WA Police Service Frequencies and Callsigns

Frequencies, Callsigns and discussion on the WA Police Service radio (VKI)

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Thanks CHEV4EVR for the updated information!
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QUESTIONS FOR JOB CODE 432

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JUST A QUESTION FOR ANYONE OUT THERE I WAS LISTENING TO MY SCANNER WHEN I HEARD A REPORT OF A EXPLISION BUT I DIDNT HEAR THE JOB CODE GIVEN BUT THE LIST SAY ITS A 432 BUT A PIROTY 4 DIDNT SOUND RIGHT AS JB105 ROCKED UP IN MINUTES..

DOES ANY ONE KNOW WHY AND EXPLISON HAS BEEN GIVEN A PIROTY 4?

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Post by munchkin1981 »

432 is a Grass Fire / Explosion Report not priority 4
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Post by Toottoot »

Heres a link for some interesting reading.

http://www.police.wa.gov.au/ABOUTUS/New ... fault.aspx
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Post by coopsau »

The best way to understand the job codes is to take the first number out of the job. The first number relates to the priority and the following two number are standard right throughout the list of priorities.
http://warsug.info/viewtopic.php?t=3&st ... 0514bad90e

so ur saying that this is wrong
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What are the 34.3000000 GHz Radio determination frequencies used for?
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Very useful..

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I found the police freqs list very useful :)

Now i can slowly train my mind up to remember which channels have which RPT's and are located in what locations.
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Post by Lucas_arts_182 »

i also found the list to be extreamly helpfull thanks :)
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Toottoot wrote:What are the 34.3000000 GHz Radio determination frequencies used for?
Found them
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Post by donks »

anyone know whats going on with Freo Channel 469.000. Hav not heard anything all day on that channel.

anyone able to shed some light?
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Post by spartacus »

are the frequencies at the beginning of the thread

( http://vk6hgr.echidna.id.au/warsug/freq ... -metro.pdf )

the transmit or receive frequencies of the receptor???
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Post by Toottoot »

Usually the frequencies listed are that of the repeater ie RX = repeater recieve, TX is repeater transmit.
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Post by Lucas_arts_182 »

have the police repeaters got ctcss tones on them , perhaps that would be a way of stopping unauthorised people from using them ,because i remember ch 50 had a problem with idiots getting on there and causing havoc
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I believe that was due to a radio being stolen.
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Post by Fastlane »

Lucas_arts_182 wrote:have the police repeaters got ctcss tones on them , perhaps that would be a way of stopping unauthorised people from using them ,because i remember ch 50 had a problem with idiots getting on there and causing havoc
CTCSS isnt going to stop anything. Most modern scanners will scan for which tone is in use. It isn't an access control method.. just controls the opening of the squelch.
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