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Old 04-08-2012, 1:02 PM
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Does anybody know when the NJSP 4-COM SOUTH DISPATCH, will go FULL digital transmissions? If possible any date set when? And does anybody have an updated list of NJSP codes, and the Cumberland County codes also? For an example, Bridgeton City Police, NJ which is on 155.550, they say on there quite often, at the 11, which I have no idea what that means? And also they refer to certain subjects being 88, which I have no clue, what they mean?? Any help would be greatly appreciated!! Thanks In Advance!!
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Does anybody know when the NJSP 4-COM SOUTH DISPATCH, will go FULL digital transmissions? If possible any date set when? And does anybody have an updated list of NJSP codes, and the Cumberland County codes also? For an example, Bridgeton City Police, NJ which is on 155.550, they say on there quite often, at the 11, which I have no idea what that means? And also they refer to certain subjects being 88, which I have no clue, what they mean?? Any help would be greatly appreciated!! Thanks In Advance!!
Going Digital, at this time not sure if anyone knows.

State Police Codes:

http://wiki.radioreference.com/index...te_Police_(NJ)

Cumberland County:

Cumberland County (NJ) PD - The RadioReference Wiki
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Also, here's some good info on the NJSP:

http://wc2em.homelinux.net/scanner/NJSP.pdf
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Expect to see some forward movement later this year on the upgrade of the main 800 system to a Phase-I P25. I would not expect to see any current analog TG's going digital before the upgrade.
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Could it be a 38 and not 88 that you are hearing the troopers using? 38 is a warrant on the person they have stopped or detained.
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Does the NJ Transit Police have a talk group on the NJSP sysytem
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Yes they do, 54896. They have not really used it aside from some testing.
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Maby at the 11 is code for a stop for coffee at the 7-11 store is there one in bridgeton?
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now does that come threw all the troop talkgroups
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Maby at the 11 is code for a stop for coffee at the 7-11 store is there one in bridgeton?
The officer has frequent urination and needs a number one break times two...

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At the 11, I meant, it was Bridgeton City P.D. Not NJSP!! Sorry!! Does anybody think it could be a Bar Check at night??
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