ATHENS, Ga. -- Event organizers are looking at security procedures around Georgia following the bombings at the Boston Marathon.
In Athens, University of Georgia police chief Jimmy Williamson says the bombings will prompt a review of security plans.
Williams says events like what happened in Boston always make security officials assess their own situations.
Campus police have already increased security at UGA football games in recent years. Past changes include more security cameras and bomb-sniffing dogs.
Williams says security planning is all about minimizing the risk of an attack.