Support DCSAR on Colorado Gives Day – Tue., Dec. 10! Colorado’s largest day of giving, Colorado Gives Day, is taking place on Tuesday, December 10, 2019. Your donation to DCSAR helps us continue our mission of finding lost kids, at-risk adults, and injured hikers and climbers. This year, your tax-deductible donation can help us with a critical need – finding a replacement for one of our command posts. Our two command posts are nearly as old as we are (20 years!) and are barely road-worthy. Help us raise funds toward a new CP which, when properly outfitted, can cost nearly $100,000. The county doesn’t procure these vehicles for us, nor the funds to obtain them. Please help us so we are prepared to help others when the need arises. Thank you!

Safety, Leadership, and Commitment Since 1998

Douglas County Search and Rescue Team, Inc. (DCSAR) is a non-profit, all-volunteer team dedicated to providing search, rescue, emergency response, and outdoor safety education to the citizens of Douglas County, Colorado. The team also responds to requests for assistance from other search and rescue (SAR) teams in Colorado and around the United States.

DCSAR operates under the authority of the Douglas County Sheriff. Calls range from searches for missing persons in residential areas to rescues of those injured in the wilderness. DCSAR and the Douglas County Sheriff do not charge for search and rescue services.
Read more on this issue from the Colorado Search and Rescue Board.