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Want to affiliate scan and monitor encrypted radio traffic? Heres the guide!!

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Recently ive noticed people wanting to monitor Dispatch Zone 1 - Districts 16 17, or just any encrypted channels. today im gonna teach you how, with 5 easy steps you can listen to encrypted channels. for this demonstration im gonna use Dispatch Zone 1 - Districts 16 17.

First, find out what you wanna hear, for me Dispatch Zone 1 - Districts 16 17
Second, Goto the counties website or the local PD website, Join CPD | Chicago Police Department
Third, send in an application to then be-able to become a recruit with the (in my case CPD) police department,
Fourth, hopefully they accept it and then you go to training.
Fifth, patrol the streets and monitor your encrypted radio traffic!!! WOOOO HOOOOO

This guide works most of the time as long as your application is good. thanks.

I hope this helps yall who wanna monitor encrypted traffic!!!!
 
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