PSAP Frequencies

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I know, in Orange County, at least that the PSAP's have headsets in which the local dispatcher talks to the Central dispatcher or call-taker. Is the voice communications done over radio frequencies, and if so, are they scannable?

I know that Wallkill PD has a frequency that says something to the effect of 911 link. Does anyone know of any others?
 

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sc8 said:
I know, in Orange County, at least that the PSAP's have headsets in which the local dispatcher talks to the Central dispatcher or call-taker. Is the voice communications done over radio frequencies, and if so, are they scannable?
No and no to both questions. The connection between the two centers is performed over dedicated ringdown lines.

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I know that Wallkill PD has a frequency that says something to the effect of 911 link.
All that "link" is a UHF (460.275R, 411) to VHF (159.135R, 118.8) crossband. The only other similair one I know of in the county is Crawford's (453.8125R, 0-01-115 to 159.135R, 118.8).

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Thats kind of what I thought.

Why though, does Wallkill need the cross band? If I recall correctly, Wallkill has a 100MHZ radio in their cars, for the sole purpose of hearing the polling channel.
 
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