JHPTS Visual Tracking just completed a 24-hour sanctioned class on April 6th-8th at Warm Springs, in Stanwood, WA.
Congratulations to Aaron Job, with King County Sheriff’s Office and Roxanne Stragfeld, with Siskiyou County Search and Rescue. Both are new Basic Certified students. ... See MoreSee Less
CCSAR hosted a regional JHPTS Visual Tracking class on Sunday. Teams from Oregon and Washington came together for six hours of learning and camaraderie.
We are on day one of our JHPTS Train the Trainer program in Boise, Idaho. What a great group of trackers. ... See MoreSee Less
Great teamwork today bringing closure to a family. Trackers, K9s and ground searchers brought this mission to a close with proficiency and professionalism. Thank you TEAM.
JHPTS Visual Tracking and Training added 12 new photos.
We just completed a 24-hour class in Kelso, WA, sponsored by Cowlitz County Search & Rescue. Certifications were awarded as follows:
Gary Burgess: Journeyman
Tony Lorange: Journeyman
Bill Buck: Apprentice
Phil Desroches: Basic
Micah Nehring: Basic
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JHPTS Visual Tracking and Training added 3 new photos.
JHPTS Visual Tracking just completed a 46 hour class in Waubun, MN, sponsored by White Earth Tribal and College and Three Fire Trackers. Students from the college and from White Earth Circle of Life Academy each spent part of a day training with the class. ... See MoreSee Less
JHPTS Visual Tracking completed a sanctioned class in Winchester, VA on September 8-10, 2017. There were students from Virginia, North Carolina, Massachusetts, and Wyoming, with certification levels ranged from Novice to Journeyman. Thank you instructors Dan Scovel and Dietrich Biemiller.
We are pleased to welcome new Basic Certified Tracker Richard Swisher. ... See MoreSee Less
Cowlitz County Search & Rescue is sponsoring a 24-hour JHPTS visual tracking class on the weekend of October 20-22, 2017. Scholarships are available to Southwest Washington Search and Rescue volunteers, thanks to a generous grant from Clark County Search and Rescue. Please contact Sharon Ward for an application. Sharonwardor@gmail.com