Waller County Sheriff Dispatch
Waller County Sheriff Dispatch
Waller County (800Mhz) Dispatch for Sheriff's Office, EMS, Fire, Waller PD, Hempstead PD, Prairie View PD, Brookshire PD
Waller County (800Mhz) Sheriff Office Primary, Law Enforcement Dispatch for Waller County, Texas
This feed is captured from the Hempstead, TX tower site of the TXWARN Motorola Type II Smartzone Trunking System (800Mhz Rebanded) by a Uniden BCT8 Scanner in my Amateur Radio Station in Monaville, TX. Callsign KF5JMD
Misc Feed Info:
1XX Units = Hempstead PD
2XX Units = Waller PD
5XX Units = WCSO Sherrif / Deputy
6XX Units = WCSO Reserve Deputy
7XX Units = Brookshire PD
8XX Units = Prairie View City (not PVAMU Campus) PD
11XX Units = Constables Precint 1
14XX Units = Fire Departments (various/all)
16XX Units = First Responders and Misc Other
22XX Units = Constables Precint 2
25XX Units = Texas State Trooper DPS Highway Patrol
33XX Units = Constables Precint 3
44XX Units = Constables Precint 4
Medic 10,20,30,40,50 Units = EMS Ambulance
600 = WC Jail
S1 = EMS Supervisor
LifeFlight 1-6 = Various LifeFlight (Memorial Herman) Helicopters
DPS102 Unit = DPS Helicopter
*Brookshire PD 7XX Units added on trial basis 11/2014
*note: PVAMU Campus PD and Brookshire PD, which are also in Waller County, are not included in this feed, reason is too much radio traffic from those two agencies, they have their own active separate Dispatch's and will need separate feeds setup. Also note Waller County TxDOT was on this system, but as of 2012 moved to a Apco P25 Digital System out of Houston Area. No scanner support here for P25, may look into it for Future for sure.
**note: To monitor this tower site with your own scanner you will need a newer scanner that supports the 800Mhz Rebanding. Although this is an old Motorola Trunking System originally tracked with Trunktracker I scanners, the older TrunkTracker I and II scanners will not track the trunk because of the new frequency spacings used after the Rebanding. This Tower was Rebanded in Fall 2011. A Trunktracker III might work (some, like Uniden BCT8, check for Rebanding support for your model scanner) a Trunktracker IV will certainly work fine to track this trunking system.
***note: Per RadioReference.com Terms of Agreement, this feed does not include, TAC, NARC, Investigator, or other semi-private, mission critical, or sensitive information talkgroups/backchannels on this system. This Feed is for the Primary Dispatch of the above listed units and more units that are not listed. If sensitive type information is ever heard on this feed, the dispatch and/or the unit are not using TAC, they are on the Primary Dispatch. If the dispatch/units go to "TAC" and you cannot hear them, that is because TAC is not provided on this feed, you will hear them resume normal radio traffic when they return to Primary.
This feed is received about 13 miles from the Tower Site (Hempstead, TX) in Monaville, TX area using an Omni-directional scanner antenna at around 25 feet in air and a Uniden BCT8 Scanner. Reception is much improved now at the current location as of 12/14/2013.
Old Scanner Malfunctioned, replaced on 01/06/2014. The old one had malfunctioned (distorted audio) from time to time over the last couple years, it finally got real bad so I replaced it with a 100% tested never had a problem ever scanner, works great now!