non-profit, all -volunteer organizationSALT LAKE COUNTY SHERIFF's SEARCH AND RESCUE TEam
Our volunteers are expected to be ready to respond 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 365 days a year. Our team is made up of 37 men and women who live, work and recreate in the county.
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Our volunteers spend hundreds of hours honing their skills in all areas of rescue procedures including:
High Angle Rescue
Swift Water Rescue
Lost Person Search
Wilderness Emergency Medicine and Patient Evacuation
Backcountry Skiing and Snowmobile Rescue
Public Outreach And Awareness
Salt Lake County Search and Rescue
Salt Lake County Search and Rescue respond to around 75 incidents per year. The member volunteers spend around 10,000 hours per year on rescues and trainings saving the citizens of Salt Lake County hundreds of thousands of dollars while maintaining required certifications and supporting and educating the public about safety. SAR volunteers risk personal safety to rescue and save lives proving to be the epitome of selfless service to the community. The SAR team hosts and instructed a basic Rock Rescue class every Spring for Search and Rescue agencies throughout the state. Team members have traveled to other states to instruct, train and gain valuable certifications and knowledge to benefit the safe rescue and recovery efforts to the citizens and visitors of Salt Lake County. The team members receive no monetary compensation for their personal expertise, knowledge, equipment, and transportation to and from these events. During the summer months and some weekends, the team sometimes respond to as many as three rescues a day. Some responses last throughout the night and into the next day. These devoted and dedicated volunteers take time out of their work schedules, family life and personal time to ensure the citizens of Salt Lake County are protected and saved when the calls for help come in.
The Search and Rescue Team has been the subject of many news stories by local news agencies which has brought very positive light to the Office of the Sheriff. One of their rescues was even part of the Super Bowl Lll Commercial.
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In the event of an emergency, dial 911
For a Search and Rescue Emergency – Call 9-1-1
Non-Emergency Dispatch: (801) 840-4000