It seems that Roselle Park, NJ is NOT using their one and only radio frequency (158.835) to dispatch ALL of their police calls anymore. I know this for a fact because there was a minor car accident in front of my apartment in Roselle Park, NJ this past week. As soon as I heard the crash, I immediatly turned my scanner on to listen to the call get dispatched. Well, nothing was heard on their frequency for at least 3 entire minutes, but a police car did arrive at the scene anyway. I DID hear them contact headquarters that they have arrived though. This isn't the first time I've noticed this either. I was just wondering if it's LEGAL for them to contact the officers via cell phone or another non-radio method to dispatch calls?? I'm just confused because I thought they needed to record all radio dispatched communications just in case it needs to be reviewed in the future. Any feedback??