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Washington County Public Safety

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 Washington County Public Safety

Streaming Belpre Police/Fire/EMS, Washington County Fire/EMS, and Post 84 of the Ohio State Highway Patrol.
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Feed Notes

Welcome to the Washington County Public Safety audio feed.  Listen to all of the action right on your computer or smartphone; know what's going on and stay informed!

Request to feed listeners:  Posting links to this feed on social media (Facebook, Twitter, etc.) is welcome and greatly appreciated!  However, I respectfully request that you do not post what you hear on the feed to social media.  Thank you for your understanding and assistance.

The agencies

The agencies streamed in this feed include:

Belpre Police Department
Belpre Fire Department/EMS
Washington County Fire/EMS
Ohio State Highway Patrol Post 84

When a snowstorm approaches or other severe weather strikes the county, the following agencies will be added to the feed on a temporary basis only:

Belpre Road Department
Washington County Engineer (Roads)
ODOT District 10, Main
ODOT District 10, Washington County
ODOT District 10, Operations
Washington County EMA*
Southeastern Ohio EMA*

* = Emergency Management Agency

The radio

Agencies are monitored with a RadioShack PRO-106 scanner that is connected to a DPD Productions OmniX multi-band antenna.  The scanner sends audio to a dbx 166xs compressor/limiter/gate; the 166xs provides full quieting between radio transmissions and allows a higher overall audio level.  Audio is then sent to a Hewlett-Packard TouchSmart laptop via a Behringer U-CONTROL UCA202 audio interface.  The scanner provides alpha tag metadata to the thin client over a RadioShack USB-PC cable, and the thin client uses RadioFeed to send the audio & alpha tags to Broadcastify.  Alpha tags are available only in media players which support such tags; examples include Winamp and VLC Media Player.

Feed miscellany

The scanner, compressor, and thin client run on utility power, which is backed up by a two-stage uninterruptible power supply consisting of a battery and an automatic standby generator.  In the event of a utility power outage, the feed will stay up as long as my ISP's network remains online.

Additional comments

You can also listen to the feed on the go with your iOS or Android device!  Just download Gordon Edwards' FREE Scanner Radio app (highly recommended, and supports alpha tags!), which is available from the App Store and Google Play.

This feed is provided in accordance with the Broadcastify Feed Provider Terms of Service and the Broadcastify Law Enforcement Feeds - TOS Clarifications.

This feed is not provided by any of the agencies listed herein.  A person using the audio in this feed to further the commission of a crime can be prosecuted.  The public should NEVER never respond to the scene of a call or interfere with law enforcement or first responder personnel.

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!

Comments on the feed are welcome and wanted.

Thank you for listening, and I hope that you enjoy the feed!

10-code radio signals for Belpre Police and Fire/EMS

10-1 Receiving poorly - change location
10-2 Reception good
10-3 Stop transmitting
10-4 Acknowledge/will comply
10-5 Relay radio traffic
10-6 Busy
10-7 Out of service
10-8 In service
10-9 Repeat last radio traffic
10-10 Fight, (A) knife (B) firearm
10-11 Problem with dog or other animal
10-12 Stand-by
10-13 Subject in custody; 13 - special detail
10-14 Prowler
10-15 Civil dispute; 15 - warrant
10-16 Domestic dispute
10-17 Meet complainant
10-18 Complete assignment ASAP
10-19 Return to station; 19 - drunk driver
10-20 Current location
10-21 Return or place telephone call
10-22 Disregard
10-23 Arrived on scene
10-24 Assignment completed
10-25 Suicide
10-26 Detaining subject/expedite
10-27 Check driver OL record & info
10-28 Check vehicle license plate
10-29 Check subject/item/vehicle for WW & stolen
10-30 Illegal use of radio
10-31 Crime in progress
10-32 Man with a gun
10-33 Emergency
10-34 Riot; 34 - juvenile
10-35 Rape
10-36 Correct time
10-37 Suspicious vehicle
10-38 Stopping suspicious vehicle
10-39 Urgent - use lights & siren
10-40 Silent run - NO lights/siren
10-41 Beginning of shift
10-42 End of shift
10-43 Officer down; 43 - residence
10-44 Permission to leave patrol area
10-45 Robbery, (A) armed
10-46 Disabled vehicle
10-47 Traffic congestion
10-48 Breaking & entering, (A) in progress
10-49 Traffic light out
10-50 Auto collision - PD/PI/F
10-51 Request wrecker
10-52 Request squad
10-53 Murder
10-54 Drowning
10-55 Intoxicated driver
10-56 Intoxicated person
10-57 Hit-skip accident - PD/PI/F
10-58 Destruction of property
10-59 Escort
10-60 Stabbing
10-61 Bomb
10-62 Missing person
10-63 Prepare to copy
10-64 Theft
10-65 Shoplifter
10-66 Purse snatching
10-67 Lost child
10-68 Injured person/subject down
10-69 Assault
10-70 Fire
10-71 Advise nature of fire
10-72 Kidnapping/abduction
10-73 ADT alarm activated
10-74 Negative
10-75 Short change racket
10-76 Enroute
10-77 Shooting/shots fired
10-78 Officer request assistance (non-emergency)
10-79 Notify coroner
10-80 Notify chief
10-81 Notify photographer
10-82 Notify detectives
10-83 User of narcotics
10-84 Burglary, (A) in progress
10-85 Loud party/stereo
10-86 Stolen vehicle
10-87 Radar
10-88 Premises or residence check
10-89 Pick-up or drop-off officer
10-90 Bank alarm, (A) bank robbery
10-91 Unnecessary use of radio
10-92 Traffic stop or citation issued
10-93 Meal break
10-94 Drag racing
10-95 Meet with officer at
10-96 Mental subject
10-97 Out of vehicle on foot
10-98 Prison/jail break
10-99 Subject/vehicle wanted or stolen
10-100 Caution biohazard
10-0 Switch over (turn repeater off)