Sacramento Regional Radio Comm System - Abbrev.s

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mkewman

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alright, there's tons of abbreviations in the tg listings, so can we clearify them? pweez?

for SSD (sacramento sheriff department) theres:
CMMET
CNET
CRIPS
HIDA
NID
SIIB

in county services, theres
R T P
WM&R - waste management and recycling
HHS Pharmacy - obviously a pharmacy, but what is HHS?

in los rios theres:
CLETS

SacPD has,
EOD

City Services has,
EOC

Sac County Fire has
COMM (obviously communications, but what are they used for?)


lets work together to clarify these for those who don't know them.
 

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CRIPS = Crank Rock Impact (or something close to that...don't remember the exact acronym)

CMMET = Cal Major Meth Enforcement Team

R T P = Sac Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant (off Franklin Blvd in Elk Grove)

E O D = Explosive Ordnance Disposal

E O C = Emergency Operations Center

COMM = County Central Operator. If Fire also runs channels called that, I don't know what they're for. The County operator does after-hours animal control, roads, security, etc. dispatching. A clearinghouse for all things County.

CLETS = Cal Law Enforcement Telecommunications System (how we run records checks. basically would indicate a records channel)

mkewman said:
alright, there's tons of abbreviations in the tg listings, so can we clearify them? pweez?

for SSD (sacramento sheriff department) theres:
CMMET
CNET
CRIPS
HIDA
NID
SIIB

in county services, theres
R T P
WM&R - waste management and recycling
HHS Pharmacy - obviously a pharmacy, but what is HHS?

in los rios theres:
CLETS

SacPD has,
EOD

City Services has,
EOC

Sac County Fire has
COMM (obviously communications, but what are they used for?)


lets work together to clarify these for those who don't know them.
 

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RolnCode3 said:
CRIPS = Crank Rock Impact (or something close to that...don't remember the exact acronym)
LOL! I love SSD's sense of humor!

I program scanners for District 6 deputies occasionally. This sounds like an acronym they would use. Good old SSD!
 

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HHS = Health and Human services (hhs.gov)
SIIB = Special Investigations Intelligence Bureau
HIDA = High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area
 
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RolnCode3 said:
CRIPS = Crank Rock Impact (or something close to that...don't remember the exact acronym)
Crack Rock Impact Program Sacramento
 

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Complete list

Oops, left one off the list...

CNET = Centralized Narcotics Enforcement Team

I'll post what Bill and I both posted in a complete list so we can see if anything was left out.

CNET - Centralized Narcotics Enforcement Team
CMMET - Cal Major Meth Enforcement Team
CRIPS - Crack Rock Impact Program Sacramento
HIDA - High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area
NID - Narcotic Investigations Division
SIIB - Special Investigations Intelligence Bureau

R T P - Sac Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant (off Franklin Blvd in Elk Grove)
WM&R - waste management and recycling
HHS Pharmacy - Health and Human services

CLETS - California Law Enforcement Telecommunications System

EOD - Explosive Ordnance Disposal
EOC - Emergency Operations Center

COMM - County Central Operators
 
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Clemars & Calcord

While not used specifically in the Sacramento trunk, another acronym floating around out there is CLEMARS
California Law Enforcement Multi-Agency Radio System.

There is another which I'd like clarified - CALCORD.

Thanks,
George
 

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CALCORD - California On-Scene Coordination Channel

Mainly used for fire incidents. You'll hear this used as a ground contact channel for any air units.
 

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CLERS - Calif Law Enforcement Radio System
KPF - Known Persons File
NCIC - National Criminal Information Center
 

