"...That Others May Live", Est. 1993
Organized in 1993, Travis County Search and Rescue (TCSAR) is a first responder organization based in Austin, Texas comprised of highly-trained professional volunteers dedicated to providing search & rescue (SAR) services to law enforcement agencies in times of need.
TCSAR services are available to requesting law enforcement agencies on short notice 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to manage or assist in the location, initial treatment, and extraction of missing persons. TCSAR provides a mission-ready search and rescue unit with extensive capabilities.
These services are provided at no cost to the requesting agency. TCSAR is a 100% volunteer organization of unpaid professionals with a strong sense of civic duty and responsibility.
Note: Travis County Search and Rescue (TCSAR) can not respond to civilian requests for missing persons missions. If you are not a law enforcement or official government agency, you must contact your local law enforcement or call 911 to report all missing persons. TCSAR can and will respond to your local law enforcement's official request.
For a more complete listing of TCSAR's latest news, proceed to the team's News Page.
|New Website Launches!||Author: KC Grimes|
This first article marks the launch of the new website for Travis County Search and Rescue. Stay tuned over the next few days for addition content all throughout the website!