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Kerr County seeking additional CERT members

todaySeptember 12, 2022

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Kerr County is currently seeking additional County Emergency Response Team (CERT) members and has scheduled an open house and recruitment day event for Saturday, September 24, at the Kerr County Sheriff’s Office Training Room, 400 Clearwater Paseo. 

CERT members are trained to stand ready to help their neighbors in crisis, oftentimes before emergency units can reach the area.

According to Kerr County Emergency Management Coordinator Dub Thomas, “If you are brave, perform well under pressure, have the ability to lead others and, most importantly, want to be in a position to help your fellow citizens in their time of need, such as during or right after natural disaster, or if you know someone who fits the bill — we’d really love to talk to you about joining our team.”

CERT members will be trained in numerous topics, such as Medical Units, Light Search and Rescue, Fire Suppression, Disaster Psychology and Disaster Preparedness in a 20-hour course scheduled for the October 7-9 weekend. 

All new recruits must be at least 18 years of age, have no criminal record and have successfully completed the basic training weekend.

Anyone interested in becoming a new CERT member should call (830) 896-1216 during regular business hours.  Applications are available by visiting  


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