BCSO-SAR responds to an average of 25 calls for assistance each year. These calls range in severity from missing adults and children, to the search for evidence, and for service in times of disaster. Because of the wide variety of member training, the Unit is a valuable resource for the communities within Bay and the surrounding Counties.
We are currently taking applications for new members.
There is no prior training/experience needed to be a member. Just a willingness to learn and follow directions given by BCSO and BCSO-SAR supervisors. Past SAR, military and law enforcement experience is a plus.
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Several links to some free online first aid courses have been posted in the Training Material’s First Aid section of the BCSO-SAR. The material is not endorsed by BCSO-SAR, just being referenced for your “personal enrichment.”
FOR ALL ACTIVE/CURRENT MEMBERS: Please update your contact information that we have on file. CLICK HERE to begin. Thanks!!
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BCSO-SAR is a member of the Northwest Florida Child Abduction Response Team (CART). We are one of only 23 CART teams certified by the Department of Justice nationwide, and only 6 in Florida.