The only constant is change, and that is true about the BCSARA board members. The Board would like to congratulate Deputy Chief Constable Dave Schmirler on his upcoming retirement from the Abbotsford Police Department and subsequently as the BC Association of Municipal Police Chiefs representative to our Board. Deputy Chief Schmirler has served on our …
At the end of each year, many people and businesses extend their generosity or look to improve their tax situation by donating to various causes and charities. We would like to take the time to remind everyone not one of the 80 recognized ground search and rescue (GSAR) groups, the volunteer air (EMBC Air) groups, or …
BCSARA inviting proposals for the provision of assistance in establishing a Technical Rescue Committee/sub-committee
AdventureSmart winter 2017-18 public safety job opportunity!
Traveling in excess of 18,500kms and reaching 10,050 outdoor enthusiasts face-to-face, the Summer 2017 BC AdventureSmart Teams had an exceptional outreach season
BCSARA is pleased to announce the completion of the selection process for the supply of a Data Management System for Search and Rescue in British Columbia; the successful bidder is D4H Technologies.
BCSARA is pleased to announce that through funding from the Search and Rescue New Initiatives Fund (SAR-NIF) a new self rescue aid is being made available to Swiftwater Rescue Teams in B.C.
Silence on the other end of the line as the CARDA Instructor Coordinator pondered this common question, then launched into a speech that I’m sure she’s given thousands of times. “It’s a lot of work for both you and the dog” she started with.
Implementation of new Swiftwater standards Search and Rescue New Initiatives Fund Project Final Report
“The British Columbia Search and Rescue Association is extremely pleased to receive this additional funding on behalf of the 80 groups and 2,500 volunteers across the province”