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SKiatook PD bike patrol

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the Skiatook police reserves have been doing a night bike patrol on the weekend to crack down juvenile crimes... they are operating on 155.490 (simplex) for anyone close enough to monitor!
 
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I see their normal dispatch ops are on 155.250 and fire is nearby. I would be curious to know if that 155.490 (statewide) freq is their channel 2 and maybe used for talkaround??? I'm in OKC so I don't even know if they have two channels, but I doubt the bike patrol would be riding around w/o dispatch in their radios...
 

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Gilligan said:
I see their normal dispatch ops are on 155.250 and fire is nearby. I would be curious to know if that 155.490 (statewide) freq is their channel 2 and maybe used for talkaround??? I'm in OKC so I don't even know if they have two channels, but I doubt the bike patrol would be riding around w/o dispatch in their radios...
The cars usually use 154.540 at night for a car-to car (it's the school's channel); but the bike patrol decided to use 490 for their ops b/c it will keep the main PD side (250) clear, but dispatch could still monitor them (490 is in the console here).
 
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Two things:

1) We could submit the bike patrol and car/car freqs into the database.
2) If the school freq is in their cars, what else is, too? (channel plan, anyone?....)
 

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Gilligan said:
Two things:

1) We could submit the bike patrol and car/car freqs into the database.
2) If the school freq is in their cars, what else is, too? (channel plan, anyone?....)
Here's a rough channel plan , but I'll finish it when I get back to work Thursday:

1- Skiatook PD (155.250)
2- State net (155.490)
3- Skiatook FD (154.325)
4- Public Works (155.715)
5- Osage Co SO (156.210)
6- Tulsa Co Lowband (155.070)
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12- Skiatook Public Schools (154.540)
 

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SKiatook PD channel lis (cars)

1- Skiatook PD (155.250)
2- Mutual Aid (155.490)
3- Skiatook FD (154.325)
4- Skiatook Public Works (155.715)
5- Osage Co SO (156.210)
6- Tulsa Co SO (155.070)
7- Washington Co SO
8- Collinsville PD
9- Owasso PD (VHF)
10-Hominy PD
11-Pawhuska PD
12-Skiatook Schools (154.540)
 
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