With Paris still reeling from the deadly shooting at the offices of Charlie Hebdo, the NYPD has placed counter-terrorism patrols at “potentially sensitive” locations, such as the French Consulate and some media companies. (National Guardsmen were also sent to Grand Central Station.) However, police commissioner Bill Bratton was sure to stress that no one has actually threatened anything in New York. “We will always err on the side of caution and fortunately we have the resources to do quite a lot, even without a direct threat,” he said at a Wednesday press conference. So, that’s one less thing to actively worry about today.