aux anything happens in those preceints it will come over on sod so theres 3 sods si repeater 482.4875 and manh 470.8375 cw ops is on sod to 482. 6875I have them set up in one bank.
25-28-32 (a favorite! harlem)
these all make a good scanning during fri/sat night.
but I gotta say 73-75 & 25-28-32 are my favorite channels.
s-geek,What is a JFK/LGA crash box?
Quality Assurance monitoring is when a supervisor selects either a job from the 9-1-1 system and tracks it's activity through to it's completion or when a supervisor selects a unit and monitors it's activity for a period, ranging anywhere from through an entire tour to just one job. Is the dispatcher promptly assigning a unit to a job or it is sitting in a pending assignment que for minutes on end? Is the field unit promptly acknowledging receipt of the job? Does the field unit arrive at the scene in a reasonable amount of time? Does the field unit call out at the scene? Does the field unit transport to an appropriate hospital ED based on the nature of the call? If not, why not (i.e. Do we know that the "car v. bicyclist" job that might warrant removal to a trauma center turn out to be just a drunk that fell off his stopped bicycle near a corner that just needs detox at a community hospital ED). Does the unit expeditiously remove the patient to an ED, or do they dilly-dally at the scene. Do they call for any additional resources promptly and correctly? The other element is whether the dispatchers and the field units use their radios correctly. Are transmissions acknowledged promptly and per protocol (i.e. with a time stamp by a dispatcher? With plain English v. a 10-code - depending on what your agency allows or disallows, etc.). You get the picture.Also what is QA monitoring? Not familiar with this term.