Louisiana’s anti-terrorism law enforcement center has increased its staffing during the Sept. 11 anniversary period.

A state police spokesman says the expanded operations at the Louisiana State Analytical and Fusion Exchange — known as the fusion center — will continue until next week and then be re-evaluated.

The center, which includes state, federal and local law enforcement agencies, investigates cases involving terrorist threats, cyber crime, drug trafficking, gang activity and public corruption.

Gov. Bobby Jindal said Friday that the expansion wasn’t a response to a specific threat.