01/04/12 123 W, 1 I - + 3 - 5 Raleigh Police Monitoring Guide

The fine folks at RadioReference.com and the particular person of Marshall Sherard have created a Raleigh Police Monitoring Guide. This is a web page/wiki page that's a great starting point for armchair (or mobile) listeners. (Bad guys who are reading can stop now. This won't interest you.) Raleigh police call signs are explained, as well as the different sets of talkgroups. For a more general overview of public safety radio monitoring in Raleigh and Wake County, see this second web page. Thanks to Marshall for passing along, for making the thing. Next question, can you partner with the The Slammer to add some beauty shots to the site?!? Happy listening.,,

about Radioreference for Wake County…Don’t waste your money on trying to monitor fire/ems channels, they are overrun with police traffic and you never hear a thing.
AB - 01/04/12 - 21:21

Whatever happened to the Raleigh/Wake Fire feed on that site?
Eric - 01/04/12 - 21:40

Thanks for the kudos Mike. As far as online feeds: I plan to help get 2 more feeds online in the next month. 1st up is a loooong overdue Durham FD online feed with a scanner provided by Jeff Harkey powering it. I am embarrassed to say that this has been in the works too long and needs to be up and running. 2nd is a dedicated Raleigh/Wake FD only feed with one of my scanners powering it. I am open to discussion on what talkgroups/channels need to be included in the Ral/Wake feed. My main goal is to try to prevent what AB complains about above: too many talkgroups in the rotation and you miss the important radio traffic. I am thinking Alert/Dispatch, PS TAC, OPS, and Mutual Aid only unless someone has better idea.
I will also putting together other RR.com Wiki pages based on a variety of NC based public safety monitoring topics. I am open to what others would consider informative Wiki articles or would use as a reference.
I can be reached at KE4ZNR-at-radioreference.com and Happy Monitoring!
Marshall Sherard KE4ZNR (Email) (Web Site) - 01/05/12 - 11:37

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