Working for the community since 2000!
WILSAR is a member of The Association of Lowland Search and Rescue (ALSAR) – a voluntary organisation dedicated to assisting the emergency services in the search for missing persons.
A Search and Rescue volunteer is a person who, of their own free will, gives their time, effort and skill to lifesaving search and rescue operations without expectation of profit, and as part of an organisation recognised by the statutory authorities.
As of 2014 there are over 30 established and probationary units within ALSAR with approximately 1,500 trained Search Technicians. All units train to a common syllabus with many teams developing ideas and concepts unique to their geographical location.
We can offer positions for both operational members as well as support members for behind the scenes activities including promotion and fund raising.
Still interested? Take a look at our Frequently Asked Questions page.
WILSAR is a non-profit making organisation. We do not get funding from the government or local authority and rely on our own fundraising along with kind donations and sponsorship from the public and companies.