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Jackson County Public Safety and MSWIN

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 Jackson County Public Safety and MSWIN

Jackson County, Mississippi Sheriff's Office & Cities of Pascagoula, Moss Point, Gautier, Ocean Springs, along with MHP Troop K, and Department Marine Resources.
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Feed Notes

Welcome to the Jackson County Mississippi Public Safety and MSWIN live scanner feed. This feed is provided free of charge on a volunteer basis. This feed is on a dedicated computer system using a Dell Optiplex 745 running under Windows 7 Professional. The receiver used is the Uniden BCD436HP Digital Scanner. Feed Software is Proscan's RadioFeed version 2.7.  More information about Jackson County click on

Know who you're listening to.

This feed provides the ability to know who you are listening to. If you use the Scanner Radio Pro app from either the Android or itunes store you will be able to see the agency and channel information of who you are hearing. If you use a computer you can use iTunes, Winamp, or the Java based player to see the same information.

Who are you listening to?

Jackson County Trunked Radio System:

Jackson County Sherriff's Office:

 City of Pascagoula:

 City of Moss Point:

 City of Gautier:

City of Ocean Springs

County Wide Fire District:

County Wide Mutual Aid:


?Mississippi Wireless Integrated Network (MSWIN):

Mississippi Highway Patrol:

?Mississippi Department of Transportation Enforcement:

?Mississippi Department of Marine Resources:


This feed will not broadcast any agency's dedicated TACTICAL, SWAT, CID, NARCOTICS, TASK FORCE, channels & talkgroups. These are prohibited by Radio Reference's rules, and my personal ethics for the feed. The only channels/talkgroups that will be broadcasted are the primary & alternate dispatch. During special events like parades etc. there may be the addition of event channels for the duration of that event. For safety reasons there is a timed delay from an actual RF transmission to when it's sent out over the feed.

Rev. 1/27/2017