Ready to sharpen your first responder skills? DBERT has a wonderful opportunity for you. We’re developing a training session that will include SAR (search and recovery), medical triage, ATV (all terrain vehicle) and medical personnel carrier usage, and radio training (ham, FRO, and GMRS). You don’t need to have completed CERT training or to have any particular experience to attend. Come as a participant or just watch your neighbors improving their skills.

Join us on June 1, 2019 from 3 to 5 p.m. Come to the DBERT shed on Tahiti Way or to the one at 21 Summer Street.

Lawson's Landing Shines Bright

Lawson's Landing provided free camping space and other help to victims of the recent fires. The star of the operation was Nicki Vogler, a member of the DBERT Managers Team. Fred Allebach of the Sonoma Valley Sun posted a blog describing his experience at The Landing on October 17, 2017. He specifically notes the work of DBERT and its Operations Manager, Ted Melden. Take a look at his blog post here>

Marin IJ: Dillon Beach Part Of Emergency Network

The Dillon Beach Emergency Response Team — DBERT — is an outstanding example of how neighborhoods can come together and organize themselves into a well-equipped and trained emergency response team....

All of us in the West Marin Disaster Council appreciate the professionalism exhibited by DBERT and its volunteer members.
— Anne Sands & Amanda Eichstaedt, Marin IJ Readers’ Forum

County Recognizes the West Marin Disaster Council and Volunteers

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED the Marin County Board of Supervisors recognizes the West Marin Disaster Council and their partners who will respond when called upon during an emergency and thanks them for their commitment to the safety of all people who might find themselves in West Marin on a day a disaster hits our peaceful and scenic landscape.
— Resolution of the Marin County Board of Supervisors