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Charles County Fire

Charles County Fire & EMS and may carry Mutual Aid Calls to adjacent counties, mostly limited to 1 Channel
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Charles Co Fire and EMS

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Mode

Channel Name

Channel Type

17040

D

10A1 Dispatch 

Fire Dispatch 

17056

D

10A2 Ops 

Fire-Tac 

17072

D

10A3 Incident 10 

Fire-Tac 

17088

D

10A4 Incident 11 

Fire-Tac 

17104

D

10A5 Incident 12 

Fire-Tac 

17120

D

10A6 Incident 20 

Fire-Tac 

17152

D

10E1 Special Events 1 

Fire-Tac 

17168

D

10E3 Special Events 2 

Fire-Tac 

17184

D

C10 MAR 3 

Fire-Tac 

17200

D

C11 MAR 4 

Fire-Tac 

17232

D

10A7 Incident 21 

Fire-Tac 

17248

D

10A8 Incident 22 

Fire-Tac 

17280

D

10B3 Incident 30 

Fire-Tac 

17296

D

10B4 Incident 31 

Fire-Tac 

17312

D

10B5 Incident 32 

Fire-Tac 

17328

D

10B6 Incident 40 

Fire-Tac 

17344

D

10B7 Incident 41 

Fire-Tac 

17360

D

10B8 Incident 42 

Fire-Tac 

17376

D

10E4 Special Events 3 

Fire-Tac 

17392

D

10E6 Special Events 4 

Fire-Tac 

17408

D

10E7 Special Events 5 

Fire-Tac 

17424

D

10E9 Special Events 6 

Fire-Tac 

17568

D

10A12 Marine Rescue A 

Fire-Tac 

17600

D

10A13 Marine Rescue B 

Fire-Tac 

17632

D

10B12 Emergency 3 

Emergency Ops 

848

A

Mutual Aid to Calvert 

Interop 

880

A

Mutual Aid 

Interop 

1584

A

10A12 Marine Rescue A 

Fire-Tac 

1616

A

10A13 Marine Rescue B 

Fire-Tac 

1648

A

10B12 Emergency 3 

Emergency Ops 

 

Most Charles County Fire and EMS channels are actively monitored by this feed*, the ones with A are Analog and may have lower Volume or distorted Audio, inherent in the type of Audio.

*NO Encrypted Channels "Monitored or Aired".  For perfect monitoring, it is best to invest in a scanner, giving the User, the best selection of traffic to monitor.   

It is REAL LIFE for all people involved; "context and comprehension" is imperative, tuning-in, in the last moments of an incident, MAY NOT lend either of those. Hours of active monitoring is important, events, may have, previously aired or not aired with "context clues," of either (an) Dispatcher's, Volunteer Firemen's & EMS, and/or Paid EMS's current demeanor. In no way, are all dimensions of a "Situation" presented on a 1-Dimensional Audio Device. To elaborate further, "previous events" may have induced "additional stresses" on People; which is inherent with constant dropping of adrenaline & testosterone into the human body; Until listener has experienced such, judgment should be reserved until: possibly weeks, months and/or even years later: Prejudgment and lack of context can be detrimental up-to and including Life; whether that be to the Community and/or it's First Responder Personnel.

 


Thank You to all of the local, mostly, Volunteer First Responders for your time and effort in our Community!


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 155.085 MHz still works as the Fire Dispatch frequency,
a rebroadcast of "10A1" in older Scanners,
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