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Old 07-15-2011, 3:46 AM
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Default Albuquerque PD -- 1900 Units

Anyone know who they are? Call signs are from 1910 to at least 1918,1910 being a sergeant. I have heard them in the Valley and Foothills so far.
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Is that also the radio IDs? I'll flag the 19** series in Trunk Tracker and see what they are up to.
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No, it's their on air call signs (radio designator). When on side groups, they use their names, but when talking to dispatch, I have heard 1910, 1911, 1913 and 1918 so far.
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Old 07-18-2011, 3:26 AM
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Open Space? Lots of fire patrol lately with the bosque and picnic grounds closed.
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I remember seeing a list of unit numbers for each area command and also the Id numbers for SGT's LT's and other type units here on the web, but i dont remember what website, i did print it out but damned if i can find it.
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I have the majority of them, I used to work APD radio. However, these are fairly new within the past year or two.

Open Space and the Prisoner Transport Center share the 1500's.
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Yes those new call numbers are new. I also worked in APD radio and we didnt have as many ID numbers as they do now. When i left they had just started changing the Beat areas. I remember when they split up the NE heights and added foothills area making them the 500's .
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Just to follow-up...the 1900 units mentioned are Night Detectives....
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