REQ: NYC PD/Fire Freqs.

REQ: NYC PD/Fire Freqs.

Post by Erich Berm » Wed, 06 Dec 1995 04:00:00

Hello All,

I will be visiting New York City soon and am planing on taking a wide
band ham handy talkie along to listen in on the public service
frequencies.  In preparation for this trip, I have researched, through
various resources, a good number of frequencies.  My problem is in
determining which of the many frequencies that I have are ones that I
really want to spend time listening to.

I will be staying at a hotel in midtown Manhatten, near Times Square.
If you have information about police dispatch, squad to squad, fire,
fire ground or just about any active, interesting frequencies within
earshot of midtown, I'd appreciate your reply.

Erich Berman

 
 
 

REQ: NYC PD/Fire Freqs.

Post by POS » Thu, 07 Dec 1995 04:00:00



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EB>I will be staying at a hotel in midtown Manhatten, near Times Square.
EB>If you have information about police dispatch, squad to squad, fire,
EB>fire ground or just about any active, interesting frequencies within
EB>earshot of midtown, I'd appreciate your reply.

 Erich Berman;
Here some

          New York City Frequencies
          *************************

 New York City Police Frequencies
 --------------------------------
Frequency     Division     Precincts
---------     --------     ---------

              Manhattan
              ---------
476.5625     div  1        1,5,7,9
476.3375     div  20       6,10,13
476.5875     div  3        MTS,17,MTN
476.3125     div  4        19,20,CPP,24
476.3625     div  5        26,30
476.8875     div  5n       34
476.6375     div  6        23,25,28,32
470.7875          -          TAC

                Bronx
                -----
477.0625     div  7        40,44
476.9625     div  7a       42,46,48
476.9125     div  8        41,43,45
476.6625     div  9        47,50,52
476.4375          -        Bronx Zoo
471.0375          -        Bronx TAC

              Brooklyn
              --------
476.4625     div 10        60,61,62
476.4125     div 11        68,72,76,78
477.0875     div 12        67,69,71
476.8625     div 12a        63,66,70
476.9875     div 13        73,75
476.7875     div 14        77,79
476.7625     div 15        84,88,90
477.1375     div 14a       81,83,94
470.9625         -         Brooklyn TAC

               Queens
               ------
477.1125     div 16a       103,105,113
476.4875     div 16b       107
476.9375     div 16b       109
477.0125     div 16b       111
476.8125     div 17        110,114,115,108
477.0375     div 18        104,108,112
476.5375     div 19        100,101,102,106
470.9875         -         Queens TAC

            Staten Island
            -------------
476.6125     div  20       120
476.3875     div  22       122,123
470.9125          -        Si TAC

              City Wide
              ---------
470.8375         SOD       H-WAY/S.O.D.
476.7375        CW - 1     Man/Bx
476.6875        CW - 2     Bklyn/Qns/SI
470.8625        CW - 3     H-Way/SP-OPS

              Notes
              -----
          CW = Citywide
         MTS = Midtown South Pct.
         MTN = Midtown North Pct.
         CPP = Central Park Pct.
      S.O.D. = Special Operatins Division
 NYPD Special Events  470.7875/.8625/.6875/CW1 & CW2
 ---------------------------------------------------
      Special Operations Division
      ---------------------------
Primary SOD/Hway            470.8375
Detectives - 1              470.7625
Detectives - 2              471.1375
Commissioner                470.8125
Intelligence                470.7375
IAD/Field Control           471.0625
Public Morals               471.0125
City Wide 4                 470.8875
Radio Shop                  471.1125
Street Crime/MTA            470.6625
HQ/Houseing/Det/TAC         476.7125
Auxiliary Police            476.8375
Police Boats                156.850
Traffic                     474.1625-?
                            474.1875-?

