Arapahoe Rescue Patrol, Inc.
The Arapahoe Rescue Patrol is a search and rescue team based in Arapahoe County, Colorado. Composed entirely of young adults currently in high school, the members of the Patrol have provided “free search, rescue, and emergency services for the citizens of Colorado’s front range and throughout all of Colorado since 1957.”
K-9 Search and Rescue Team, Inc.
Headquartered in Dolores, Colorado, K-9 Search and Rescue Team Inc. is non-profit 100% volunteer organization that is on-call 24-hours a day, 365 days a year, regardless of weather conditions or circumstances, to assist local, state, and federal agencies in the search for missing persons. In addition to our Colorado Division, we have divisions in Arizona and California, where Team members represent K-9 Search and Rescue Team Inc. The Team has been asked to respond to wilderness, water, snow, urban, evidence, homicide, aircraft, and disaster-type searches, providing assistance to 11 states all over the US including Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, Utah, Wyoming, Alaska, California, Idaho, and Texas.
Larimer County Search and Rescue, Inc.
We operate under the authority of the Larimer County Sheriff. By Colorado State statute, the County Sheriff is responsible for search and rescue (SAR). As a separate corporation, Larimer County Search and Rescue, Inc. has a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Larimer County Sheriff to provide search and rescue services to the county. We will also provide SAR resources to out of county and out of state agencies when requested through the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office Emergency Services Department.
Search Dog Network, Inc.
Our mission: to Train, Certify and Deploy professional Search Teams to locate lost and missing persons. We will gladly meet with your organization and brief you on general aspects of Canine Search & Rescue, our Team’s capabilities, and demonstrate our Canines’ capabilities. We partner with other resources in the Brazos Valley and maintain Memoranda of Agreements with other teams in the state.
If you know of another Search and Rescue (SAR) Resource, please contact us and tell us about it for possible inclusion in the Missing Person Guide.