Officials with Idaho Gov.  "Butch" Otter's office met with the state's law enforcement and security leaders to discuss security issues in the wake of Osama bin Laden's death.  Idaho Bureau of Homeland Security spokesman Robert Feeley says his agency hasn't been notified of any credible threats. However, he says that the bureau's director, Brigadier General William Shawver, and Idaho State Police Director Col. Jerry Russell met with Otter's office to determine what action, if any, the state is going to take in response to bin Laden's death.      Feeley says his bureau wants to remind Idaho residents that as always, people need to be aware of their surroundings and anyone who notices anything out of the ordinary should contact local law enforcement.