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CN Police - Windsor/Essex

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TIZ6

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Does anyone here have any verified info on frequencies or monitoring info for the CN Police in the Windsor-Essex corridor?

I've tried listening on standard rail frequency allocations with no verified hits.

Are they even using conventional means of communication?
 

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In the past, CN Police liked to use the standard VHF Rail freqs. In the past, I have heard them on 160.575 and 161.235 MHz from Windsor, but that was over two years ago. However, they do have access to 142.770 MHz, which is the Provincial Police Common channel.

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Ron
 

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At the last derailment in Toronto, somebody said the radio was on 160.545Mhz.

161.2350Mhz used to be the frequency.
 
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