The Islamic Center at Fort Pierce -- the mosque the Orlando nightclub shooter Omar Mateen attended -- has been refused a security detail by Orlando law enforcement. Since the shooting occurred, the mosque has been cooperating with the FBI's ongoing investigation, while at the same time experiencing hateful actions from passerby and receiving threatening phone calls. As worries of anti-Islamic attacks mounted, an imam from the mosque reportedly asked the sheriff's office for a security detail to provide protection for worshipers as they entered and exited the mosque for Ramadan prayers during evening hours. Officers agreed to patrol the area infrequently, but stopped short of guaranteeing a stationed security detail at the mosque. As of July 1, Bryan Beaty, the sheriff's public information officer, said providing a security detail was a possibility and that the office is in communication with the mosque. In the meantime, the mosque has hired its own team of private security guards to protect worshipers.