Robert Bradley is an independent search and rescue consultant / researcher / writer.
He specialises in the search for vulnerable missing persons – including despondents, those with dementia and children – and works with both police constabularies and Association of Lowland Search and Rescue teams.
Robert believes passionately in evidence based practice in search. His research interests include the use of the mathematics of search theory to optimise search resource allocation and search techniques, furthering study into search techniques and visual search, contributing to missing person behaviour studies and improving the quality of search training and depth of search knowledge and understanding.
Robert’s Re-Search SAR Blog is about sharing and debating SAR techniques, training and knowledge. I hope you enjoy.