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Vernon County going digital

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It seems as though Vernon County law enforcement will be switching to digital around the first of the year, our local EMS switched to Nexedge a while back, but I believe the law enforcement will be DMR. Cedar County EMS recently switched to DMR, and Bourbon county law is transitioning to DMR and Barton county has DMR capability.
 
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I can confirm Cedar and Polk County EMS are now MotoTRBO DMR. Bolivar Fire, Police, and Public Works are pretty close to switching to MotoTRBO as well.

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I can confirm Cedar and Polk County EMS are now MotoTRBO DMR. Bolivar Fire, Police, and Public Works are pretty close to switching to MotoTRBO as well.

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I didn't know that at all, thanks, I will have to up date my scanner for next time I'm down that way.

Are the Frequency's still the same?
 
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Since we're on the topic of SW Missouri counties, Stone County might be worth keeping an eye on. Heard from a law enforcement contact down there that they may be going DMR in the not so distant future.
 

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Even little Granby City in Newton Co has the DMR buzz!
I just submitted to database Slot 1 Color Code 8, TG 400 DMR instead of 118.1pl analog on 155.565.
So glad to have a TRX-2!

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