CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - There are new details on security plans for the Cincinnati Pride Parade set for June 25.
The new details come after a gunman open fire in an Orlando gay nightclub killing 49 people and injuring more than 50.
On Tuesday, city leaders, police, emergency personnel along with Cincinnati pride met to discuss security plans.
Though they can't go in to all of the security details, they're using everything from technology to old fashion boots on the ground on the parade route.
"If you don't see us, we can see you. We've got intelligence tools at our disposal. We've got surveillance tolls at our disposal. We're constantly monitoring social media," said City Manager Harry Black.
Police will also do a sweep of the parade route and Sawyer Point where the Cincinnati Pride Festival will be held. City officials say if you see something, say something, contact police.