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Does anyone happen to have the "new" frequency(ies) for the Winnebago PD? I haven't heard a peep out of them on 154.725 for the past few months. I can only assume they have switched to BIA frequencies.

For what it's worth I can still hear fire and EMS pages/chatter on 39.9, but no PD.

TIA,

Tim
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Their license no longer exist in the FCC database. I would agree with you that they are on a federal freq. I too have only heard Columbus PD when I travel that way.

You might try scannig 163-172mhz. I would assume they would stay on high band for same coverage and radios.

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Tim,
Try 158.85 mhz. for Winnebago PD and I believe Pender?, Emerson? or Thurston Co.? on 159.15 mhz.
Kenny
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Omaha Nation does us 158.85. They talk quite a bit but they use Transcrypt Encryption like Cass County, NE. They don't use it all the time but about 1/3 of the time it is in use


Pender Police, and Sheriff Office use 159.15 and 159.105.

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