NEW YORK (WABC) --A meeting is set for Monday on New York City's counterterrorism efforts in the wake of last week's terror attacks in Brussels.
Mayor Bill de Blasio will sit down with Police Commissioner William Bratton and other police officials to discuss the city's counterterrorism efforts.
More details of the NYPD's plans are expected to be released Monday afternoon.
Security measures were ramped up around the city following the deadly attacks on the Brussels airport and subway station.
De Blasio and Bratton rode the trains personally to show how safe they feel, as the NYPD starting flooding high profile targets within an hour of the attack overseas.