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CHP Office Number Frequency Assignments

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I'm in the process of setting up software for a GRE PSR-600 and have the list downloaded in to the software but I'm wondering if there's a list or map of CHP offices and station numbers I can easily refer to if I'm driving and hear a station number I don't recognize... Thanks! I visit California occasionally and would like a 'Redi - Ref' to use while driving. Thanks!
 

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CHP Office Number/Frequencies

That a nice map but would probably be hard to read at night on the road... I was thinking of a PDF file I could print for reference. Thanks for the response...
 
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I'm in the process of setting up software for a GRE PSR-600 and have the list downloaded in to the software but I'm wondering if there's a list or map of CHP offices and station numbers I can easily refer to if I'm driving and hear a station number I don't recognize... Thanks! I visit California occasionally and would like a 'Redi - Ref' to use while driving. Thanks!
I made a list like you want, but just for Golden Gate (Bay Area) and Coastal (Monterey / Santa Cruz).

I went to the RR database for CHP, Department of the Highway Patrol (CHP) Scanner Frequencies and Radio Frequency Reference
and did a copy from the database into a text file, which I then imported into a spreadsheet. I manually added another column for Office Number, using the info in the Description column. Then I printed copies sorted by Freq, by Office number and by Alpha tag/Color.

Kind of a kludge process, but it gave me what I wanted.
 

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Here is one attached I made as a Word Document. Enjoy
I agree, very cool document. I have not been able to find a comprehensive list with these office numbers listed. Any of the published listings have a different type of number associated with the various offices rather than the unit id prefix.

I would like to ask some of the members connected to the agency to offer any corrections or additions (I haven't found any yet). Once done, I would like to convert it to PDF and post it on the Wiki page, with the author's permission.

Thanks,

Greg
 

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I would like to ask some of the members connected to the agency to offer any corrections or additions (I haven't found any yet). Once done, I would like to convert it to PDF and post it on the Wiki page, with the author's permission.

Thanks,

Greg
No problem on posting Greg. This board only works if we share info. You notice for the divisions that have not switched frequencis I left Blue-2 empty. I guess to be more correct I should have listed the old Blue (42.34/42.18) for those divisions.
 

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No problem on posting Greg. This board only works if we share info. You notice for the divisions that have not switched frequencis I left Blue-2 empty. I guess to be more correct I should have listed the old Blue (42.34/42.18) for those divisions.
I know there is at least one office missing, the Moorpark office from Coastal division. Not sure of the prefix used for that one. I'm trying to go through the office listing on the CHP site to verify any missing. Will revise and post when I get through that. If anyone else notices any missing offices please let me know. Again, anyone with an official list of office numbers used in dispatching would be appreciated.
 

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PDF Version with Update

I finally had some time to look for missing offices. The only two I have found so far is the Moorpark office with dispatch prefix 137 and the Desert Hills office in Border Division. I don't have a number or frequency for that one and am not in an area where I can monitor. Both are highlighted in yellow and the word file has been converted to pdf.

Let me know if anyone finds any other missing offices or corrections needed.

Greg
 

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I finally had some time to look for missing offices. The only two I have found so far is the Moorpark office with dispatch prefix 137 and the Desert Hills office in Border Division. I don't have a number or frequency for that one and am not in an area where I can monitor. Both are highlighted in yellow and the word file has been converted to pdf.

Let me know if anyone finds any other missing offices or corrections needed.

Greg
Just added new channels to my Uniden SC230 scanner.
 
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Isn't Moorpark #54, and the Conejo Grade Weigh Station #137?

I finally had some time to look for missing offices. The only two I have found so far is the Moorpark office with dispatch prefix 137 and the Desert Hills office in Border Division. I don't have a number or frequency for that one and am not in an area where I can monitor. Both are highlighted in yellow and the word file has been converted to pdf.

Let me know if anyone finds any other missing offices or corrections needed.

Greg
 

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Desert Hills Inspection Facility 656 131 Red 42.44 42.28 162.2

That info is a little dated but it might still be correct.
 

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When I made this document I saw NO reason to include the weight/inspection facilities. This is a easy, carry along listing, why clutter it up with a bunch of nonsense.
 

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When I made this document I saw NO reason to include the weight/inspection facilities. This is a easy, carry along listing, why clutter it up with a bunch of nonsense.
I'll make the change. On the CHP site they don't have it listed as an inspection facility under the heading for communication centers. I thought it was just another office.
CHP Communication and Dispatch Centers

I also finally got to formatting the wiki page with the updates out of the file referenced. It's more complete and is easier to read.
 
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