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West Central Minnesota Counties Public Safety

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 West Central Minnesota Counties Public Safety

Chippewa, LQP, Yellow Medicine, Swift, Big Stone Counties All 5 counties, Law Enforcement, EMS, Fire, State Patrol, Parks, and snow plows -(seasonal
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Uniden BCD996XT- 800 MHZ  trunking P25 digital scanner, using a shared feed for all listed agencies.  The antenna system is at 60ft.  The feed is using 2 antennas, one for VHF/UHF and the other is an 800 MHZ beam.  The scanner is in ID-Search mode, at present.  Meaning that it is picking up everything it hears.  Including out of area agencies, such as MNDOT, and St. Cloud State Patrol.     All agencies are on 800 MHZ.  For your viewing pleasure, download WINAMP for free--- it will display on your screen, which agency is talking-live.

Remember that the scanner does not track conversations.  Because of this, it may be very difficult to follow a speciific event.  This station resides very near  2 transmitting stations, that running over 100 watts, and are over 100 ft tall.  As a result, I do get overload on my scanner, on occasion.  Remember, this is a voluntary service, not a mandated one.  If you have complaints, visit


This feed will be off-line on Sunday nights, to give the equipment some well deserved rest.