Hasty Team

What the team does:
Putting the “haste” in its name, the Hasty Team rolls out the door on a moment’s notice and is the first on-scene to a search. They conduct a quick and thorough search of the immediate area where the subject was last seen. The Hasty Team essentially jump-starts the search process by gathering information, like clues or tracks, to isolate a specific area of the subject’s possible location or direction of travel. The team also conducts interviews with family members or friends of the missing person(s) to determine their physical description, clothing, behavior, medical history and outdoor experience. Using this information, trackers and K9 teams are then sent into the field to further the search.

Hasty Team

What it takes to be on the team:
The Hasty Team is comprised of quick-thinkers who can efficiently process information and maintain the timeliness of the search effort. Being a member of the Hasty Team requires a minimum one-year Mission Ready Type 1 or Type 2 status, with a minimum of six searches under your belt. Members must also be certified trackers, K-9 handlers or first responders. Moreover, those on the Hasty Team must be willing to drop the responsibilities of their daily life on a dime to answer a search call-out, day or night and rain or shine.