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AOT - Advanced Officers Training
CALCORD - California On-Scene Coordination Channel
Cal-MMET - California Multi-Jurisdictional Methamphetamine Enforcement Team
CCAT - Career Criminal Apprehension Team
CERT - Cell Extraction Resonse Team
CERT - Community Emergency Response Teams
CII - Criminal Identification Index
CINT - Critical Incident Negotiation Team
CLETS - Cal Law Enforcement Telecommunications System (state database/dmv)
CLERS - Calif Law Enforcement Radio System
CRIPS - Crack Rock Impact Program Sacramento
CSI - Crime Scene Investigator
CSO - Community Service Officer
DHS - Dept Homeland Security
DVRT - Domestic Violence Response Team
EOC - Emergency Operations Center
EOD - Explosive Ordnance Disposal
EVOC - Emergency Vehicle Operations Course
FIREMARS - Fire Mutual Aid Radio System
FSP - Freeway Service Patrol
HHS = (dept) Health and Human services
HIDTA - High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area
ICS - Incident Command System
III - Interstate Identification Index
KPF - Known Persons File ( local systems )
MAIT - Multidisciplinary Accident Investigation Team
MCI - Mass Casualty Incident
NCIC - National Criminal Information Center (national database)
NLETS - National Law Enforcement Telecommunications System
NID - Narcotic Investigations Division
POP - Problem Oriented Policing
SACCATS - Sacramento County Auto Theft Suppression Task Force
SJTTF - Sacramento Joint Terrorist Task Force
SART - Sexual Assault Response Team
SED - Special Enforcement Detail
SHARP - SHeriff's Amateur Radio Program
SIIB = Special Investigations Intelligence Bureau
SVHTCTF - Sacramento Valley Hi-Tech Crimes Task Force
VIPS - Volunteers in Partnership with the Sheriff
WEAVE - Women Escaping a Violent Environment
 

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CLETS (California Law Enforcement Telecommunications System

CLETS is an interesting system and provides quick and valuable information to California Law enforcement agencies. In the "old days", access to the system was made by the various law enforcement dispatch centers using a teletype machine. Here's a posting I found on the DOJ website concerning one of the men insturmental in it's development, and reference to the 3 main data bases the system uses.

Frederick N. Howser, 22nd Attorney General:
Born in Nebraska on April 11, 1905. Prior to being elected to Attorney General, he served two terms as Assembly member for the 71st District, then was appointed District Attorney for Los Angeles County. During his tenure as Attorney General, at the outbreak of the Korean War, Howser worked to step up efforts to improve communication between Washington and the West. CLETS (California Law Enforcement Telecommunications System) was evolved, providing over 700 enforcement and criminal justice agencies access to the computer files in the DOJ, DMV and the Nat'l Crime Information Center. He was married to Helen Sten, and had one son. Died April 26, 1987, in Orange County.
 

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CLEMARS= C alifornia
L aw
E nforcement
M utual
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R adio
S ystem


154.9200 - Gold 1
154.9350 - Gold 2
155.4750 - Gold 3 - (aka: NLEMARS)
460.0250 - Gold 4 & 5
39.4600b/45.86m - Gold 6 & 7
868.5125 - Gold 8 & 9

866.2000 - Gold 20 - Northern California
484.2375 - Gold 22 - Los Angeles Basin

The Gold desigantion refers to CHPs color coding of the channels. Dont ask what 10 thru 19 are, dont know- thought I saw somewhere way back when that they were the old CNG LEAF Channels on 399.xxxx but this is all from memory anyway so ymmv.

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badambu said:
COMM Means Command on Sac City & Sac Metro Fire.
Actually "COM" means command on the Fire channels (FCOMA1). COMM as listed on the local government groups (COMM1, COMM2, COMM3, and COMM4) have nothing to do with Fire...they're the County Central operator.
 

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How about "LAR"
I've heard LAR referenced several times during standoff situations.
The positioning of LAR units in relationship to cross fire. Possibly a long rifle
or sharp shooter ?? Just guessing..

-Thanks, Eric - n6oim
 

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LER - Law Enforcement Rifle (although it does sound like an "A", but this is what I've been told the acronym actually is) And, yes, it is an AR-15 patrol rifle.
 

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This thread has been quiet for a while, but it's a good one and I've thought of a few more to add...

SMHC (pronounced "shmick"): Sacramento Mental Health Center
RCCC/R3C (or "R tripple-C"): Rio Cosumnes Correctional Center
WET Center: Warren E. Thornton Youth Center (basically a juvenile hall, houses female wards of the court)
711 G: Sac Sheriff's headquarters, downtown
 
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antfreq said:
KPF - Known Persons File
Technically now it's known as Known Persons System (it used to be Files). I guess it's to distinguish from the days when they were actually physical files, before automation. They must've kept the F in the acronym for old time's sake or something.

But most people don't have any clue what it stands for, just about EVERYBODY simply calls it KPF.
 
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