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Cranford First Aid Squad Ops

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I submitted it to the database, but for those of you who listen and have not yet noticed. Cranford Volunteer First Aid Squad is now operating on Cranford Fire Department 1, and is no longer on Cranford Police 1.
 
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My notes show ALS using the school crossing guard channel [155.2500 (127.3)] to talk to the police. Has ALS also moved to 476.9000 (DCS 723)?
 

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That's not the crossing guard channel, that's Cranford Police Ch. 3 (Old Channel 1). It also depends on which ALS unit responds, and what MICP has the mic in their hand.
 

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I have heard brief PD comms on 155.250 in the recent past. They still use that frequency, but rarely. I can also confirm that their crossing guards do use radios. I'm just not sure what channel/frequency they use currently.
 

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I have heard brief PD comms on 155.250 in the recent past. They still use that frequency, but rarely. I can also confirm that their crossing guards do use radios. I'm just not sure what channel/frequency they use currently.


Crossing guards use one of the BOE channels. Not sure which. Other than some MICU and Mutual-Aid EMS, PD uses the VHF freqs as a fallback, and the older cops sometimes use it for quick conversations.


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