WA Police Service Frequencies and Callsigns

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

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Re: WA Police Service Frequencies and Callsigns

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Re: WA Police Service Frequencies and Callsigns

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Have recently seen vehicles JS178 and JN178 in Cannington district. What are these cars?
Does the n/s stand for north and south?
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Also JN173?
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Re: WA Police Service Frequencies and Callsigns

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I'm trunk tracking the Mandurah VKI repeater and I've noticed a lot of the radios calling have IDs that begin with 2109, which means their callsign begins with UI (Uniform India). I've never heard or seen that callsign before, and there's been a lot of units with that 2109xxx ID come up, anyone know anything about it?
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