another one for the streaming is not contributing to encryption crowd. :roll:"With the advent of iPhones and other devices, you can use an (application) to figure out where the police are at any given time," he said.
Phillip does, of course.And who decides what the public needs to know?
Phillip does, of course.
Here's the Mayor's info, if you feel like expressing your opinion on the subject. If you do though, just keep it rational, intelligent, and respectful.
100 N. Garfield Avenue, Room S228
P.O. Box 7115
Pasadena, CA 91109-7215
Agreed! LAPD doesn't encrypt however you think that they would need it the most. If a town like San Marino encrypts I'll laugh my *** off.DPD1 said:I would like to ask Sanchez why he seems to think every small town he works in, desperately need to keep everything they do secret... when the majority of the larger cities around him that have ten times more crime, don't.
SO TRUE!!Blaming scanner apps is just an easy out to go encryption.....
I only wish the good things people with scanners, and scanner apps, have done were reported.RR admins or someone needs to come up with a plan on how scanner apps can benefit the community and police in emergency situations when the public is at danger. Maybe at a national police chiefs association or something similar to that. Scanner apps are getting a bad rap nowadays, need to get some good info out on them.
It's stories like yours that they need to hear. Please email that to the Pas mayor's office listed abopve and their local paper. And the PD directly, if you can find a good contact. The more people that speak up, the better.SO TRUE!!
I only wish the good things people with scanners, and scanner apps, have done were reported.
Without leaving my couch I was able to "assist" the police in catching 3 young men who had hours before tied up, brutally beat, and robbed a handicapped man. (I had never seen so many police cars show up to a call)