Mary Roy, canine search specialist, has been involved with Search and Rescue for 12 years. She has worked various positions on a search and/or rescue mission, such as k-9 flanker, k-9 handler, large animal rescue, and mounted patrol. Her work includes searches by foot and on horseback through the rugged Ozark mountains and elsewhere for the lost and missing. Since 2011, Mary has been on Missouri Task Force 1 and currently has two dogs certified in disaster. Mary’s two canines include one dog trained in Live Find and the other in Human Remains Detection. She holds National certifications with NASAR, SARTECH II and CANINE SARTECH, NSDA, and NAPWDA. Her trainings also include, Confined Space Technician, Structural Collapse Technician, Swift Water Rescue Technician, Intro to Technical Rescue, Rescue Technician, Rope Rescue Technician, WMD Medical Consideration, Critical Incident Stress, Hazmat Operations, Forensic Sensitive Site Exploration, Blood Borne Pathogens, Crime Scene and Evidence Preservation, Scent Theory, Hazardous Materials Response, MOTF-1 Canine Down Medical Training, Scent and Scent Transport Considerations in training and Deployment of Search Dogs, and the Community Emergency Response Team Program.