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Long Island Search and Rescue

                                 "These things we do ...

                                              that others may live"

Law enforcement and all Emergency Service Agencies in need of immediate Search and Rescue support please call 631-478-2224 or 631-482-6830.

Long Island Search and Rescue, is a 501(c)(3)not-for-profit organization dedicated to 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 accredited agency. Our primary service areas are Suffolk and Nassau counties as well as New York State, although we may respond elsewhere if needed and requested.

Donations are always needed. Please help us continue to serve the community.

All donations are tax deductible.

Tax exempt info here

Interested in Joining?

We are always looking for new members.

Fill out the Pre-App by clicking the link below. Someone will contact you within 48 hrs.


Members Only Pages

Volunteer Long Island Search and Rescue members can find important information and upcoming trainings times and locations here.

LISAR members click here to log in

Call-out Contact Info

Availability 24 hrs/7 days a week

Team Leader_ Heidi Hajek (631)478-2224

email: [email protected]

Team Manager_ Carla Soevyn (631)882-6826

email: [email protected]

We do not Search for Missing Pets

Long Island Search and Rescue does not have any resources available for looking for pets; However we have put together some information to help you and your family if your pet does go missing. If your family pet is missing please click here.

From May 31, 2013 Newsday, page A29: