Run … hide … fight


Sidney Police Officer Mike McRill recently spoke at the Sidney Apostolic Temple about what to do in the event of a active shooter, not just in a church but wherever you might be. Three items he focused on was “run,” “hide” and “fight.” He said you should never be afraid to bust a window out to get out if needed and that you can always bust the window in the bottom corner and it will break.

Sidney Police Officer Mike McRill recently spoke at the Sidney Apostolic Temple about what to do in the event of a active shooter, not just in a church but wherever you might be. Three items he focused on was “run,” “hide” and “fight.” He said you should never be afraid to bust a window out to get out if needed and that you can always bust the window in the bottom corner and it will break.


Amy Chupp | Sidney Daily News

Sidney Police Officer Mike McRill recently spoke at the Sidney Apostolic Temple about what to do in the event of a active shooter, not just in a church but wherever you might be. Three items he focused on was “run,” “hide” and “fight.” He said you should never be afraid to bust a window out to get out if needed and that you can always bust the window in the bottom corner and it will break.

Sidney Police Officer Mike McRill recently spoke at the Sidney Apostolic Temple about what to do in the event of a active shooter, not just in a church but wherever you might be. Three items he focused on was “run,” “hide” and “fight.” He said you should never be afraid to bust a window out to get out if needed and that you can always bust the window in the bottom corner and it will break.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2018/03/web1_McRillActiveShooter.jpgSidney Police Officer Mike McRill recently spoke at the Sidney Apostolic Temple about what to do in the event of a active shooter, not just in a church but wherever you might be. Three items he focused on was “run,” “hide” and “fight.” He said you should never be afraid to bust a window out to get out if needed and that you can always bust the window in the bottom corner and it will break. Amy Chupp | Sidney Daily News