MIAMI (CBSMiami) – With Super Bowl 54 less than two months away, there was a critical security meeting Tuesday at Hard Rock Stadium.

Representatives from the FBI, Miami-Dade Police Department, the Super Bowl Host Committee, the NFL and other agencies gathered for a “tabletop” exercise to walk through various security scenarios.

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Officials say the event was all about coordinating and evaluating response capabilities.

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“This tabletop exercise will give us all an opportunity to showcase our response capabilities during the Super Bowl in case we have any trouble, any events, a critical incident,” said Miami-Dade Police Director Juan Perez. “It’s just refining what we’ve been preparing for probably the last year.”

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Director Perez said the goal is to ensure that the estimated 65,000 football fans who attend the Super Bowl are able to feel safe and enjoy the festivities.