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What frequency does the PA State Police use?

FCC Licenses Matching Name: “Pennsylvania State Police”

Entity Callsign Frequency
Pennsylvania State Police KN9796 151.49000
Pennsylvania State Police KXH351 154.66500
Pennsylvania State Police KXH351 154.66500
Pennsylvania State Police KXH367 154.66500

Are all police radio codes the same?

There is no truly universal or official set of police 10 codes. Therefore, the meaning of a particular scanner code or signal can vary between one police jurisdiction and another.

What are the standard 10 codes?

Official Ten-Code List Association of Public Communications Officers (APCO)

  • 10-0 Caution.
  • 10-1 Unable to copy — change location.
  • 10-2 Signal good.
  • 10-3 Stop transmitting.
  • 10-4 Acknowledgement (OK)
  • 10-5 Relay.
  • 10-6 Busy — stand by unless urgent.
  • 10-7 Out of service.

What is a 10 42 code?

This particular code is used to indicate an officer’s end of tour. While 10-42 is most frequently used when an officer has completed his tour of service for the day, it is also used in conjunction with funeral proceedings when an officer has been killed in the line of duty.

Are police scanners legal in Pennsylvania?

There are no regulations pertaining to the use of police scanners in either Pennsylvania or in Pittsburgh, so they’re effectively legal.

What is a 10 27 in police code?

10-27 Driver’s license check. 10-28 Vehicle registration request. 10-29v The vehicle wanted in connection W/crime.

How to find the police frequencies in Pennsylvania?

Below are any Pennsylvania statewide conventional or trunking systems followed by Pennsylvania police frequencies sorted by county. To find your local Pennsylvania police frequencies, navigate to your county and enter the frequencies you find into your police scanner.

What are the 10 codes of the PA State Police?

History Pennsylvania State Police (PA) 10-Codes From The RadioReference Wiki 10-1 Receiving Poorly 10-2 Receiving Fine 10-3 Stop Transmitting 10-4 Received, Acknowledgment 10-5 Relay to 10-6 Busy 10-7 Out of Service 10-8 In Service 10-9 Say again last message 10-10 Negative 10-11 On Duty 10-13 Existing Conditions

Is the PA state police VHF gear narrowbanded?

VHF gear was narrowbanded and is maintained as a back-up to PA-STARNet. Primary operations are on this system, but migration to P25 Phase 2 is underway. PSP operations are migrating to this system.

Are there any PSP stations that still use PA StarNet?

As of early 2011, all PSP stations are now using the PA-STARNet OpenSky system for routine dispatch. Occasional traffic can still be heard on the old VHF dispatch channels, the Mobile-Mobile channel, and the various tac channels. VHF gear was narrowbanded and is maintained as a back-up to PA-STARNet.