Rampart Search and Rescue
also specialize in Canine (K-9) search and
requests, our K-9s search dogs are highly trained
and ready to respond 24/7.
dogs are available to any Law Enforcement agency,
regardless of location.
Rampart search and rescue search dogs respond to any
agency's request in Adams County for search and
rescue (SAR) incidents. We are training our search
dogs year round (weekly) to respond on calls related
to missing and/or lost people in the county's
urban and suburban areas and for mutual
aid in "mountain" country. We train our dogs for
trailing, tracking, air scenting, cadaver and water
searches across Colorado to assist in searches for
lost people. They know that when our rescue dog(s)
locates a lost person, the life-saving skills of
human searchers are always close at hand.
Our dog handlers are trained in backcountry travel
including map and compass, global positioning system
(GPS) use, summer survival, winter survival, man
tracking, and search and rescue operations.
Rampart search and rescue
dog handlers are also trained in emergency medicine.
All members can provide immediate life support to
injured victims. Skills range in wilderness
emergency medicine to basic life support.
Experienced Rampart search
and rescue dog handlers are willing to fill a need
during searches in the backcountry, urban, rivers
and lakes by request from law enforcement.
Rampart search and rescue K9
Division offers a full range of rescue dogs. Our
dogs are currently training to meet F.E.M.A.
certification standards. We offer tracking,
area search, scent, article search, and cadaver.
We are currently on the Adams County Coroner's
Office list of agencies for call outs, as we do with
all agencies in Adams County, Colorado.
One part of
Rampart search and rescue's K9 Division is to
educate the public about our search and rescue dogs.
Dave Bell (seen here
seated in the white shirt) our K9 team leader is
here talking about how our K9 dogs work in the
field. There are several breads that do work well
for search and rescue and some that do not.
We have been call upon
several time to provide cadaver dogs. For an example
- The Adams County Coroner's Office called us out
this past summer looking for possible remains. Our
bloodhound found what they (the CSI team) was
looking for in about 20 minutes after being
Rampart search and rescue is not a
training depot for those wishing to train their
If you are truly wishing to get involved and
volunteer with Rampart and meet our standards,
weekly K-9 training sessions and training with us to
National Association for Search and Rescue (NASAR)
level of SAR techs standards. You must first be a
full member for one year, then you are welcome to
put in a application for the K-9 team.
Search and Rescue of Adams, Lincoln and Morgan counties in Colorado.
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