comm_manager said:Sounds good to me off of the Chevron Site...Mike
littleton pd1 is not using encryptioncstockmyer said:This am it sounds normal. But really early this morning I heard the dispatcher ask for units to turn on or something "option 1" then for the next hour or so it sounded encrypted. But thanks for taking time to listen!
When I looked at the screen of my scanner it said Littleton, but I am willing to bet that might of been the Tower name. I know that does not narrow it down much, I am really sorry. Next time I will make sure I get the agency name. It was about 0130 till about 0300 or so this morning, after that I passed out and did not notice it.comm_manager said:Good catch. That surely does sound like testing. I didn't know that end users could enable/disable encryption. Very interesting. Do you remember which agency it was?
captaincraig44 said:Well crap. Why am I starting to get the feeling that the 500 might be the last scanner I ever buy with the intent of monitoring what is going on around me (fire and law enforcement-wise)? On my drive to and from SLC over the last two months, I noticed that Garfield Co SO is completely encrypted. It might be common knowledge, but I never really paid attention to it. It's Garfield County! What's so top secret?
I may start diverting the play money solely to photography equipment from now on . . .
I am sure there have been Jim, I was just asking if it was possible to add this information to the Database to make it accurate as possible. That's all.jimmnn said:Garfield County has always been encrypted since they first began moving to DTRS in July.
Believe there have been other threads regarding this.