Every search for a lost, overdue or injured person is a response to an emergency situation. No matter how many or how few searchers and technical resources are available, every search is a challenge to the skills, experience and dedication of searchers. And every search is a mystery to be solved.

The mission of the Albany County Sheriff's Search and Rescue is to provide dedicated unpaid professionals who will bring with them the skills and experience to solve the search mystery. Each member will continue to develop in his or her desired area of discipline, teach other members their skills in support of the Search and Rescue Team in order to provide the most professional support to the search mission.

Welcome to Albany County Search and Rescue!

Albany County Sheriff's Search and Rescue operates under the authority of the Albany County Sheriff . We are all trained volunteers and our services are provided free of charge, but we rely heavily on your 501(c)(3) tax-deductible donations.  

Meetings are held the last Tuesday of every month with the exception of December.
Location: Albany County Commissioners Chambers.
Time: 7:00 PM


About Albany County Wyoming

Located in southeast Wyoming, Albany County consists of 4,309 square miles. The high plains with an elevation that rarely drops below 7000 feet is flanked with mountain ranges both east and west.   The Laramie Range to the east of the county is home to popular locations like Happy Jack Recreation Area and Vedauwoo. To the west lies the Snowy Range and Medicine Bow Peak towering above the plains at 12,013 feet. Both ranges are part of the Medicine Bow National Forest.

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Support ACSSAR

Albany County Sheriff's Search & Rescue is a non-profit organization. We rely heavily on donations to be able to operate and provide backcountry assistance.

Donations can be sent to: 
Albany County Sheriff's Search & Rescue
P.O. Box 2140 Laramie, Wyoming 82073

Meeting Info

Next General Meeting:

February 24th, 2015

7:00 PM

Albany County Commissioners Chambers