Service Area
Oswego County and surrounding areas. Willing to go anywhere
  Contact Oswego County 911 Center at (800) 962-4433 or (315) 349-8501
  Two Certified Visual Trackers. Grid teams. Eight (8) DEC Team Leaders. Members are DEC trained and competent in Search Procedures, Map & Compass, Land Navigation, and GPS. All members are certified Project Lifesaver Operators
  All Equipment necessary to carry out search: string, flagging, flashlights. One 12 foot Jon Boat, Polaris 6x6 Ranger ATV in trailer,(2) Project Lifesaver Receiver units, Hand-held thermal imaging unit; multiple GPS's, 7'x14' heated communications and command trailer. 1KW and 5KW Generators. Crew Cab GMC Sierra, 4WD with cap.
  Twelve (12) handheld VHF P25 radios. Four mobile (4) VHF P25 Radios. Mobile and Portable Motorola Trunked UHF radios for Regional Communications System.  Trailer Communications include high and low band, Motorola UHF Trunking, UHF conventional, 2M and 70cm Amateur, MarineVHF, CB, Verizon MIFI with hotspot, GPS. .
  Four (4) EMT-D's. All members trained in Wilderness First Aid. One BLS First Aid Field Pack. AED. One Oxygen tank. Two (2) stokes stretcher: wire mesh and fiberglass. Skedco SKED rescue system, Trail litter carrier, Scoop Stretcher, backboards.
  Members are trained to Awareness level for tech rescue. Three members certified in Ice Rescue. Access to equipment.
  All Topos of Oswego County and most of NYS. Specialized maps of local parks and hunting clubs. Fixed and Portable PC with MapTech Terrain Navigator Pro installed.  Portable and fixed printers.Wide format (24 inch) color printer.
Contact Information
Roger Fox
(315) 625-7266 (315) 427-2079
Scott Morehouse
Asst. Director
Debbie Palm