Pike County Sheriff, Fire and EMS, KSP Post 9
Pike County Sheriff, Fire and EMS, KSP Post 9
General Mobile Radio (GMRS) License - WQVI216 - East Kentucky Linked Repeater System, Pike County ARES Net, District 9 is in Kentucky ARES Region 4 which also includes Districts 8 and 10, All Regional Airports Including Overhead Aircraft.
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Kentucky laws regarding the use of a Scanner Radio: http://www.lrc.ky.gov/Statutes/statute.aspx?id=18715
Mobile Scanner and Radar Detector laws for the U.S.: http://www.fireline.org/scanlaws/
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"I would like to thank all law enforcement, fire personnel, and EMS personnel for their bravery, dedication, and service to our community. You are greatly appreciated!"
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This public safety scanner feed was created for the purpose of informing the public in extreme emergency situations. Like the Raccoon flood of July 2010 in Pike County and the Johnson County Kentucky flood of July 2015. Pike County Kentucky Amateur Radio Ares Net. And the Eastern Kentucky Amature SkyWarn Radio Network. All the repeaters in the Eastern Kentucky Region have been linked together in case of an emergency. Trained and Certified Advanced Storm Spotter Training linked to the Storm Spotter Network, Also Reporting to the National Weather Office in Jackson Kentucky.
Pike County Scanner Master - Kentucky: Skywarn weather spotter training certificate.
Steps to Becoming A Skywarn Spotter: The National Weather Service encourages anyone with an interest in public service and access to communication, such as amateur radio, to participate as a Skywarn storm spotter. Volunteers include police and fire personnel, dispatchers, EMS workers, public utility workers and other concerned private citizens. Individuals affiliated with hospitals, schools, churches, nursing homes or who have a responsibility for protecting others are also encouraged to become a spotter. https://www.weather.gov/skywarn/
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(Pike County Scanner Master) Kentucky https://www.facebook.com/PikeCountyScannerMasterKentucky/
(East Kentucky Amateur Radio Skywarn Net) https://www.facebook.com/Eastkyskywarn/
We use Scanners, Software Defined Radios and portable Radios to provide incidents as it happens (We post only information we receive over the air on the radio, scanner, etc we go on the same information that we post). We will do our best to keep everyone up to date as possible as we receive the information through comments or individual posts.
Computers and equipment:
(East Kentucky Ham Radio Nets)
: Thursday's at 8:00 pm EDT-145.150/R 127.3Hz – The Pike County ARES Skywarn Net. *E Ky. Link System* Net Controller, Allen Epling, Located in Virgie Kentucky.
: Nightly 10:00 pm EDT – E. Ky. Link System – The Friendship Net. *E Ky. Link System* Net Controller, Daniel, Located in Louisa Kentucky.
(Pikeville Amature Radio Repeaters)
145.1500- 127.3 Pikeville Pike K4PDM OPEN
224.5800- Pikeville Pike WB4F OPEN
224.6200- Pikeville, Cider Poor Farm Ridge Pike KD4DAR OPEN
444.2000+ Pikeville Pike KD4RTR OPEN
444.3750+ Pikeville Pike KD4DAR OPEN
444.4750+ Pikeville Pike AD4BI OPEN
(Prestonsburg Amature Radio Repeaters)
145.3100- 127.3 Prestonsburg, Abbott Hill Floyd KC4KZT OPEN
224.7200- 203.5 Prestonsburg Floyd WR4AMS OPEN
444.6000+ 100.0 Prestonsburg Floyd KB8QEU OPEN
(Paintsville Amature Radio Repeaters)
147.2250+ 127.3 Paintsville, Starfire Hill Johnson KY4ARC OPEN
441.5250+ 127.3 Paintsville Johnson N4KJU OPEN
443.8250+ 127.3 Paintsville Johnson KR4MT OPEN
(Whitesburg Amature Radio Repeaters)
145.3500- 186.2 Whitesburg, Pine Mtn Letcher KM4IAL OPEN
224.9600- 203.5 Whitesburg Letcher KK4WH OPEN
(Louisa Amature Radio Repeaters)
147.3900+ 127.3 Louisa Lawrence WA4SWF OPEN
(Phelps Amature Radio Repeaters)
147.0900+ 100.0 Phelps, Dick's Knob Pike N4MWA OPEN
444.5750+ Phelps Pike N4MVY OPEN
(Allen Amature Radio Repeaters)
147.3000+ 123.0 Allen Floyd K4ICN OPEN
SYSTEM DESCRIPTION: The Kentucky Department of Military Affairs Radio System (DMARCS) is a statewide VHF High Band Two Way Radio System designed and operated to provide Direction and Control (Command and Control) communications from any location statewide back to the Kentucky Emergency Operations Center (EOC). The system uses frequencies licensed and awarded by the US Army and the Department of Defense.
