While you are watching the football game at Mosaic Stadium Sunday night, know there are many watching the crowd making sure no problems happen.
As is the case at most stadiums across North America, there is a security command centre in place with many inside watching a variety of things to make sure the fan experience is not hampered in any way while keeping them safe.
There is also an evacuation plan in place should something happen where fans need to get out of the building.
Security director Rod Buckingham says that plan involves other buildings near the stadium including the Lawson Aquatic Centre, the Co-Operators Centre, Eventplex and perhaps the Brandt Centre.
The command centre has many different groups inside it for Rider games including Regina police, fire, an incident management co-ordinator, a security text monitor and a meteorologist who can let everyone know if the game should be stopped and people to leave their seats because of severe weather.