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Exclamation special ops freqs for monroe county?

I run the ''Monroe County Police feed''. Wanted to know what
the special ops freqs were for MCSO in Rochester,Ny. If anyone has
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Probably little-used simplex channels.

Don't the RR rules prohibit streaming that kind of traffic?
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Probably little-used simplex channels.
Every MCSO SWAT call-out or high risk warrant attempt I've heard in the last year has used the channel. I think they may even have a low power repeater for it. On one call before the channel switch, I heard CMD say "the hardline is ready and the antenna is up" or something to that effect.
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For every SWAT Call out in Monroe County, the Monroe County Communications Truck goes. The Truck roles with a 911 dispatcher trained in field ops, a radio tech from the "Hill" and a Supervisor from the "Hill". Every time the truck goes out it has to have those three or it won't role. Once they get on-scene they go to the IC and find out what he or she wants. 99% of the time for SWAT Operations they go to simplex. The truck will raise up one of its 3 antennas up 20 to 50 feet in the air.

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Every MCSO SWAT call-out or high risk warrant attempt I've heard in the last year has used the channel. I think they may even have a low power repeater for it. On one call before the channel switch, I heard CMD say "the hardline is ready and the antenna is up" or something to that effect.
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For every SWAT Call out in Monroe County, the Monroe County Communications Truck goes. The Truck roles with a 911 dispatcher trained in field ops, a radio tech from the "Hill" and a Supervisor from the "Hill". Every time the truck goes out it has to have those three or it won't role. Once they get on-scene they go to the IC and find out what he or she wants. 99% of the time for SWAT Operations they go to simplex. The truck will raise up one of its 3 antennas up 20 to 50 feet in the air.
I recall reading or hearing that somewhere before, is the "hardline" the link between the command truck and the radio truck?
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One thing I found interesting is that they used the Irondequoit PD channel for most of the broadcast even when the MC communications truck was there the past weekend. I could hear multiple times "fire in the hole" or "blue team in position". They switched to the hardline around mid-day, 12 hours well into the incident.
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