- Emergency Management
- Search and Rescue
Search and Rescue
Wyoming is a rural state which allows for its citizens to enjoy various outdoor related activities. At times, those activities can lead to emergency situations that involve searching for and rescuing members of the public. The Natrona County Sheriff’s Office Search and Rescue Program conducts these specialized operations by providing trained personnel and equipment in recovery of sick, injured, lost or deceased persons in austere, isolated, or other areas in Natrona County and other counties by request. Members of SAR may even assist in the recovery of property and evidence and assist investigations in areas inaccessible to other personnel.
The Search and Rescue program encourages and utilizes highly trained community volunteers who join together as a cohesive team. In hopes of augmenting and assisting the Natrona County Sheriff’s Office, and its internal Search and Rescue team. If you are interested in applying for Search and Rescue you are required to be a minimum of 18 years of age at time application, have been a resident of Natrona County for at least 1 year, and have not been convicted of a felony crime. Additionally, applicants are required to submit to, and pass, a drug screen. Upon acceptance, a Natrona County Search and Rescue team member’s status is subject to continued review.
Apply to be part of the Search and Rescue Team
Fill out the NCSAR Application (PDF) and submit to the Natrona County Sheriff’s Office, Emergency Management Division via email or mail to:
Natrona County Emergency Management
201 N. David St.
Casper, WY 82601
For More Information
For further information, or questions, about Search and Rescue in Natrona County you can call Natrona County Emergency Management office at 307-235-9205 or email us.