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radioman2001

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Obviously someone needs to talk to their radio shop, since the officers and the author of this document believes that their channels are secure, when they are not. This is a common misconception among law enforcement when they go digital. Plus it brings up shortcomings of the departments policy and the officers of transmitting time sensitive information over the radio when in pursuit or during an investigation.
I am going to go out on a limb here, in that as usual the government wants to limit civilian rights so THEY can feel secure, rather than fix the problem which is the radio (encryption which I don't believe in) officer's common sense ( which would fix all the problems) and the courts dealing with the criminal.
 
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