An already well protected event is being re-assessed by police

Security at the America’s Cup village in Auckland, New Zealand is being re-assessed in the wake of the Bali bombing, police say.

Auckland police had already begun policing the village since the regatta began on October 1. But now all security procedures are being re-evaluated.

The police operation involves 107 officers with 11 inflatable boats for patrolling Auckland harbour front. Other security arrangements, include vehicle checks and camera surveillance.