What frequency do police use NZ?
Police operate a P25 trunked digital radio system in the ESB (VHF 138-144 MHz) and ESC (UHF 494-502 MHz) bands.
How do I find local scanner frequencies?
One way to find frequencies is by asking a retailer of police scanners. Local directories also help you find the information you need, since the frequency depends on which county or state you live in. But by far, the quickest and most accurate route is through the internet.
Are police scanners legal in NZ?
“While it’s not illegal to listen to police radio through a scanner, it is illegal to act [and] reproducing names, addresses and post registration numbers of vehicles breaches privacy, which is an offence.”
What is 1K police?
Drunk Custody/Detox Centre
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What are the scanner frequencies in New Zealand?
New Zealand Scanner Frequencies Back to Scanner Frequencies Auckland A Band AB Band Aircraft Ambulance C Band D Band E Band EE Band ESA Band ESB Band F Band Fire I Band K Band KK Band L Band M Band MS Band N Band Police Callsigns Police PRS RRD T Band TV Sound Bay Of Plenty Aircraft Ambulance Fire
Which is the most common police scanner frequency?
475: This is a more common frequency where many emergency communications of state and local officers happen. There are many other frequencies especially depending on which area you live in. For instance, you’ll find many sets of frequencies in the state of Alabama.
Which is the best band for scanner frequencies?
Back to Scanner Frequencies Auckland A Band AB Band Aircraft Ambulance C Band D Band E Band EE Band ESA Band ESB Band F Band Fire I Band K Band KK Band L Band M Band MS Band N Band Police Callsigns Police PRS RRD T Band TV Sound Bay Of Plenty
What are the police callsigns in New Zealand?
Taranaki Aircraft Ambulance Fire Police Callsigns Police Waikato Aircraft Ambulance Fire Police Callsigns Police PRS RRD Utility Back to Scanner Frequencies