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Posted on: November 29, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Lehman High School Hostile Incident Training Exercise Planned

Sidney Police 1820

On Tuesday, December 6, 2022, there will be a unified hostile incident full scale training exercise at Lehman High School from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. 

The exercise is in compliance with the training curriculum of Lehman High School and will involve an actor playing as an active shooter inside of the school.  First responders participating in the exercise will be responding to the school from a staging area near the campus.  There will be live radio transmissions to the Sidney Police Dispatch Center via an alternate Sidney Police channel. Lehman’s campus will be closed to the public during the exercise.  Agencies participating in the exercise are as follows:

  • Sidney Police
  • Sidney Fire
  • Shelby County Sheriffs
  • Ohio Highway Patrol
  • Anna Police
  • Botkins Police
  • Emergency Management Association
  • Wilson Health.  

Lehman High School staff and student volunteers will also be participating as players / actors in the exercise.

This exercise will be conducted so that Lehman students, staff, and local first responders can be as efficient and effective as possible in responding to an active threat at the Lehman campus.  

Sidney Police Department will be running the exercise.  Sgt Lorenzo is the point of contact and can be emailed any questions at

Sgt Jeremy M. Lorenzo

Patrol Supervisor     

Sidney Police Department


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