non-profit, all -volunteer organization

SALT LAKE COUNTY SHERIFF's SEARCH AND RESCUE TEam

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 Emergency???

In the event of an emergency, dial 911

For a Search and Rescue Emergency – Call 9-1-1 Non-Emergency Dispatch: (801) 743-7000

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Upcoming Events

Mountain Rescue Association’s Spring Conference 2024 in

Salt Lake City

The MRA Spring Conference is coming to Salt Lake City, Utah June 5-9, 2024. We welcome you to join us for North America’s premier conference for search and rescue education, mountain rescue research, and the latest technology and rescue equipment. As the only National conference focused on wilderness and volunteer search and rescue, this conference brings SAR technicians and government officials from across the country and the world. Join us for learning, field exercises, demonstrations, and camaraderie.

  • Meals included
  • Six Classes 
  • Exclusive Location

Bring your team

Spring MRA Conference 2024 in Salt Lake City

North America’s premier conference for search and rescue education, mountain rescue research, and the latest technology and rescue equipment.

Services

What We Can Do For You

The Team is responsible for all search and rescue missions within Salt Lake County. It also provides mutual aid to other counties. The team is designated as an emergency medical services provider by the state of Utah. All services are provided free of charge.

Preventative Search and Rescue – PSAR

SLCOSAR members conduct many PSAR events throughout the year all over the valley.

Outdoor Safety Tips

SLCOSAR Team encourages everyone to be prepared when they venture into the outdoors.

Frequently Asked questions

Do I have what it takes to join the team?

We’re a volunteer group. Not everyone can make it to every call. Some members of our team have flexible work schedules or understanding employers. Others don’t. If you’re available to go to a rescue, you go. If you’re not, you don’t. We do have minimum attendance requirements to make sure that our members stay well trained and ready for rescues, but we also understand that members have other commitments and obligations in their lives.

Contact US

Salt lake county sheriff's Search And Rescue

3510 South 700 West Salt Lake City, Utah 84119

+(385) 468-9552

(385) 468-9551 (Fax)

support@slcosar.org