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Greater Los Angeles & Inland Areas Discussion Local area specific discussion for Los Angeles and its outlying areas such as Ventura and Orange Counties, and the Inland Empire area.

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Old 09-19-2005, 3:04 PM
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Default Riverside County Sheriff?

I have my radio set up for the following trunked systems:

Riverside / Norco Area Primary (+ Car/Car)
Lake Elsinore / Perris Primary (+ Car/Car)
Hemet / Banning Primary (+ Car/Car)
Banning SO / Calimesa, Hemet, Southwest, Temecula Primary (+ Car/Car)

From the page at:
http://www.radioreference.com/module...=TRSDB&sid=357


But, my main question is what is the Sheriff frequencies/trunk ids/etc. for the Lake Elsinore area? I live in Wildomar, in the County of Riverside, which is a few minutes to Lake Elsinore. I know Lake Elsinore has their own PD, but I'd like to listen to the Sheriffs for our area. Any help is appreciated.

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Old 09-19-2005, 4:48 PM
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I understand that Lake Elsinore PD is actually RSO who is contracted to be the city's PD.
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You have all the right talk groups in order,the way that it is set up on Elsinore 1 you have
Cayon Lake City= Cayon Units
Lake Elsinore City=Lincoln Units
Lake Elsinore Sheriffs=Frank Units
(Good Hope, Quail Valley,WildoMar
Perris City= Perris Units
Perris County= PC Units
(Mead Valley, Romoland,SunCity,Wood Crest
So when you want to listen stuff that goes on in your area Listen for the Frank Units this will cover you
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Old 09-20-2005, 8:09 PM
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You want to use System #4 (Elsinore Peak) for the wildomar area. And refer to the IDs in the RR listing. Also, you might want to scan for any new IDs that might appear over time. I use a Pro-96 and an Ericsson M-RK for my listening.
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