Public safety diving is the underwater work conducted by law enforcement, fire rescue, and search & rescue/recovery dive teams. Public safety divers differ from recreational, scientific and commercial divers who can generally plan the date, time, and location of a dive, and dive only if the conditions are conducive to the task.
Public safety divers respond to emergencies 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and may be required to dive in the middle of the night, during inclement weather, in zero visibility “black water,” or in waters polluted by chemicals and biohazards.Learn More
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Specialized skills including forensic, dive operation, evidence search and recovery, as well as interviewing techniques, and Post mortem physiology forensics that assist agencies and law enforcement investigators.
Assist investigators to approaching drowning fatalities and child near drownings with the same degree of suspicion as any other homicide or possible child abuse incident.Learn More
The Lee’s Summit Underwater Rescue and Recovery Team was founded in 1966 to help law enforcement agencies recover drowning victims from area lakes and rivers.
Today our all-volunteer team is still growing stronger with professional training, and high tech equipment.
Interested in helping? Contact us to become a diver or non-diving volunteer, or to contribute as a community supporter.
We are always looking for great people to help us out.Join Us