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Old 08-31-2006, 9:22 PM
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Default Scioto County Sheriff and FD codes.

Does anyone have there encrypting codes?
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There is no scanner made to receive encrypted codes.
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Aaron88 I don't think you worded your question quite right.
I take it you are wanting the 10 Codes for those agencies.

I don't see anything on the database for Fire in Scioto County, but
it is possible the Scioto County Sheriff uses the BSSA codes or a variation thereof.

Check out the BSSA codes and see if they match up to what they use.

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There is no scanner made to receive encrypted codes.
No, I ment like if there was a car accident, then they would say there is a code 4.
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Aaron88 I don't think you worded your question quite right.
I take it you are wanting the 10 Codes for those agencies.

I don't see anything on the database for Fire in Scioto County, but
it is possible the Scioto County Sheriff uses the BSSA codes or a variation thereof.

Check out the BSSA codes and see if they match up to what they use.

http://www.radioreference.com/module...ame=RR&aid=747

Thanks for your post and I will try this. I think some of them are identical.
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