Volunteers must complete an application to be returned to the Sheriff's Office. 

About Search and Rescue

Rescue services are provided by Special Operations personnel. This includes land, water, ice and high-angle rescue. The unit oversees the all-volunteer Search and Rescue unit. Search and Rescue members are highly dedicated, attending 40 training sessions a year. They are called out on average 30 times a year. The unit is also equipped with a fully certified and trained bomb tracking dog.

Search and Rescue members assist in the search for lost hunters, hikers, and snowmobilers as well as providing security and first aid at special events.