Me too. I've got the following:Have noticed a few very regularly active encrypted talkgroups on the ORION system, many in the same 1xx range. Curious if anyone has insight:
Yeah, that's what I've observed too. It's a tac use kind of thing...so far. Looking at my UT logs, seems 2009 is a Secure Dispatch TG, don't know about ERU...to be honest, I don't follow Washington County traffic that much, but my logs remind me of the 1xx OPD usage, as well as the Sarpy LE West/East secure/digital/'2' use. I could be wrong, I have in the past.Thanks, I’ve noticed those precinct secure channels seem to be mostly for tac use instead of a full dispatch group. There seems to be one for the DCSO too. Wonder if OPD could move operations over full time if they decide to go fully encrypted though.
2586 seems to be a discrete user, maybe a special assignment group. 2009 may be WCSO ERU.
Yeah, that's what I've observed too. It's a tac use kind of thing...so far. Looking at my UT logs, seems 2009 is a Secure Dispatch TG, don't know about ERU...to be honest, I don't follow Washington County traffic that much, but my logs remind me of the 1xx OPD usage, as well as the Sarpy LE West/East secure/digital/'2' use. I could be wrong, I have in the past.
2586 is interesting, to be sure. I have logging of that TG back from Nov of last year...RIDs are Washington County, but there seem to be a limited amount of users...RIDs 27377 to 27409 with no apparent Dispatch TGs...maybe some kind of corrections TG? I don't know.
The more the system merges, the more interesting things get!
Yes, 109 appears to be the equivalent OPD-like secure tac channel for DSCO. Seems to hint at a new construct to provide a precinct secure tactical channel.And looking back, TG 109 'appears' to be a DCSO secure channel. But, I've only got 52 hits on it since December 2019. That doesn't mean much because I swap my logger in and out randomly between Douglas and Sarpy County. The RIDs I have logged are between 6025 and 6259 with a singleton at 9956 (which still matches with DCSO). No dispatch related TGs on there, at least to my monitoring...
Thanks, that’s great information. I noticed Metro 1 was being used on the OPPD tower I was monitoring as well, which is consistent with your observations. Would be nice if the OPPD sites were annotated as such in the DB to split them out from the LE sites that carry the bulk of the traffic.Metro talk groups should be able to be used on OPPD sites. Most other public safety talk groups are not allowed on OPPD sites. If a user is using say an LE Event talk group the radios attempt to affiliate to an OPPD site would be denied.
I don't know which talk groups or radios are or not allowed to affiliate to OPPD sites.
I believe on the radio it will say "NO COMMS"