Perris is one of a handful of cities that have been working with the city of Cleveland to develop a plan to address its security needs.
Cleveland is also hosting a conference on its new security policies.
The plan will be implemented starting in 2019, according to a city press release.
Perris’ plan calls for security teams to work together to reduce the risk of potential attacks and incidents.
Perrin’s plan will not have any impact on Cleveland’s existing security plans, per city spokesman Michael Rios.
Perris has been working on its security plan for years.
In 2015, the city hired a private security firm to help it plan its 2018 event.
The company’s director of security, Brian Foy, was named the first security officer to be named to the Perris Police Department’s security team in 2016.
“The security team has been on the ground since the beginning of the year and is making good progress,” Foy told Time.
In a statement to the Times, Perris said it is committed to improving its security and has hired a third security officer since then.
Foy told the Times that the city has received several complaints about the lack of police presence, but that the “security team continues to work tirelessly” to “increase safety and reduce the possibility of violence.”
Cleveland’s new security plan is an important step in that direction, said Rios, but he added that Perris “will need to work with the rest of the country to get to the same level of security.”