Midshires Search and Rescue (MSAR)
– the Lowland Search and Rescue organisation for the counties of Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire
We are an organisation of trained volunteers who can be called out by the Police to search for missing and vulnerable people.
We can be called to assist other Lowland search teams in major incidents in neighbouring areas, and we are also able to assist in civil emergency situations.
We may be mobilised at short notice to search for a missing person in woodland, quarries, watercourses, nature reserves, farmland, towns and villages. Operating in all weathers, 24/7, 365 days a year, our search teams can save lives. Families and friends of missing people appreciate that a group of specialist volunteers have been ready and able to give their time to search for their loved one.
Want To Help?
We are always looking for new members, and welcome interest from anyone who would like to help either as a search volunteer, or in a support role.
Also, as a registered charity, MSAR depends solely on grants, sponsorship and public donations to fund:
- running costs
- purchase of sometimes expensive specialist search and rescue equipment
Midshires Search and Rescue is a member of the Association of Lowland Search and Rescue ALSAR (in new window)