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Russell City Police, and Fire, Russell County Sheriff and EMS

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 Russell City Police, and Fire, Russell County Sheriff and EMS

(((Stereo Feed))) Left = KSICS Digital/Russell Site: Russell City Fire/Police, Russell County Sheriff/EMS Right = Russell Grant Rural Fire, Gorham, Lucas, Luray, Natoma, Paradise, Waldo First Responders

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Feed Notes

This is a STEREO FEED.  Left channel contains Russell City/County departments from the KSICS Digital system, right channel contains Russell-Grant Rural Fire, as well as Gorham, Lucas, Luray, Dorrance, Natoma, Paradise, and Waldo first responders/pagers on 155.085 analog.

KHP Troop D event channels are also included for coverage of events that cross between Russell and other counties.  Because of this, you may hear KHP events from other parts of the state.


Left:  RadioShack Pro-197 Digital Trunking Scanner, monitoring KSICS (Kansas Statewide Interoperable Communications System), Russell Site. This is an APCO-25 digital trunked system.  Alpha tags are provided via USB. 

Right: Uniden BC75XLT portable analog scanner locked on 155.085.  This unit does not support alpha tags.

Streaming computer:

Dell Optiplex FX170 "Thin Client", running a customized version of Windows XP and Proscan RadioFeed v3.2.  This computer is powered by a battery-backed DC power supply, which is capable of sustaining the feed through several hours of power loss. 


Talkgroups monitored:

4286: Russell County Sheriff Dispatch

4296: Russell County Sheriff - Event 1

4297: Russell County Sheriff - Event 2

4292: Russell County EMS Dispatch

4290: City of Russell - Police Dispatch

4294: City of Russell - Fire Dispatch

1260: KHP Troop D - Event 1

1261: KHP Troop D - Event 2

1262: KHP Troop D - Event 3

1263: KHP Troop D - Event 4

Local 10-Codes

10-1 Receiving poorly

10-2 Receiving well

10-3 Stand-by

10-4 Acknowledgement

10-6 Busy, stand-by

10-7 Out of service

10-8 In service

10-9 Repeat

10-10 Out of service, on call

10-11 Stay in service

10-12 Visitors present

10-13 Weather and road conditions

10-14 Escort

10-15 Have prisoner in custody

10-16 Pick up prisoner/papers

10-17 Nothing for you

10-18 Anything for us?

10-19 Return to station

10-20 Location

10-21 Call on phone

10-22 Disregard

10-23 Arrived at scene

10-24 Finished with assignment

10-25 Have contact with ____

10-26 Holding subject

10-27 Request driver's license/ID info

10-28 Check registration info.

10-29 Check for wanted

10-30  Does not conform           

10-31  Emergency basis 10-11        

10-32  Chase, all units stand-by                     

10-33  Emergency traffic            

10-34  Trouble at ______ all units respond            

10-35  Major crime, blockade        

10-36  No further assistance needed

10-37  No rush                      

10-38  Urgent (silent run)          

10-39  emergency (light & siren)                              

10-40  Fatality report

10-41  Send wrecker to _____        

10-42  Officer ____ at home         

10-43  Meet ____ at ____            

10-44  Investigate vehicle          

10-45  Investigate veh. & occupant  

10-46  Investigate drunk driver     

10-47  Auto accident (Property Damage)         

10-48  Auto accident (Personal Injury)         

10-49  Send ambulance to ____ 

10-77  No contact at all

10-95  Fight in progress at ____


Signal 30 No Record/Not Wanted

Subject Codes:

Code 1 White Male

Code 2 White Female

Code 3 Black Male

Code 4 Black Female

Code 5 All Others

Med Codes:

Green - Non Critical

Yellow - Moderate/Serious

Red - Life Threatening/Critical

Blue - Full Arrest

Black - Obvious Death/DOA

Orange - Mental/Suicidal

Miscellaneous things you'll hear:

"Public Service": Call on phone

"10-17 Checking": Officer safety check-in if there has been no radio traffic for an extended period