it's going to be pretty much controlled chaos up there."
Evans, and Officer Greg Young, are members of the Evansville Police Department Bomb Squad, and will soon travel north to Indy to help with security. They will be working with the FBI, Secret Service, and ATV dog handlers to keep the big event safe.
"Who knows when it will be back this close and I think it's an honor that Indianapolis asked us to come up and help. I'm pretty excited about it. I'm not too excited about the teams that are in the Super Bowl, but I'm excited about going up and getting to help", says Officer young.
Last year, the EPD Bomb Technicians trained at Lucas Oil Stadium for several days, just to get ready for the big game crowds. They took a tour of the stadium and went through Hazmat and bomb scenarios.
But Sgt. Evans and Officer Young say they won't be working at the game, but somewhere in downtown Indy.
"It's a large event. Crazy people do crazy things and there's just no telling what might happen", says Evans.
Evans and Young will take attack vests, gas masks, hand tools, a disrupter kit, and an 80-pound bomb suit. They'll work in a six-man team and are prepared to handle any situation. These officers say their assignment will help them learn how to better handle the next big event that comes to Evansville.