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Fri, 30 Jun 17

High risk vulnerable 14 yr old male. Missing since 5 o'clock Dogs stood down on route as misper found by police out of area

Mon, 26 Jun 17

Depressed Male. Car found near Grindleford station
Callout 01:00
Misper made himself known to police, and the callout was stood down at 03:30

Mon, 12 Jun 17

A car belonging to a missing potential despondent was located at Minions car park. The area was moorland with mines and quarries. The team covered a large area of the moor. The missing person made themselves known to authorities, rescuers were soon on the scene and after assessing the medical situation assisted them to an ambulance at the car park.

Puppies!

Everyone loves puppies, and here at SARDA England we are no exception! This weekend sees two regional training courses running, one down in Bodmin, and one up in Carlton in Cleveland, with handlers and...

Wed, 24 May 17

A walker on the 3 peaks walk reported seeing and hearing a person in distress while ascending Ingleborough. The person was allegedly on the limestone pavement near Braithwaite Wife Hole. Search dogs Glen and Angus plus Andy Colau and Belle were deployed to search the area where it was thought the person in distress had been sighted. Nothing was found and in the absence of any other information, the search was called off.

Thu, 18 May 17

Dog teams tasked to search small wooded areas and open fields
Two search dog teams had completed areas and were being re tasked when a search party located the missing person safe and well out of search dog areas

Sun, 30 Apr 17

Dog team tasked to search wooded area and open moor
Second area tasked to search stream bed with thick woodland
As we were deploying into the area to search the stream with the dog as team members were unable to search this as it was too thick we found the missing person this was not a dog find but a dog team and navigator found the missing person safe and well

Mountain Paws Donation

Last weekend saw the distribution of a range of products donated by Mountain Paws to our handlers.