“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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You may have seen us on the front page of the Bucks Free Press today. You can come and talk to us in real life right now! Our recruitment stand is up and running at Tesco Amersham ... See MoreSee Less

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We had the best of Lowland Rescue operating yesterday evening through to the early hours of this morning. A truly impressive response with many skilled people and a wide variety of resources deployed quickly and effectively for a high risk missing person search.

We are genuinely grateful for the assistance of Search Dogs Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire Lowland Search and Rescue and Berkshire Lowland Search & Rescue - BLSAR, working closely with our team and the South Central Ambulance Service, Buckinghamshire Fire & Rescue Service, the National Rail response team, the British Transport Police, Thames Valley Police and the National Police Air Service.
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4 days ago

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Have you seen Joseph Arthur, who is missing from High Wycombe?

Officers are appealing for your help in tracing Joseph Arthur, aged 81,who was last seen in the Spade Oak public house in Coldmoorholme Lane, Bourne End, at around 4.30pm to 5pm today.

Mr Arthur is white, slim, approximately 5ft 8ins to 5ft 10ins, has grey hair, blue/grey eyes and a pale complexion.

Officers are carrying out search activity in the area and working alongside other emergency services and the National Police Air Service helicopter to attempt to locate him. It is believed he may still be in the Bourne End area.

Please read and share our appeal for information:

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If you see him or have any information please call our 24-hour enquiry centre on 101, quoting URN 1192 16/4.
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An urgent appeal from the NHS Blood Donation service has come to our attention via South Central Ambulance Service… t.co/o8zJgfe6La

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More great advice from the fabulous people in Beds & Cambs 4x4 Response 👍 t.co/zLIAi2xBlR