DMARCS consists of 53 repeaters statewide organized into 13 Communications Zones and interconnected by the KEWS Microwave Network. KYEM consolidated their operating Regions from 13 to 11 effective 01 September 2009 in reponse to a state government mandate to cut costs. The original 13 Communications Zones appear to be intact and provide 95% mobile radio coverage statewide.
DMARCS was upgraded during 2007 to an APCO 25 Digital Multicast encrypted two-way radio system. DMARCS depends on the KEWS network. To provide emergency communications with the loss of all or part of the KEWS network, all DMARCS VHF Repeaters default to repeater mode allowing for local communications around the repeater.
In addition to the 53 statewide repeaters, DMARCS includes VHF Base Stations at 52 Armories and KYEM Area Offices. All of these sites have or have access to full time emergency power.
To support a New Madrid Earthquake scenario, DMA has worked to create portable point to point VHF links to replace the loss of portions of the KEWS network between Elizabethtown and Wendell H Ford Regional Training Center (WHFRTC) near Greenville, KY and between WHFRTC and far Western KY. DMA and KYEM have successfully tested the use of airborne portable repeaters to conduct voice communications between the EOC and far Western Kentucky. Exercising has identified the need for a 100’+ portable tower for reliable voice communications between WHFRTC and Paducah.
DMARCS can also be augmented with several portable VHF Analog and digital portable repeaters that are easily transportable. All DMARCS portable and mobile radios are programmed with the state mutual aid channels.
REPEATERS ARE LISTED BY EMA DISTRICT RATHER THAN COMMUNICATIONS ZONE.
> System can be keyed to talk directly to the Emergency Operations Center in Frankfort or to use each repeater locally.
> Kentucky Civil Air Patrol has the capability to utilize this system
> All licenses for the former Disaster and Emergency Services VHF-Low system have been terminated and the system has been dismantled.
> Unless a specific area is to be monitored, it is recommended that NO NAC be programmed into the scanner load in order to monitor the entire system.
> NACs other than normal communications zone operations have been identified as follows:
037 - Unknown
290 - Unknown
293 - National Guard
4C5 - Unknown
FFF - Unknown
KYEM REGION 8: Breathitt, Floyd, Johnson, Knott, Letcher, Magoffin, Martin, Perry, Pike, Wolfe
|139.51250||RM||101 NAC||KYEM-12||SIGNAL KNOB||P25||Emergency Ops|
|139.91250||RM||101 NAC||KYEM-35||HAZARD||P25||Emergency Ops|
|139.71250||RM||101 NAC||KYEM-40||JACKSON||P25||Emergency Ops|
|139.66250||RM||091 NAC||KYEM-65||PAINTSVILLE||P25||Emergency Ops|
|139.96250||RM||091 NAC||KYEM-88||PIKEVILLE||P25||Emergency Ops|
|139.46250||RM||091 NAC||KYEM-SAL||SALYERSVILLE||P25||Emergency Ops|
|460.48750||WPRH487||RM||67.0 PL||KYEM-CBR||PIKEVILLE (Cross Band Repeater)||FM||Emergency Ops|
KYEM REGION 9: Bell, Clay, Harlan, Jackson, Knox, Laurel, Lee, Leslie, Owsley, Rockcastle, Whitley
|139.21250||RM||111 NAC||KYEM-14||BARBOURVILLE||P25||Emergency Ops|
|139.81250||RM||111 NAC||KYEM-15||MANCHESTER||P25||Emergency Ops|
|139.61250||RM||101 NAC||KYEM-30||HARLAN||P25||Emergency Ops|
|139.76250||RM||111 NAC||KYEM-47||LONDON||P25||Emergency Ops|
|139.86250||RM||111 NAC||KYEM-54||MIDDLESBORO||P25||Emergency Ops|
|139.06250||RM||111 NAC||KYEM-67||DOANS RIDGE||P25||Emergency Ops|
|139.99250||RM||111 NAC||KYEM-78||WILLIAMSBURG||P25||Emergency Ops|
|139.56250||RM||101 NAC||KYEM-MCC||OLD LANDING||P25||Emergency Ops|
KYEM REGION 10: Adair, Casey, Clinton, Cumberland, Green, Lincoln, McCreary, Pulaski, Russell, Taylor, Wayne
|139.71250||RM||051 NAC||KYEM-17||SPURLINGTON||P25||Emergency Ops|
|139.46250||RM||121 NAC||KYEM-56||MONTICELLO||P25||Emergency Ops|
|139.66250||RM||121 NAC||KYEM-70||SOMERSET||P25||Emergency Ops|
KYEM REGION 11: Bourbon, Clark, Estill, Fayette, Garrard, Jessamine, Madson, Nicholas, Powell, Woodford
|139.96250||RM||131 NAC||KYEM-06||ROTTEN POINT||P25||Emergency Ops|
|139.61250||RM||131 NAC||KYEM-45||LEXINGTON||P25||Emergency Ops|
|139.51250||RM||131 NAC||KYEM-68||RICHMOND||P25||Emergency Ops
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