Human Trackers are trained to locate lost or missing persons, typically in wilderness areas. 2008 Sunrise Review: Human Trackers recommends against establishing a program to oversee the profession because it found no related public harm. Further, an adequate system is already in place. Colorado sheriffs, who handle search and rescue operations, have access to privately credentialed trackers and may also draw on the Colorado Search and Rescue Board's resources roster. No other state currently regulates this profession.