SEASAR, established in 1999, at the request of the Redcliff RCMP, is a non-profit, volunteer-based association devoted to the safety and well-being of the region. SEASAR responds to the Medicine Hat Police Service, The City of Medicine Hat, RCMP detachments, and regional municipalities including Cypress County & Conservation Officers when support is required searching for lost or missing people, seeking evidence related to investigations, or assisting with disaster management.
In achieving this mission, SEASAR volunteers have maintained operational readiness every hour of every day since 1999. The team of 50 volunteers provided over 6,000 hours of service last year alone. It takes a strong team to stay ready, conduct training, do administration, and fundraise to support operations
SEASAR is governed by a volunteer board consisting of a President, Vice-President, Treasurer, Secretary, and directors elected from among the members.
President: Morgan Tory
Vice-President: Mark Keller
Treasurer: Denise Thiessen
Secretary: Stephanie Lindstedt
Directors: Stu Metcalfe, Becci Rose, Anthony Zorn, Dan Vas, Stuart Simmons
Resources are managed carefully. The Association's planned operating
expenses each year are about $18,000.
#8, 1 Airport Drive SW
Alberta, T1A 5G4