“Helping to find someone near you”

Established in 1987 by the Bucks County Council Emergency Planning Officer, BSAR (Bucks Search and Rescue)  provides a pool of volunteers, trained in emergency procedures and First Aid, ready to assist the full time emergency services in the event of a major incident.

Mission Statement

To relieve suffering by providing specialist volunteers, trained to search and recover missing vulnerable people, working alongside and at the specific request of Thames Valley Police, and assisting other Lowland rescue organisations when needed.  To provide trained First Aid and specialist Search and Rescue volunteers to the County Emergency Resilience department during times of flood or other disasters effecting our communities.

Today BSAR’s main role is to assist Thames Valley Police with missing person searches; ready to respond 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

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Any “last minute” shoppers out there. Please consider supporting BSAR without costing you a penny. t.co/YZRCzZhUDS

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Please share for Thames Valley Police. Ugne is missing from Aylesbury. t.co/YPBdyYYMqw

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Bucks Search and Rescue will be at Amersham Christmas Festival tomorrow, outside St Michael and All Angels Church f… t.co/ofjuxyOvCQ

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Interesting reading on the scale of missing person cases. We would like to add the Bucks Search and Rescue, make… t.co/Y2dXpOvUjQ