Tri-County Activated for Search in Rockport Area

Tri-County was activated in the evening of Wednesday, December 22, to assist RCMP District 4 locate a lost trapper in the Rockport area. The trapper had become lost while checking his line, and called family to indicate he was lost and cold.  RCMP PDS responded and Tri-County was activated. Fortunately, the subject was quickly located, hypothermic, but in otherwise good condition.

See the RCMP press release at: http://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/nb/news-nouvelles/releases-communiques/Dec2310_103706-eng.htm

 

 

Call-Out Qualified Members

 

Pictured here are the graduates from the recent Call-Out Qualified training program. The Call-Out Qualified day is comprised of a classroom session, and field components covering compass, pace count, flagging, whistle use, hip chain, basic GPS, radio usage, clue detection, shelter/fire making and a nighttime navigation through the bush. They are now ready to start searching.

Tri-County Activated for search at Wallace Road

Tri-County has been busy with several callouts over the past couple of weeks,  one of which is still yet unresolved.  The search involving  74 year old who went missing in Nowlanville has been scaled back, however the RCMP are requesting the public's assistance  in locating him. For further details please visit the RCMP web site at:  http://www.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/nb/news-nouvelles/releases-communiques/Sep2710_153624-eng.htm

 Pictured here team members are debriefed by the RCMP.

2010 Fundraiser

2010-09-07 Pictured here, Duane Miller at one of the NB Liquor stores during the fundraiser.

Congratulations to all who contributed to this year's fundraiser and especially to Eldon Gilmore who organised the event.  It could not have been made possible without all the dedicated members who gave their time and energy on behalf of the team. Also, a very big thank you to the people of New Brunswick for their generous contributions as well to NB Liquor for providing us the use of their front entrances.

Clue Awareness

TCGSAR's Training Officer Duane Miller provides a briefing on a Clue Awareness exercise that took place on Saturday July 24, 2010. This orientation helps give members a better understanding of the techniques needed to detect clues in different environments.

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