Phil Advise Us of Your Pursuit

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peterjmag

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Phil when you get back on here advise us what happened with the pursuit since you got
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I am not sure what I can say yet, other than a deputy was in a pursuit, there was a bad wreck and EMS transported 1 patient, and lifeflight transported 1.


I will add more once I find out what is being released.
 

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ch 8 called me and asked if id come in to go cover it, i declined..i heard an 18 month old child may have been in the car????
 

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Creek Co deputies got into a pursuit near Kellyville, driver wrecked out, driver and adult female passenger are ok, 18 month old and another young juvenile were transported to a hospital in Tulsa, the 18 month old by lifeflight. other child has been released, 18 month old is in critical condition. Driver is in custody.

Mark, We are suppose to refer all media to Troop B so I am not sure what else they are releasing, if you want to check.

was anybody listening to Creek Co 800 when this happened? I'd like to find a recording if there's one out there.
 
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phil_smith said:
Was anybody listening to Creek Co 800 when this happened? I'd like to find a recording if there's one out there.
Don't you guys recoed your own stuff!
Also I would like to say that you did a good job in not blatantly releasing info before it was officially allowed, it says a lot for your character and helps us keep this website out of more trouble from others who don't understand our hobby. Thanks
 

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Freqed said:
Don't you guys recoed your own stuff!
Also I would like to say that you did a good job in not blatantly releasing info before it was officially allowed, it says a lot for your character and helps us keep this website out of more trouble from others who don't understand our hobby. Thanks

We do record EVERYTHING, but i was just wondering if one of you guys may have it (it will be alot easier to get a personal copy that way!)

thanks, Freqed, I didn't want to risk getting anyone into trouble, mainly myself! :lol:
 

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phil_smith said:
We do record EVERYTHING, but i was just wondering if one of you guys may have it (it will be alot easier to get a personal copy that way!)

It is common practice, and probably the case with Phil, that only management has access to recorded data, thus making it harder to get a copy unless there is a valid reason for needing it. I know if I'm asked for it, there will normally be questions asked regarding the need for it and the intended use of it. It's often not hard to get, but it's usually not as simple as just asking for it. :)

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being in the media i should know,but i dont,,how do these reporters get copies of the 911 tapes? you would think a dispatcher could get one easily????
 

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mfolta1 said:
being in the media i should know,but i dont,,how do these reporters get copies of the 911 tapes? you would think a dispatcher could get one easily????

In some cases, with some agencies, the call data is considered public records, and can be obtained by taking the proper steps. In other cases, the agency will voluntarily release the data. In other cases, it can be much harder to obtain.

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911 tapes are public information, I learned that the hard way. Most of the current systems are digital and are recorded through a computer and network system. Those have to copied off by an administrator so dispatchers don't have access.
 

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911 tapes are public information, I learned that the hard way. Most of the current systems are digital and are recorded through a computer and network system. Those have to copied off by an administrator so dispatchers don't have access.

That's nice. Some comm. centers have a small device hooked to the recorder where you can play back the last 10-15 calls that came in. That feature is very handy and should be mandatory. I've had great success using one of those.
 

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AsstChief said:
911 tapes are public information, I learned that the hard way. Most of the current systems are digital and are recorded through a computer and network system. Those have to copied off by an administrator so dispatchers don't have access.


that is exactly the case. I wish we had what 2bravo is describing, or at least the same access to the recording program the supervisor does.
 

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phil_smith said:
that is exactly the case. I wish we had what 2bravo is describing, or at least the same access to the recording program the supervisor does.

I think the device was made by Zetron. I don't remember the name or model number but I could do some digging and find it. Picture this though, officer screaming for help out of the blue....Yells something about he's got my radio and he's hitting me with it, gives out a location really fast and one of your coworkers happened to have the TV turned up too loud when that went out..or, the phone was ringing and someone was talking when that went out.

You just lost your chance to hear his location due to environmental conditions.

That scenario is not far fetched, it actually happened to someone here in the Tulsa metro area years ago.

Picture that same scenario with a pilot who puts out a mayday out of the blue and it was hard to hear him. Hearing those Lat/Longs correctly could make the difference between help arriving quickly or help being delatyed and possibly lives lost. It would sure be nice to instantly play back that traffic.

Training has to be done to make sure it isn't used as a crutch though for a dispatcher who doesn't control their comm. center well. Well, food for thought guys. Later...
 

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Twobravo said:
I think the device was made by Zetron. I don't remember the name or model number but I could do some digging and find it. Picture this though, officer screaming for help out of the blue....Yells something about he's got my radio and he's hitting me with it, gives out a location really fast and one of your coworkers happened to have the TV turned up too loud when that went out..or, the phone was ringing and someone was talking when that went out.


Zetron makes one of these, as do many of the other companies,
Dictaphone ((Shudder)) Digital loggers, Eventide (Eventide makes
one that allows you to slow the recording down, WITHOUT degrading
the audio) etc.

They are a great tool in dispatch centers
 

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We have an Eventide but admin has the keypad locked so we can not access it. If it was not locked we could go back and listen to phone or radio conversations. It is so wonderful to be trusted.
 

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phil_smith said:
Creek Co deputies got into a pursuit near Kellyville, driver wrecked out, driver and adult female passenger are ok, 18 month old and another young juvenile were transported to a hospital in Tulsa, the 18 month old by lifeflight. other child has been released, 18 month old is in critical condition. Driver is in custody.


I have a zip file with ALL the radio recordings in .mp3 format from this incident now, PM or email me and I will send you a copy.
 

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