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I just got a bearcat bct15x how do I get local police , and fire , rescue ? Where do I find frequencies for this and how to program them?
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I would recommend this software: FreeSCAN - Sixspot Software

And all frequencies can be found in the database in the menu above.

Paying for a subscription here will make it easiest to import freqs that your 15x will be able to hear. If your area is digital, I don't think the 15x will be able to hear those.
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I just got a bearcat bct15x how do I get local police , and fire , rescue ? Where do I find frequencies for this and how to program them?
Here:

https://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/

It would help if you filled in your location on your profile.
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