Most people who have scanners like to listen to their home town, I got over it, I listen to what I can, local fire, ems does give you an idea what's happening. It's still a pretty neat hobby.Boyz...
Your not missing nothing by these Police Departments being encrypted Just monitor the Fire, EMS and MONOC anything big not directly police related your going to hear. I monitored Dover i'm sorry Toms River for years a lot of MV Stops, DV's and alarm calls and once in a while someone trying to jump off the Rt 37 bridge.
Have a good summer.
Steve...Most people who have scanners like to listen to their home town, I got over it, I listen to what I can, local fire, ems does give you an idea what's happening. It's still a pretty neat hobby.
I hear you but it seems like your Police Chief Mikey M. brought into something years ago.
I don't agree with encryption at all I have convinced our Police chief in my home town
in Harrison and where I work in North Arlington NEVER to do it for many reasons
Kearny PD being one of them.
Some of the inside guys over there tell me it's the worse thing they ever did since they have a lot of problems with there system always going down of failing but I am sure the pros on the board will assure us it's not a problem with encryption but there system infrastructure which make more sense.
I remember the old days I picked up Toms River PD 5x5 here in Harrison on an old
Midland two way radio, Have a great day.
Yes. Jackson PD encrypts everything. And, by the way, you don't need to have the nac code programmed to monitor a digital system. Nac works like PL/DPL, so the only reason you would need to have it programmed would be if you were getting interference from another agency on a digital frequency you were monitoring and I've never had that problem with any of the digital systems here in Ocean County.what about jackson....are they encrted?