The Water Search and Rescue Team is made up of a number of different types of volunteers, which are as follows;
- Response Volunteers
- Reserve Volunteers
- Fundraising Volunteers
- Support Volunteers
- Resilience Volunteers
Each volunteer group carries out different actions.
Response Volunteers are the volunteers who are are on call 24/7, 365 days a year.
Reserve Volunteers are the volunteers we call upon for a major incident such as large scale flooding.
Fundraising Volunteers are the important volunteers who raise the funds to keep the services growing and supporting all the team members.
Support Volunteers, these volunteers provide the background support to keep the team functioning, from volunteering in the command center to getting vehicles ready to go out, to administration duties.
Resilience Volunteers, these are the volunteers we have with other organisations and business, that help provide services or man power in times of need.
We also run a Cadet Response Program, where we train cadets up ready to become response volunteers.
If you're interested in joining the team please fill in the form below.