CSUN Says: Do you think Ohio State’s “Run, Hide, Fight” motto for active shooters is an effective solution?

This week, The Sundial asked students, “Do you think Ohio State’s “Run, Hide, Fight” motto for active shooters is an effective solution? Especially after their stabbing incident on campus last week. Does this motto apply to both active shooter and active stabbing situations?”

This can be related to the school stabbing that happened at USC this past Friday as well.

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  • Aric Mutchnick

    Run, Hide, Fight is essentially the Stop, Drop, and Roll of active attacker training. It is one, small part of a much wider scope that is needed to prepare for an event. Facilities and organizations must discuss how to actually manage an event. For those in any organization with liability and duty of care issues, there must be more comprehensive and site specific response elements. Focusing on the management of an event rather than individual response can lead to incredible findings on minimizing potential casualties and demonstrating elevated duty of care. There is a program called the Red Ball Drills which addresses this critical need and does it in a way that does not cause fear or panic.