Sounds like someone is encouraging Longmont to go to DTRSI don't know HOW it works, or what it is, but from monitoring it I am very impressed with how effecient it is! I love how they assign talk groups to the calls, allowing the dispatch channel for dispatching. Good system from what I hvae heard. Its always confusing here in Longmont when they have the Dispatch channel, then decide to swith to Tac-2 on a call, and then the Batallion has to monitor both channels and try to coordinate everything and it seems like a bit of a pain to me. Plus, when there are multiple incidents and one time, what do they do in that situation? Or the other night when they had two of the three police channels tied up on one call. They certainly could use more talk groups for each agency, especially when they seem to establish an incident command so frequently.
Are you asking what the mapgrids are? You dont need their CAD system to understand that. Like most map grid systems is it based on township/range lines, which usually also map to major roads. The first number is the north/south part of the grid, and the letter is the east/west. The last number is the quadrant in the given grid.Can anyone tell me what map system they use