A panel of several agencies is investigating the recent scare at Kennedy Airport prompted by unfounded reports of gunfire and now Governor Andrew Cuomo has announced a formal review.
More than 200 officers swarmed JFK Sunday night after authorities received several calls about shots being fired inside a terminal.
Passengers were evacuated and flights were grounded -- but it turned out to be a false alarm.
The cause of the reports is still unclear, and Governor Cuomo wants authorities to figure out what happened.
"But I want the Homeland Security people, the state police, I want to get a full review of what happened, what should have happened - luckily there was no actual emergency - but how do we make the response better?" Cuomo said.
Loud celebrations following Usain Bolt's Olympic victory have been mentioned as one possible cause.
Port Authority Police has jurisdiction over the airport, but the NYPD was also part of the investigation.