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 Placer County Law Enforcement and CAL Fire

Placer County Sheriff, Auburn PD, Lincoln PD, Rocklin PD, CHP Green, Cal-Fire, and Placer Fire Dept
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Placer County Law Enforcement and FIRE

Frequencies Monitored:

Placer County Sheriff - 160.545
Auburn Police - 154.650
Rocklin Police - 156.030
Lincoln Police - 156.090
CHP GREEN - 45.360
CAL FIRE NEU West 151.325
Placer Fire West 154.355
LAWNET - 155.070

Placer County Law agencies work under a master CAD/Radio plan administered by Placer County. Most agencies in the county are either on CAD with Placer SO, or are at least using the radio identifier protocol set by the county.

Most agencies use a standard radio identifier (sometimes dropping the first number when on their local radio net) consisting of . The first number denotes the agency. The letter is the assignment of the unit. The last number is a sequential number assigned to the officer. Exception: PCSO uses a different system based upon beat assignments (explained below).

Agency List and Common Designators

  1. PCSO
  2. Auburn PD
  3. Rocklin PD
  4. Unused
  5. Lincoln PD
  6. Unused
  7. Roseville PD

Common assignments:
Items marked with (*) appear to be unique to Roseville PD

PCSO Unit Numbering System

Placer Co. Sheriff (PCSO) uses a numbering system based upon beat assignments, not officer ID’s. PCSO’s system uses a series, where the first number (1) denotes agency (PCSO), the second number denotes shift/watch, and the letter denotes beat assignment.

EXCEPTION: PCSO generally fields fewer units on graveyard, and they are assigned to zones rather than beats. Graveyard zones are 1-Lower (below Newcastle/Penryn) and 2-Upper (above Newcastle/Penryn). Graveyard units will usually have callsigns of 1-Mike-1, 1-Z-2, etc.


  1. Graveyard
  2. Days
  3. Swings


A- Auburn

B- North Auburn, Foresthill Bridge

C- City of Colfax contract

D- Auburn

E- East of Colfax/ Summit

F- Granite Bay/East Loomis (east of Barton Road)

G- I80 North of Auburn to Colfax

H- Foresthill resident deputy

I- Investigator

1 David #- SRO's

K- K9 (Can also be K-#)

L- Lincoln / Sheridan

M- (Mike) Graveyard unit assigned to a zone rather than a beat (possibly second unit in zone)

N- Narcotics

O- West Roseville

P- Town of Loomis contract

R- Roseville (unincorporated) / Granite Bay

S- Sergeant

T- Traffic unit in contract cities (Loomis [Tom-1]/Colfax [Tom-2])

U- Newcastle / Penryn

W- CSO's

Z- Graveyard unit assigned to zone rather than beat - Possibly the primary zone unit

Placer County Probation uses the prefix 82 followed by three additional digits. Example, '82114' pronounced 'Eighty-Two One One Four'

If a unit assigned to a beat is a K9 unit, the "King" is added to the beat (e.g. 13 Ocean King)

Location: Placer, CA

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