ORIENTATION DATES - NOW RECRUITING NEW MEMBERS

Pierce County Search and Rescue is NOW RECRUITING NEW MEMBERS!  Youth & Adult Age 14+
Choose read more for dates or check out our calendar here.

Attend an Orientation to learn about what is involved to volunteer with Pierce County Explorer Search and Rescue.  Learn about missions we respond to, training, equipment needs, prerequisites and more!

9/11 @7pm: Bonney Lake Library - 18501 90th St E
9/17 @7pm: Gig Harbor Library - 4424 Point Fosdick Drive N.W.
9/19 @7pm: Tacoma Police Dept - 3701 S Pine St
9/26 @7:15pm: South Hill Library - 15420 Meridian E
10/2 @7pm: Graham Library - 9202 224th St E
10/7 @7pm: Parkland/Spanaway Library -13718 Pacific Ave S
10/14 @7pm: Puyallup Public Library - 324 S Meridian
10/23 @7pm: Sumner Library - 1116 Fryar Ave
*Locations Added*
10/28 @7pm: Lakewood Library - 6300 Wildaire Rd SW
10/30 @7pm: Eatonville Library - 205 Center St W


Our mission as volunteers is to assist law enforcement in the search for missing persons in urban & wilderness settings, natural disasters, recovery of evidence, & evacuation of the injured.

Training consists of navigation, map, compass, orienteering, search techniques, survival training, GPS, radio communications, First Aid in a SAR and wilderness scenario, and more.
We offer optional extended training on winter travel, winter shelters, low angle rope rescue, and helicopter safety.

Check out our training and course dates here.