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Kitsap County Law Enforcement and Fire


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Kitsap County Law Enforcement and Fire

Kitsap County Sheriff, Port Orchard PD, Bremerton PD, Poulsbo PD, Suquamish PD, Bainbridge PD, Port Gamble PD, WSP Kitsap. Central, North and South Kitsap Fire, Bremerton, Bainbridge, Poulsbo Fire.
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Feed Notes

This feed is all of the law enforcement and fire agencies in the county.  Listed out it will include:

Law Enforcement Information

North: Kitsap County Sheriff's Department will be 001-299 for badge numbers, and will have a designator of Nora, Lincoln, Paul Tom, Mary, Union or Young.  Poulsbo Police will have 600-699 badge numbers, and will be Sam, Paul or Victor units.  Bainbridge Police 800-899, and will be Sam or Paul units.  Suquamish Police: 900-999 Badge Numbers and will be Sam, Paul or Henry units.  Port Gamble Police Department will be 1100-1199 and will be Sam, Paul or Victor units.  Port Gamble Natural Resources will be 1800-1899 and will be Henry units.

South: Kitsap County Sheriff's Department will be 001-299 for badge numbers, and will have a designator of William, Frank, Edward for the central area. John, George, Ida for South area.  Will also be in as Paul Tom, Mary, Union or Young for other patrols.  Port Orchard Police will be 700-799 and will be Sam, Paul or Mary.  

Bremerton Police:  Bremerton is the only agency on this channel, and will be 400-599 badge numbers.  Their designators can be William, Nora, Charles, Frank, Edward, Victor, Mary, Young, Sam, Adam, Paul, Tom or David. 

For more info about specific agencies, or unit designators, please see the Kitsap County Wiki

 

 

Fire Information

Fire 1: Tones/Voicing only.  Towers are voted based on proximity to the station being toned out, not all tone out's will be clear on this feed.

Fire 2: Repeated/Simulcast.  This frequency is used for day to day fire operations, and is called a response or working channel.

Fire 3: Simplex channel used as a tactical channel for large fire only operations such as structure fires.  This is a simplex frequency and is not repeated.  Depending on the location of the fire, you may not be able to hear the actual units.  Dispatch will repeat all fire traffic on this channel, so you will not be missing any radio traffic.

Fire 4: Simplex channel used as a tactical channel for large fire only operations such as structure fires.  This is a simplex frequency and is not repeated.  Depending on the location of the fire, you may not be able to hear the actual units.  Dispatch will repeat all fire traffic on this channel, so you will not be missing any radio traffic.

Fire 5: Simplex channel used as a tactical channel for large fire only operations such as structure fires. 

Tac 7: Repeated/Simulcast.  This is a tactical channel and is used for joint operations when LE and FIRE are working together such as a water rescue, or large scale planned event like a festival.

 For more info about specific agencies, or unit designators, please see the Kitsap County Wiki

 

Scanner Setup Information

The Setup on this feed is fairly simple.  Scanner is a PRO-2004 feeding a Windows Server 2003 system using the 2004 line out and PC line in.  Antenna Setup is a 30' mast with a RS 20-176 and 50' of RG6/QS coax. 

Right now I can effectively get about 20-50 miles, depending on where the signal is coming from, and how much power is behind it, the furthest I I have been able to pick up clearly was 135 miles to Seaside, OR on an repeater being used by an amature club.  If there is anything you might want to see in the Kitsap/Mason/Jefferson/?? Area please let me know.