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Posted: Thu Sep 24 2020, 12:12pm
Posted by: Dave3825usPosts: 961
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As of april, I have 4 rid's of 1995xxx and 1996xxx and they are showing 2/8pct and 2/8 admin tg's. These were just logins , not grants.
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Posted: Thu Sep 24 2020, 08:11pm
Posted by: Darkstar350Posts: 757
Location: Central Nassau
Joined: Mon Aug 18 2014, 10:57pm

Dave3825us wrote ...

As of april, I have 4 rid's of 1995xxx and 1996xxx and they are showing 2/8pct and 2/8 admin tg's. These were just logins , not grants.


Oh ok - i saw those IDs on the 2/8 as well so perhaps something to do with the 2nd/8th pct or a village/township agency in the area
They are similar to BSO IDs but not exact

The ambulance that was on TG 10011 was Ambulance 2357 to be exact so that would be a 7th pct. ambulance
And i think the "5"(235x) ambulances are the station ambulances so this is interesting

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Posted: Fri Sep 25 2020, 12:47pm
Posted by: Dave3825usPosts: 961
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I had this wiki bookmark from a while ago. [link]

The department operates 18-26 Demers Type I and Braun Type-III modular-style ambulances on any given day, each designated a four digit unit number of the pattern 23xx. For frontline ambulances, the final number matches the precinct the ambulance is assigned to. For example, an ambulance assigned to the fourth precinct would follow this model: 23x4. The third number is chosen at the discretion of headquarters and can be any single digit number, so long as an ambulance with that designation is not already in service. Spare ambulances do not follow this system.

Here are tg's that I need to figure out and label. I know some have been mentioned in this thread so I will back track first.

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Posted: Fri Sep 25 2020, 03:33pm
Posted by: Darkstar350Posts: 757
Location: Central Nassau
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Ive been trying to follow the 50xx TGs a bit more

Pretty sure that TG 5002 is Prisoner transport as well as the dispatch for TG 5010/5011
The units that call in on TG 5002 usually identify with 5xx numbers
They also use a radio code - i cant tell if they say "10-14" or "10-40" but multiple units seem to transmit that at around 0900 every morning so it may be a type of signing on the air code
Still not positive what the difference between 5010 and 5011 is aside from 5011 is much more active - however it may be that TG 5010 is a different area or different number units because i logged RID 3700340 on TG 5011 who identified as "Unit 314" and i also saw the same ID on TG 5010 where as most of the units on TG 5011 seem to be in the 320s and 330s
The activity on both TGs seem to be dealing with some type of county codes such as orders of protection and vacant buildings

Heres all the RIDs i confirmed so far - its also a bit hard to follow because the unit that calls in to dispatch tends to transmit multiple units (for example: "Unit 321 322 and 323 are en route to address" ) but the dispatcher will then answer the unit who called by their number -

RID 5001 Dispatcher "Central"
RID 5002 Dispatcher "Central"
RID 815140 Unit 514 (TG 5002)
RID 815500 Unit 534 (TG 5002)
RID 3700260 Unit 322(TG 5011)
RID 3700270 Unit 337(TG 5011)
RID 3700320 Unit 323(TG 5011)
RID 3700330 Unit 338(TG 5011)
RID 3700340 Unit 314(TG 5010 and 5011)
RID 3700350 Unit 324(TG 5011)

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Posted: Sat Sep 26 2020, 02:39am
Posted by: Darkstar350Posts: 757
Location: Central Nassau
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Update: now it seems the units on TG 5010/5011 are actually identifying with 93xx# (for example: unit 322 is actually 9322)
But maybe sometimes it gets cut off or they just say the 3xx for short...
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Posted: Sat Sep 26 2020, 06:31pm
Posted by: Dave3825usPosts: 961
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Darkstar350 wrote ...

Still not positive what the difference between 5010 and 5011 is aside from 5011 is much more active - however it may be that TG 5010 is a different area or different number units because i logged RID 3700340 on TG 5011 who identified as "Unit 314" and i also saw the same ID on TG 5010 where as most of the units on TG 5011 seem to be in the 320s and 330s



You might be right about that. I have had oyster bay site running for 3 days and tg 5010 has not been seen at all even when tg 5011 is showing xp.

What site are you monitoring? I really need a better ant on the house. Right now its cut for 7/800 mhz.
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Posted: Sun Sep 27 2020, 01:17pm
Posted by: Darkstar350Posts: 757
Location: Central Nassau
Joined: Mon Aug 18 2014, 10:57pm

Dave3825us wrote ...

Darkstar350 wrote ...

Still not positive what the difference between 5010 and 5011 is aside from 5011 is much more active - however it may be that TG 5010 is a different area or different number units because i logged RID 3700340 on TG 5011 who identified as "Unit 314" and i also saw the same ID on TG 5010 where as most of the units on TG 5011 seem to be in the 320s and 330s



You might be right about that. I have had oyster bay site running for 3 days and tg 5010 has not been seen at all even when tg 5011 is showing xp.

What site are you monitoring? I really need a better ant on the house. Right now its cut for 7/800 mhz.



I monitor all sites but most of the activity is still on the 500mhz sites

I only pick up the control channels on the 7/800mhz sites for the most part

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Posted: Wed Sep 30 2020, 12:15am
Posted by: Darkstar350Posts: 757
Location: Central Nassau
Joined: Mon Aug 18 2014, 10:57pm

So i assume TG 5010/5011 are the replacements for the county Probation TGs from the EDACS system



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Posted: Fri Oct 09 2020, 03:12am

Posted by: PFD MikePosts: 431
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I'm seeing the 5xxx talkgroup are active on the 800 side of this system.

Some of the TG's is saw (in no particular order).
5010
5015
5008
5002
5016
5021
5017
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