Lawton Police, Fire, and EMS
Lawton Police, Fire, and EMS
Broadcasting: Lawton Police, Lawton Fire Dispatch/Firegrounds, OHP Troop G (Lawton), and County Sheriff. See Information Page/Feed Notes for for further details.
Status: Feeds will go down at 7:00am on Friday 3/22/2019, and be down most of the day for maintenance, and installation of backup power equipment. Feeds should be up by that evening. Thank you for your patience.
Windows 10, Uniden BearTracker Mobile Tracking Scanner with GPS Support- (BCT15X), VB-Audio Virtual Cable, RadioFeed Streaming Client with AlphaTags Broadcast, Network Protection/DB Signal Noise Filter--APC Back-UPS NS 1080VA
Simulcast Sub-System: Rebanded Site: 019 Name: Lawton County: Comanche Primary: 859.71250 Secondary: 869.71250 Freqs: 851.2375 851.4875 853.2875 853.5125 853.5375 853.7875 856.7125 857.7125 858.7125 859.7125c 860.7125a.
The use of this feed is for entertainment, and hobby enthusiast purpose only. Any actions that result in misuse or illegal activity, is solely based on the end user's actions. The end user assumes ALL responsibility, and liability for information obtained, and or used from this feed. By no means, can this provider be, or is responsible for any misconduct or actions that may arise from this information source. This feed is not provided by or affiliated with any Police; Sheriff; Highway Patrol; Fire, or Emergency Medical Services heard. Remember that the use of this audio to further the commission of a crime is a criminal offense in the State of Oklahoma.
DEC HEX Mode Alpha Tag Description
58640 e51 A LawtonPD Dis Police Dispatch
58672 e53 A Lawton PD B Police CH B
58704 e55 A Lawton PD C Police CH C
61360 efb A Lawton Fire Lawton Fire Dispatch *Includes EMS Dispatch*
61392 efd A LawtonFrgnd1 Lawton Fireground 1
61424 eff A LawtonFrgnd2 Lawton Fireground 2
44176 ac9 A OHP LawtonG1 OHP G-COMM
59088 e6b A CommncheCoSO CommncheCoSOA
In order to view who is transmitting (AlphaTags) you must be using a compatible program. Below are a few, but not all.
Scanner Radio by Gordon Edwards (Android) (IOS) --- https://play.google.com/stor/ap/details?id=com.scannerradio&hl=en
Broadcastify (Android) (IOS) --- https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.radioreference.broadcastify&hl=en
Winamp (PC) --- http://www.winamp.com/
The way I have this feed set up is by Priority Levels. All channels are on Priority Level 2 so you can get as much of the same conversation as possible without another channel cutting in, however if a situation occurs, and I am monitoring I will change the priority level on the channel that has that situation occurring to Priority Level 1 so regardless of who is transmitting on another channel if someone starts talking on the Priority Level 1 channel it will automatically go to it so you won't miss the action. This is also where the alphatags come in handy so you can view who is transmitting.
From time to time if (Newsworthy) events occur in the area, and I am monitoring. I will broadcast an alert so listeners will know what is going on. I will generally keep the alert up for 15 to 25 minutes. But do keep in mind that once a situation occurs, depending on the sensitivity of the situation most Police Departments switch to channels, or other forms of communication that are not allowed to be broadcasted through Broadcastify's Terms of Service Agreement.
Here are the Lawton, OK Police Department 10-Codes so you can understand what is being said on the feed.
10-Codes Link --- https://www.lawtonpd.com/community/10code.html
If there is a problem with this feed (Audio Garbled, AlphaTags Not Displaying, Low Volume, etc...) Please use the following link to let me know. Include your e-mail address, and a good description of the issue so I can narrow the scope of what is occurring on my end. It is my mission to provide the listener with as clear a reception as possible at all times (Atmosphere Willing), but problems do arise, and I will provide my best effort to resolve any issues that may occur.
Problem Link --- http://www.broadcastify.com/problem/?feedId=23489
The nature of scanner radios ("hopping" quickly between channels") is that messages very often lack continuity with each other, and consecutive messages are often from separate sources, and totally unrelated to one another. In other words, one message may be from a police dispatcher to an officer, and the very next one perhaps from one firefighter to another about a completely different matter. So a sequence of messages may or may not be related to one specific event. (Written by Anonymous user on Broadcastify)
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