These things we do, so that others may live.

 

Fremont Search and Rescue, Inc. is a non-profit volunteer organization that is dispatched through the Fremont County, Colorado Sheriff's Office.

Fremont Search and Rescue provides its services to the entire county rendering emergency aid to all, 24 hours a day, whenever needed.

Its membership consists of professionally trained technical rope rescue and swiftwater rescue technicians, emergency medical technicians and first responders, as well as technical search and rescue management personnel.

Fremont Search and Rescue members give freely of their own time and money in order to acquire the life-saving skills and knowledge required to provide safe and successful search and rescue operations.

**As a resource to the citizens of Fremont County, Fremont Search and Rescue NEVER CHARGES for our services.

If you or someone you know needs our help, please call 9-1-1 immediately.

Time is critical in any rescue, and delaying your call for help might result in a more dangerous mission, or an unsuccessful rescue.

Also, Fremont Search and Rescue does not charge for call-outs or missions. Our members volunteer their time to FSAR because of their dedication and love for our community.

In the State of Colorado, Search & Rescue is the responsibility of each County Sheriff. Fremont Search & Rescue, Inc is a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation and we offer ourselves as a resource to the Sheriff's Office and any other local agency that need us for Search & Rescue purposes.

FSAR News & Updates

NEXT GENERAL MEETING

2nd Tuesday
of Every Month,
6:30pm,
Sheriff's Office
Basement Training
Room
Visitors Welcomed!

TRAINING

2nd Saturday
of Every Month,
8:00am,
Meet at Sheriff's Office


FSAR Member Volunteer Hours:

2014:   747 hrs thru 3-28

2013:   7,036 hrs

2012: 8,147 hrs

2011:  7,312.25 hrs

2010:   5,067.75 hrs

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