Search and Rescue is an entity of the local government in the county of which you reside. Typically this entity, or group, is comprised of volunteers of the community that devote their life to train in the Search and Rescue of people that need help. Search and Rescue respond to calls 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.
In the Lake County Sheriff's Search and Rescue, there are currently approximately 25 Search and Rescue Volunteers in addition to the nearly 25 members of the Kelseyville Community Organization for Rescue and Public Service (K-CORPS). K-CORPS is a two-year class offered by Kelseyville High School for qualifying juniors and seniors. The Lake County Sheriff's Office has 6 full-time employees designated as Search and Rescue Coordinators to act as liaisons between the Sheriff's Office and the volunteers.