DCRS were delighted to donate a number of Motorola hand portable two-way radios to the Cambridgeshire Search and Rescue this week to assist them when they are out on Emergency Call Outs.
Cambridgeshire Search and Rescue are made up 100% of dedicated fully trained volunteers and receive no government funding, relying entirely on one-off grants and individual donations, so DCRS did not hesitate in making this donation.
The Team work alongside the Police in the search for vulnerable missing people: a child, an elderly person suffering from dementia or even someone who is considering taking their life so their call outs can catapult them into a multitude of environments where the team is separated but still need to communicate with each other and report back throughout a search .
Gavin Bailey, DCRS Commented, “Having a reliable form of communication is imperative for a team of this nature and DCRS were more than happy to help Cambridgeshire Search and Rescue to ensure they had the right tools for their job.”
Find out more about Cambridgeshire Search and Rescue here.
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