When a Call Out is issued, the Caller ID will show (281) 543-6719. Please hit ignore to force the call to voice mail. PLEASE DO NOT HIT REDIAL — YOU WILL GET OUR FAX MACHINE. If you do not understand or receive the complete message, you can call 1-877-698-3261 … and press “1” to hear
Mark your calendars to attend the American Legion Post 291, 4th Annual Car Show, benefitting Texas EquuSearch. This fun for all event begins at 11:00 am on Saturday, August 16, 2014. There will be live music by the Groove Kings, plus vendors, food, games and trophies awarded in all categories. The American Legion Post 291
When Texas EquuSearch receives a missing persons case, our priority is finding that missing person safe and returning them to their families. But the highest of all of our priorities and concerns is a child’s abduction, or a child who verifiably has disappeared under suspicious circumstances. Texas EquuSearch does not use the missing person’s (or
09/12/11 — Parents of Murdered Children is sponsoring a National Day of Remembrance on September 25, 2011 at 6:00 p.m. at the Reflection Pond, City Hall, 900 Bagby, Houston, Texas 77002. A MEMORIAL An event to honor those who have been lost to violent crime. The evening includes guest speakers and a candlelight vigil. Please join
Due to the increase of water searches that Texas EquuSearch is conducting, we felt it was necessary to have a boat which is better suited for using our sonar equipment. The boat pictured above is perfect for our needs, and we will continue to help as many families as we can.
11/19/10 — On November 7, 2010, Texas EquuSearch held a Mock Search, utilizing the training from our November 6, 2010 training. We had participants from five states, and we want to thank everyone who participated. A special thank you goes to Dennis and Tammy Watters from Team Watters, and Gene Robinson of RP Search Services.
11/19/10 — On November 6, 2010, Texas EquuSearch held an all-day advanced training, which consisted of classroom training and field training. We had participants from five states, and we want to thank everyone who participated. A special thank you goes to Dennis and Tammy Watters from Team Watters for their presentation and training on the
11/15/10 — We have very sad news to report this morning. Tim Miller’s long-time companion, Trojan, suddenly passed away last night. Trojan has been a huge part of Tim’s life and Texas EquuSearch’s — he led the way on many searches and accompanied Tim on many trail rides. He will be sorely missed by all.
11/16/09 — Texas EquuSearch will be having a “General Membership Meeting” on Thursday, December 3, 2009 at 7:00 p.m. The meeting will be held at the Bass Pro Shop on Hwy 288 South @ Beltway 8 (see map below). The meeting will be held in the meeting room upstairs where New Member Orientation is held.
For Training and Search Purposes Standards for Horses: (Safety and Control are always our primary concern at all times.) Any horse that kicks, bites, rears, or bucks is not allowed to help in search and rescue work. Horse should be able to pass the physical criteria as deemed appropriate by the Training Instructor and TES
Missing Person Statistics The Attorney General of Washington published a case management on May 13, 1997 for Missing Children and Homicide Investigations with these findings: The study examined more than 600 child abduction-murder cases from 44 states. Summary of Findings: In 53% of the cases the victim and abductor were strangers. This relationship, where the