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State Police Unit Numbers

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Can someone help with Maine State Police unit numbers.? I use to have them, but there have been some changes in recent years. I think 100's are Troop A, 200's Troop B, 700's Turnpike.
What about 1200's, 1800's, 2100's, etc. ??? Does anyone have a list ?
 
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Can someone help with Maine State Police unit numbers.? I use to have them, but there have been some changes in recent years. I think 100's are Troop A, 200's Troop B, 700's Turnpike.
What about 1200's, 1800's, 2100's, etc. ??? Does anyone have a list ?
I know they changed 700 to 200 a few years ago then back to 700. I don't know of any updates but here is what I have from an old list.

0-99 Admin
100 - A
200 - B
300 - C
400 - D
500 - E
600 - F
700 - G - Turnpike
800 - K - Comm Veh
900 - J
1000
1100 - K - Traffic
1200 - CID
1300 - Fire Marshall
1400 - Liquor Enforcment
1500 - Corrections
1600 - Attorney Gen
1700 - Fed Law Enfocment
1800 - Marine
1900 - Human Services
2000
2100 - 2500 Marine Warden Service
3100 - DEA
4100 - 4400 MFS
 
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Got a question. Is all SP on one channel? I have ME SP Gray in my radio and I can't quite get out the conversations other than "Gray to 613" or in the morning "613 (mileage I think) and 10-8." I'm unfarmiliar with their channel and don't get the best reception. Also, are they a repeater?
 
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Got a question. Is all SP on one channel? I have ME SP Gray in my radio and I can't quite get out the conversations other than "Gray to 613" or in the morning "613 (mileage I think) and 10-8." I'm unfarmiliar with their channel and don't get the best reception. Also, are they a repeater?
MSP in Gray 155.1600 no pl uses multiple repeaters in Oxford, Cumberland and York countys but only broadcasts on the closest to the trooper. So sometimes the signal my be stronger than others. They also use Regional Nets to communicate. I can hear the one in Oxford on 155.5500 pl 192.8 and their is one listed in York as 155.5800 and one in Cumberland as 155.5350, if they are using pl it would be 192.8. MSP on the turnpike also use 151.0700 pl 107.2 in the Portland area and 160.7700 at both ends of the pike (north and south) pl 110.9 or 123.0. When they first sign on their shift (10-8) they have to log in the ID# of the MDT. Hope this helps.
 
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Had a weird ID come across Waldo SO prime 156.030 this morning asking for a radio check.

3970 came across asking for a radio check. The signal was pretty scratchy but readable. Does anyone on here know who that might be?

I am guessing its affiliated with Maine state police as they regularly deal with Waldo during traffic stops or inter-agency stuff.
 
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