Long Island Search and Rescue
Long Island Search and Rescue was established in 2006. We are an all volunteer non-profit organization serving fire, rescue, emergency management, and law enforcement agencies in New York,the surrounding states and throughout the United States by special arrangement with the requesting agency. As a public service, we provide certified Search and Rescue teams and highly trained and experienced search dog and handler teams to search, locate and assist with the rescue or recovery of lost, missing or incapacitated persons upon the request of any official agency. We work day or night, under any and all terrain or conditions where dogs can safely operate. We also provide SAR training for fellow rescue workers and preventive search and rescue programs for schools and civic groups.
Who we are, what we do, and how can we may be an asset to your organization:
Brookhaven Technical Rescue Task Force
Long Island Search and Rescue is proud to announce our affiliation with the Brookhaven Technical Rescue Task Force.
The Brookhaven Technical Rescue Task Force is comprised of at least 10 fire departments and has a membership of more than 100 men and women. The Task Force is trained and equipped to handle not only Confined Space Rescues, but also High Angle Rope Rescue, Trench Collapse Rescue and Emergency Shoring, Vehicle and Machinery Extrication, Water and Ice Rescue, Building Collapse Rescue, Emergency Shoring and Wilderness Search. The Task force meets both NFPA 1670/1006 (Standard on Operating and training for technical search and rescue incidents). The Task Force agencies train multiple times monthly and as a Task Force at least 10 times annually