Membership and Volunteer Opportunities for
K9 Search and Rescue
If you are interested in being a member of SAR 7
(Ventura County Sheriff's K9 Search and Rescue),
Please send us an email and express your interest.
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Or... are you just interested in volunteering your time to help
with training and community events. If this is more your interest, please download the Volunteer Application and send it back to the address below.
Please send all applications to:
Ventura County Sheriff's K9 Search & Rescue
5390 Gabbert Rd., Moorpark, CA 93021
You must be at least 21 years old and in good standing with the community. Because of the nature of Search and Rescue (SAR), each prospective member must pass a background check that is conducted by the Sheriff's Department. Good physical condition and the desire to learn and help others are also required. Familiarity with the back country is a strong asset as well as prior Search and Rescue experience.
Do Members Get Paid?
Search and Rescue members are strictly volunteer. Most members get permission from their employers to respond to Search and Rescue call outs. The satisfaction of finding and returning someone to their loved ones or rescuing someone in distress provides tremendous satisfaction for team members.