Search & Rescue currently accepting applicationsMesa County, Colorado—The Mesa County Search and Rescue Ground Team is currently accepting applications for new members. All prospective members must first complete an application. Applications can be picked up at the front counter of the Sheriff’s Office during business hours or printed off our website. Please note, anyone interested in becoming a new member must pass a background check and will have to go through an interview process. The deadline for turning in applications is Tuesday, December 31, 2013.
Completed applications can be returned to--Email: Bernice at... Bernice.Stogsdill@MesaCounty.us (subject line: SARC Application);
or, dropped off at the front counter of the Sheriff's Office, Attention: Bernice
The front counter at the Sheriff's Office is open Monday through Friday (holidays excluded), from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., located at 215 Rice Street, Grand Junction;
or, snail mail your completed application to:
Mesa County Sheriff's Office
215 Rice Street
Grand Junction, CO 81501
(Make sure we receive it by Dec. 31st.)
Prospective members should be outdoor enthusiasts with a high level of physical fitness and have the ability and willingness to walk many miles through rugged terrain while carrying a heavy pack.
The training class is a 10 week course, beginning Thursday, February 06, 2014. Training topics include search methods, land navigation skills, personal survival and rescue techniques. The classes will be held Thursday evenings and every other Saturday morning. Prospective members are required to attend all classes to become a new member and ongoing trainings are mandatory to attend.
For more information, questions or inquiries, please contact Doug Sieckert by calling (970) 234-0763 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org