Rampart search and rescue has responded to Adams County's emergencies since 1999. Over the past 20 years we have responded to: Hurricane Katrina, tornados in eastern Colorado, floods, homicides, drownings, those with Alzheimer's and Dementia, missing adults and children, evidence searches, cadaver searches, stranded motorists on I-70 east of Denver when shut down due to blizzards, and the list keeps getting longer..
We have several internal teams: K9 search dogs, 4x4, Drone, Dive and Bike. We average 60 to 90 searches a year. We have also responded to non traditional search and rescue requests over the years. We're now serving Lincoln county here in Colorado.
The members of the team are unpaid volunteers from the community. We accept applications year-round for both Adult and our Cadet program (10 - 20 years old).
For those in school that need volunteer hours for graduation can help us (as cadets) and all hours: trainings, meetings and helping at events such as the county fair... can be use towards your volunteer hours. Please contact us for more information.