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Chapter 21

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Michael Neiger
Lead Investigator
Michigan Backcountry Search and Rescue (MibSAR)
Long-Range Special Operations Group (LRSOG)
Marquette, Michigan
E-mail: mneiger@hotmail.com

Michael Neiger, Lead Investigator with Michigan Backcountry Search and Rescue's (MibSAR's) Long Range Special Operations Group (LRSOG), taking notes on a pair of pants belonging to a missing person in the Canadian bush, near the Arctic Ocean

Important Notice:

While MibSAR collaborates with local, county, state, and federal law enforcement agencies, search-and-rescue teams, task forces, and strike teams regarding on-going investigations and operations, MibSAR is not a traditional, paid, professional, "first-response," search-and-rescue unit.

MibSAR is a small, civilian, all-volunteer, Long-Range Special Operations Group (LRSOG) of last resort that specializes in working on select, unsolved, long-term-missing (LTM) cases and cold-case murder investigations in the bush between the Upper Great Lakes and the Arctic Ocean in Canada, primarily ones that searching or other work on has been suspended by the agency of jurisdiction.

An incident requiring emergency search and rescue (SAR) should be immediately referred to the agency with jurisdiction over the area where the incident occurred — often a sheriffs department in Michigan, or the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) in Ontario, Canada — by calling 911 immediately.



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