UKLSI is a registered charity no. 1139266
UKLSI provides training and research to the Lowland Search community in the UK.
Lowland Search is the search for vulnerable missing persons in the urban or rural environment. Missing persons may be termed vulnerable because of their age, mental or medical condition. Typically, searches are carried out for the elderly, children or despondents.
The Lowland Search community that UKLSI provides these services to includes ALSAR (The Association of Lowland Search and Rescue) Units, LS Dogs teams and Police Constabularies.
Our training is delivered by members of several different units. Members of most ALSAR and LS Dog units have attended our courses. Many of our instructors have held executive positions with ALSAR and are mostly experienced Search Controllers. What we deliver is therefore a balanced consensus of what is required operationally.
You can find details of our courses on this site. We are aways keen to support newly formed units and can deliver courses in any location if this is required.
To book a place on a course, or for more information, please contact us using the 'Contact Us' link at the top of the page.