Applicants for Search and Rescue Membership must meet the following minimum qualifications.
– (A) 18 years of age
– (B) High School Diploma or equivalent (GED)
– (C) Resident of Summit County .
– (D) Possess a valid Utah Drivers License
– (E) U.S. Citizenship
– (F) Never convicted of any felony, or misdemeanor involving violence or substance abuse.
– (G) Pass a physical, or certification of good physical condition, from a qualified private physician.
– (H) Not suffering from any mental illness that would impair normal reason and judgment.
– (I) Complete NIMS IS100.b on line and provide a copy of the certificate of completion. FEMA
- (J) Must submit a FBI Identity History Summary Check with the application.
The Identity History Summary Check may be obtained at: https://www.fbi.gov/about-us/cjis/identity-history-summary-checks
- (K) Upon submission of the application, all applicants for Search & Rescue membership shall be required to undergo a chemical screen test to determine the presence of chemical substances in the body. This test will be scheduled, and paid for by Summit County.
*Please Note: Although Summit County Search and Rescue accepts applications for membership throughout the year, new member interviews and training are only conducted once yearly in January.
*All Summit County Search and Rescue Members serve at the discretion and pleasure of the Summit County Sheriff.
If you are interested in becoming a member of the Search and Rescue team please fill out an application and return it to:
Summit County Sheriff’s Office
Attention Lieutenant Alan Siddoway
6300 Justice Center Road
Park City, UT 84098
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