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How to Contact TSSAR
Written by Steve Schmidt   
Thursday, 02 January 2014

 

Please call our phone number : 513 549-4727

This phone number will ring the officers with in TSSAR cell phones. If we do not pick up, please leave a voice mail and a phone number. We will return your call.

 

You may also Contact  us thru e-mail also, but allow for a slower response.

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We are still an Active SAR team in the area and we would love to assist you if we can. We are a volunteer team and we are based out of Cincinnati Ohio.

 

Please look around the site for more info about our team.  Thank You.

Last Updated ( Thursday, 02 January 2014 )
 
How do I join TSSAR?
Written by Administrator   
Wednesday, 15 August 2007

     Do you feel rewarded when you serve others?  Do you enjoy the outdoors?  Does the idea of ‘Search and Rescue’ excite you?  If so, TSSAR might be a great fit for you! 

     Tri-State Search and Rescue is always on the lookout for people who match our passion for serving others.  There are many pieces to this large puzzle of an organization, and we’d love to have your talents and your passion added to the mix! We offer training to all team members in many different areas of Search and Rescue, including field basics, search concepts, scene management, dog team training, and more!  If you have a heart to serve and learn, we can train you!
 

The membership process is easy. Volunteering time for training and events can be hard enough, so we don't believe in creating anymore paperwork than we have to.

 Here are the steps for joining TSSAR:

  1. Contact TSSAR via e-mail, our forums,
  2. Acquire a membership application in person or download one here
  3. Submit application and yearly dues
  4. Probation lasts one year. In this time you gain training and function like a regular member, but you do not having voting privileges for the election of officers.
  5. After the one year probation period a quick vote is held for full membership.


And that's it!

If you’d like more information about TSSAR, or if you’d like directions to our team meetings, please contact Jessica, our Recruiting Representative.  You can reach her via email at This email address is being protected from spam bots, you need Javascript enabled to view it  

 

Contact Phone Number:  513-549-4727

Please Call for a quick response.

Last Updated ( Thursday, 02 January 2014 )
 
Who\What is TSSAR
Written by Administrator   
Wednesday, 21 August 2013

TSSAR is a registered 501c3 nonprofit volunteer search and rescue organization.

All of TSSAR's members maintain a level of training including at least the following: first aid\cpr, CERT (fema), ICS 100  200  700  800 and either Sartech II or III via NASAR standards.

 Some members choose to attain additional certifications. Also, we have a number of Firefighter\EMTs in our group.

TSSAR is funded primarily by private donations and secondarily by grants. 

 

TSSAR is based out of Cincinnati Ohio, most members live on the west side of Cincinnati. (Colerain Township area)

 

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 21 August 2013 )
 
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