Authorities say so far the Chauvin trial has brought no arrests of protesters and no property damage, and they currently don’t know of any imminent, credible threats but continue to monitor. Public Safety Commissioner John Harrington says as jury selection wraps up and when the trial itself gets underway, people can expect some additional police presence — but not a dramatic increase:

“We are basing our operation on information and on intelligence, and at this time there is no information or intelligence (that) would justify a major increase in our posture.”

But Harrington says law enforcement remains ready to respond and is committed to preventing bad things from happening.