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KSP Post 6 and Grant County Law Enforcement


  
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KSP Post 6 and Grant County Law Enforcement

Kentucky State Police Post 6 P25 UHF. Grant County Sheriff, Dry Ridge PD, and Williamstown PD on P25 VHF. Note - The KSP system is multicast so you will hear their dispatch traffic for all Post 6 counties.
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Two systems are being scanned here:

1.  Kentucky State Police Post 6 on a state owned P25 453./460 MHz digital system.

2.  Grant County Sheriff, Dry Ridge PD, and Williamstown PD all on a county owned P25 155 MHz VHF digital system.

Note - The KSP system is multicast so you will hear their dispatch traffic (Troopers, KY Fish & Wildlife) for all Post 6 counties. Dispatchers can key both systems simultaneously if needed. Many of the troopers can talk on the county system if needed.

Units:

### or #### = usually a KY State Trooper

75## = KY Fish & Wildlife officers (yes they have police powers)

R### = Dry Ridge PD

S9## = Sheriff's units

W4## = Williamstown PD

Adam units are Ark Security. Rarely heard as they operate on the Ark's MotoTRBO DMR system, but they can use the County LE system if needed.

Example:  Sam 932 would be a deputy sheriff. Robert 701 would be a Dry Ridge PD unit. William 402 a Williamstown PD unit. 717 would be a Trooper. The first letter is a loosely enforced system to prevent radio ID conflicts with KSP units that could share the same radio ID number. Some units are more professional on the radio than others....some tend to forget their prefix.

Slowly working on the audio levels. Balancing the two different systems is not easy. Some units have better voices and or mic technique than others. Such a digital scanner stream will never sound as good as a well setup analog system.

Yes the Radio Ref frequency listing for the county is an inaccurate mess.