The U.S. Search, Rescue and Recovery Corps will hold a presentation for persons interested in becoming trained volunteers in the field of locating those who have gone missing at 7 p.m. Tuesday, in Room 500 of the Maranatha Bible Church at 1424 Killian Road in Akron.
The unit, a not-for-profit public safety organization, has many positions open to new members due to its current expansion in advanced methods.
U.S. SARR Corps operates throughout the tri-state region of Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia.
The unit has been in existence for 40 years and continues to research new and more efficient tactics for locating missing persons in all categories, especially autism, victims of Alzheimer's disease, abducted children and numerous other disappearances.
More information can be found at www.ussarr.org.