Alpena County Search and Rescue
(ACSAR) is a volunteer driven, professionally trained search organization serving Alpena
and the surrounding area.
ALPENA COUNTY Search and Rescue
Alpena County Search and Rescue (ACSAR) is a 100% volunteer driven, professionally trained search organization serving mostly Alpena, Presque Isle and Montmorency Counties as well as other parts of Michigan. We strive to execute methodical searches to locate lost or missing persons, alive or deceased, in both urban and wilderness environments. Type of missing person may include the following:
- Alzheimer’s patients
- Suicidal people
- Missing children
- Overdue hunters, skiers, runners
- As well as many others in need
Our team is ready and available 24 hours/day, 365 days/year to assist local, state and federal law enforcements agencies and other first responders. Our members are committed not only to search and rescue, but also serving our local communities in other capacities by volunteering throughout the community assisting local charities, agencies, and community events.
ACSAR utilizes many resources including ground teams, dog teams and air support along with search management and technical search planners for missing person incidents.
ACSAR offers presentations about search work to local organizations, conduct school programs, and take part in other community events.
All services provided by ACSAR are provided at no cost. We are a 501(c)3 corporation and is supported through public donations. Your donations are always welcome and are tax deductible under federal law.
To contact ALPENA COUNTY Search and Rescue for assistance or information:
Steven J. Kieliszewski, Alpena County Sheriff
320 Johnson Street
Alpena, MI 49707
Information office: 989-354-9836
EMERGENCY: Alpena Central Dispatch 9-1-1 or non- emergency line 989-354-9111