NYC DEP Frequencies?

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I couldn't find any frequencies for NYC DEP (Department of Environmental Protection) in the NY metro area database. Does anybody know the freqencies that DEP use? Are they analog, trunked, digital?

Also the NYC DEP Police Frequencies?

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thanks, time to enter some frequencies!

Anybody knows what local DOE middle & high schools use as frequencies. I remember in my last year of high school a dean that I was cool with let me check out his radio. It was a Motorola ht750 UHF radio as it said in the back of the radio. However he didn't know what the frequencies was however he told me they had short range so im thinking 1 or 2 watts. I asked a cool School safety agent and he told me to scan the 460 MHz for activity. But since then im still unable to find the frequencies. I live near 3 high schools, 2 middle schools and 2 elementary schools within a 5 mile radius.

Any help?
 
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When operating upstate, DEP uses the Goosetown Communications LTR-PassPort system. Details on NF2G.com - and probably in some threads on RR.com, too.
 

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I believe School Safety is under NYPD (Manhattan) in the NY database. I'm on my Blackberry, so I am unable to confirm that for the moment.
 

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Sorry...posted twice for some reason.
 
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sorry for the mis-guide,

what I meant to say is, what frequencies do school staff use at local middle schools & high schools. Not the school safety cw channels. The radios that deans, counsolors, Assistant principle, principle & the rest of the staff.
 

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NYC DOE Local School Admin Freq's

Auxscan, I searched everywhere & if there is a master list of NYC DOE school facilities & their associated frequencies & assignments, I can't find it. I searched the databases listed below between 450-490 MHz & only came up with this obviously quite abbreviated list. I'll try the VHF high band & the 800 MHz non-trunked frequencies later. Hopefully somebody comes up with something better then what I could provide. I have one other option which I'll try for you this weekend, first I'll try to acquire a NYC DOE master facility list & antennasearch it.

BROOKLYN

467.8125 MHz WNZJ455 High School of Telecommunications Arts & Technology

451.4875 MHz WQCG515 Saint Anns School
462.3375 MHz

154.6 MHz WPRI874 P.S. 203 (This was on an obscure website, I can't vouch for it's accuracy)

QUEENS

456.3 MHz WPNW874 NYC DOE Citywide Facilities Maintenance Shop

464.5375 MHz WNZP326 Franklin Roosevelt H.S.

469.3625 MHz WNWD??? High School of Telecommunications Arts & Technology

464.4625 MHz WNVW899 I.S. 53

466.3875 MHz WPAU919 J.H.S 47 Annex

466.0375 MHz WNXS593 J.H.S. 185

466.0625 MHz WNVM260 P.S. 19

466.0625 MHz WNVD432 P.S. 116

463.8 MHz WQFD803 P.S. 120

466.0875 MHz WNZA523 P.S. 102

466.1625 MHz WNVQ460 P.S. 143
469.1625 MHz (This is not the rptr input frequency for 466.1625 MHz)

466.1375 MHz WNVQ464 P.S. 183
469.1375 MHz (This is not the rptr input frequency for 466.1375 MHz)

466.1375 MHz WNYJ840 P.S. 3

BRONX

463.65 MHz WPWW408 Ethical Culture Fieldston School

467.8125 MHz WPZZ392 Horrace Mann School

STATEN ISLAND

466.5125 MHz WQJY557 St. Joseph Hill Academy
466.7625 MHz

464.15 MHz WNIE515 Tottenville H.S.

MANHATTAN

Nothing Listed

PS: I'm quite sure you're going to need the ctcss/dcs codes for these frequencies.

www.fcc.gov

www.nationalradiodata.com

www.cityfreq.com

www.arresthistory.com/fccl.asp

FLRAILMAN
 
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Aux, it's all good. We all listen to different frequencies because we enjoy the hobby in different ways.
 

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Aux, it's all good. We all listen to different frequencies because we enjoy the hobby in different ways.
you said it bro!
scanners arent only made to monitor public safety, but to monitor everyone who uses radio commuinications.
 

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Try tuning in to the borough Water & Sewer talkgroups when there's a 2-2 going...

why would you want to listen to that kind of boring lol
NYC,

On a day-to-day basis, you're right, for the most part. But one should at least have some key talkgroups or channels pre-programmed ino their scanner (but locked out) of the larger public service agencies (such as the Department of Environmental Protection, Department of Sanitation, etc.) that will respond to many of the same incidents that public safety agencies will respond to. When a fire goes to a second alarm or greater, many a time the DEP will send a crew to the scene to assist with any water supply issues that may arise, esp. this time of year. Remember the hydrants and mains are DEP's property. They know where they are and what size. It's often interesting to hear the same event being described from a different prospective. Hearing a fire reported to the borough CO over an FD channel, using the same script and format everytime, is something quite different from hearing a civilian employee's report of the same event to his dispatcher over their agency's channel. The same could be said for a tow operator's report to his dispatcher of the same collision that EMS and PD are at; it's like color commentary during a sportscast.
 
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FYI PS 203 is in Queens, Horace Mann School is not a DOE school, it is a top private school in Riverdale
 
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