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The Rampart Search and Rescue cadet program offers young men and women insight into the field of public safety and the opportunity to volunteer in their community. Rampart Search and Rescue cadets are between the ages of 10 and 20. Our cadets receive basic search and rescue training, volunteer for community events that Rampart Search and Rescue is involved in throughout the year. Our cadet program follows the Civil Air Patrol model, older the cadet, the more responsibility for the cadet.
There are no dues to be a cadet with Rampart Search and Rescue.
We promote integrity, excellence and respect, as well as teamwork and leadership . Our goal with the cadet program is to not only give students hard skills that will help them stay safe and rescue others, but also to ensure that participants understand how public safety agencies work, give respect to others and stay safe.
Advancement to Cadet Caption, Sargent, team lead, mission coordinator and list goes on. Cadets can help in many areas of search and rescue, can ride shotgun when searching by vehicle, help run radios, navigate, etc., help in the command post, operate computers, keeping track on field search personal by radios when they are deployed. We have a lot of needs and there is never a slow time of year. Every year we need extra help during the county fair the first week of August.
Do you need community hours for school?
All volunteering with RASR can be used towards your graduation community volunteer hours!
Meetings and Training :
Team meetings on the third Wednesday of each month (6:30 to 8:30 p.m.).
Most trainings are on the following Saturday (9 a.m. to 12 noon) of each month.
Location for both: 4201 East 72nd Ave, Commence City (just off I-76 and 74th Ave) second floor.
Cadets are expected to attend all meetings and trainings. However, we know that school and family events come first and if you cannot attend, you just need to let us know ahead of time (if possible).
Please view our website for more Info: www.rampartsar.com
Our application is located on the membership page towards the bottom.
P.O. Box 33336, Northglenn, CO 80233, US
The Mission of Rampart Search and Rescue is to provide a wide range of programs designed to protect the lives and property of the inhabitants of Colorado from adverse effects of sudden exposure to dangerous conditions created by either man or nature. Rampart Search and Rescue is a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation that provides rural and urban search & rescue on a county level. Rampart works closely with the Sheriff's Office, local Police Departments and County Office of Emergency Management to fulfill several statutory responsibilities regarding search and rescue under the County Sheriff...
Rampart Search and Rescue maintains a team of highly trained volunteers in search and rescue, who are available 24/7 to assist local authorities in; weather monitoring, tornado spotting, locating lost persons, locating stranded motorist in severe weather, public outreach safety programs and using additional or specialized equipment and resources within the team (K9 search dogs, Bike, Drone and 4x4). The members, serve in a variety of roles while working towards a single goal - saving lives.
We'll work with your schedule.
P.O. Box 33336Northglenn, CO 80233
March 14, 2020