New Washington County LE feed

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I'm helping set up a new scanner feed of Washington County sheriff and police and just about have it done: Washington County Law Enforcement

The feed is using 2 of the RTL SDRs, UniTrunker and RadioFeed.

But I am wondering what talk groups should be included.
-Are the "PD 2" and "SO 2" channels dispatch or tactical ones?
-Is 60272 needed to get Hillsboro and Beaverton overnight or is it just for records?
-What about WALAW1/2 and Wash A/B/C/D?

Also, I'm assuming I shouldn't include it, but UniTrunker is showing that the WC Jail channel has been very active.
 

nightfoam

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The channel 2s are secondary dispatch channels, I'd include them.

I'd skip the jail, just a bunch of blah blah blah

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PD2s are just secondaries. - Include
PD6&7s are tactical and PD5s are used by detectives. I would not include those on the web.

SO2 is used for records checks/traffic stops 24/7 unless a major incident closes SO1. Probably would include with a lower priority - lots of just chatter.

60272 Ch3 would be nice for nights only. It's used only if the merged PD primary gets closed

Law 1/Ch8 is used for K9 call ups and agency to agency com. Fun, but not really informative

Law 2 is usually not used but sometimes for Transit Enforcement. Would not include

Wash A/B/C/D are used only during water rescue (Wash A), airshow (A/B/C/D), protests and runs. They will be used during an active shooter or MCI. (Fire Wash A and LE Wash B) Include Wash A, MAYBE Wash B.

Don't know if you want to include 8Call/8Tac channels
 
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