• Effective immediately we will be deleting, without notice, any negative threads or posts that deal with the use of encryption and streaming of scanner audio.

    We've noticed a huge increase in rants and negative posts that revolve around agencies going to encryption due to the broadcasting of scanner audio on the internet. It's now worn out and continues to be the same recycled rants. These rants hijack the threads and derail the conversation. They no longer have a place anywhere on this forum other than in the designated threads in the Rants forum in the Tavern.

    If you violate these guidelines your post will be deleted without notice and an infraction will be issued. We are not against discussion of this issue. You just need to do it in the right place. For example:
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midnightcaller

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I well be in the Indainia area on May 15 before going to Dayton Is there a scanner radio shop in Indiana where I can buy a book on freqs instead of printing everything off the inter net ? MY work would get mad if I print a thoundsand pages
 

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midnightcaller said:
I well be in the Indainia area on May 15 before going to Dayton Is there a scanner radio shop in Indiana where I can buy a book on freqs instead of printing everything off the inter net ? MY work would get mad if I print a thousand pages
Cut and paste into a spreadsheet or word processing document, easier to condense.

Yes, you can buy a book, used books abound, or old new police call directories. The problem with them is they are out of date, and there is a cost.
Internet and RR are free, and if you have a scanner that programs with a scanner, you can download into it and make files... for free. And no paper needed.
 

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Printed frequency guides are obsolete the way radio systems are changing. Police Call is no longer being produced anyway.

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