Beginning this week, the department will be on "full alert" in residential and business areas of the city, according to a release from the Beverly Hills Police Department.
"Additionally, other law enforcement personnel and private security companies will offer support and coordinate closely with BHPD," the release read.
Some businesses in Beverly Hills may even choose to temporarily close as a precautionary measure.
The department took similar steps in preparation of possible protests and unrest ahead of the 2020 election. Many businesses then opted to board up storefronts with plywood.
Other local law enforcement agencies have not said whether they will increase patrols as well.
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