A Trip Intentions website is now available for people who would like to submit their trip intentions online via email to designated contact people. This site provides a quick and easy way to advise your nominated contacts about details of your trip – and when to “raise the alarm” if you don’t return by your specified date.
Some information on distress beacons and what do to do if you get lost is also provided.
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Four BSAR members assisted Police for three days from 17 to 19 October 2011 in the continuing search for David Prideaux around Tomahawk Hut. PLO Merv Trease had received a request for four BSAR members, to act as navigators for a search effort utilising dog handlers with their dogs from the Department of Corrections and the Police Dog Squad. Police selected some higher and flatter areas north of Tomahawk Hut as more likely deer stalking areas for more intensive searching. Operating in three person search teams with a dog, these areas were swept at 50 to 100m intervals. No trace of David Prideaux was found.
Duncan Brookes, Field Organiser
(Thanks to the Corrections Victoria personnel depicted, and VicPol for permission to publish these photos)
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