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Trying to Find channel/frequency LA arear

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Hello, new to this site so if I'm in the wrong area please direct me to the right form.
So I'm trying to find the Frequency that the lifeguards use at Dockweiler beach and the culver city police dispatch.
I've been trying to find these online but having no luck. any help would be appreciated. just got the baofeng BF F9v2 and want to listen in on when the life guards leave and respond to calls and notify if there is an emg.
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It appears the frequencies you want are in the database here on RR. You will have to look them up to get exactly what you want. It also appears that Culver City PD is on ICIS which is a trunked radio system. I don't believe your ham radio will pick up trunked radio systems.
 

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I'm pretty sure all of the state parks and rec stuff is on 800 freqs now. So unfortunately, that radio probably won't do it bud. Even before that they were on low band. You would need a scanner that does the correct bands/systems.
 
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