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Police departments in New York, Chicago and Los Angeles will step up patrols in theaters screening the new “Joker” film, debuting Thursday. Many raised concerns about the controversial film, citing the 2012 Colorado mass shooting during the premiere of another Batman film. NBC’s Miguel Almaguer reports for TODAY.