             Narcotics
             ---------
Citywide Reapetor           470.6375
Tac - 1                     473.9373
Tac - 2                     473.7125
Tac - 3                     473.6875
Tac - 4                     470.9375
Tac - 5                     470.1375
Tac - 6                     471.0875
               Note
               ----
  Some of the Tac Channels are also used for
  Ploice HQ/ Detectives/ Intelligence/ Iad and
  Emergency service units
  ==============================================

 New York City Police / Interwatch / Interlock
 ---------------------------------------------
Manhattan 13 pct Base interlock       471.7375
Manhattan cp pct Base interwatch      478.7625

  NYC Department of Corrections
  -----------------------------
Transportation Units        471.2625
Rikers Island Security      470.9125

 New York City Fire Department Frequencies
 -----------------------------------------
Queens Fire             154.400/153.770
City Wide Fire          154.430/153.890
Brooklyn Fire           154.370/153.950
Bronx & S.I. Fire       154.190/154.070
Manhattan Fire          154.250/154.010

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Post by POS » Thu, 07 Dec 1995 04:00:00

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   Fire Portable/ Fire Ground
   --------------------------
F - 1                   153.830 Primary
F - 2                   154.430 Secondary
F - 3                   153.770
F - 4                   154.010
F - 5                   153.950
F - 6                   154.070
F - 7                   153.890

       Fire Marshals
       -------------
F - 1                   460.575
F - 2                   460.625

 New York City Transit Police Department
 ---------------------------------------
Citywide Command RMP's  160.695
Manhattan South         160.905
Manhattan North/Bronx   160.500
Queens                  160.965
Brooklyn                160.305
Staten Island           470.4375

 New York City Transit Subway/Rail Operations
 --------------------------------------------
Power Section/Emer      470.3875
IRT Division            161.190
BMT Division            161.505
IND Division            161.565
Yard Operations         160.845
Maintenance/Signals     156.105
Maintenance of way      470.4875

 Triboro Bridge and Tunnel Authority { TBTA }
 ---------------------------------------------
 Operations Bridge       453.550

 New York City Emergency Medical Service
 ---------------------------------------
City Wide EMS              478.0125
Bronx South EMS            477.8375
Bronx North EMS            478.2125
Queens EMS                 477.9125
Brooklyn Central EMS       478.2625
Brooklyn North EMS         477.8625

EMS Telemetry Control      462.975/462.950

EMS 800 MHZ Operations     856-860.9875
Citywide/Manhattan/Brooklyn/Brooklyn South
Staten Island/ISU/Boro Boards/etc on 800 mhz

 NYC Department of Parks and Recreation
 --------------------------------------
Park Rangers / Maint        151.295
Park Rangers Enforcement    151.205
Park Rangers Enforcement    151.175

 NYC Board of Education
 ----------------------
School Safty Operations     471.4125
School Safty  TAC           471.8125
School Safty  TAC           474.8125

 Port Authorty Police New York / New Jersey
 ------------------------------------------
Central Police Desk         453.400
Port Authorty Airports      453.650
JFK/World Trade Center      453.375
Bridges and Tunnels         453.800
Lincoln Tunnel              150.995
Lincoln Tunnel              153.755
Bus Terminal                151.115

Path Police Operations      161.040
Path Train Operations       160.470
Path Maint/Emer             161.460
Path Maint                  161.535

World Trade Center/JFK      470.5625
World Trade Center          470.5875
World Trade Center/Newark   470.6125

 Long Island Railroad Police
 ---------------------------
Police F - 1                160.455
Police F - 2                160.605
Penn Station/ Flatbush      160.320

 Metro North Police         161.220
 ------------------

Helicopters
-----------
Heliports        123.050
Laguardia-TCA    126.050
Kennedy-TCA      125.250
Newark-TCA       127.850

Intrepid Air \ Space Museum
---------------------------
F-1 467.1125 \ F-2 467.8625

 News Media/Working Press
 ------------------------
WABC-TV
-------
Local News Desk             455.050
Local ENG/IFB Audio         450.1125

WNBC-TV
-------
Local News Desk F-1         161.670
Local News Desk F-2         161.700
Local ENG/Live Remote       455.550
Local ENG/IFB Audio         450.3875
Newtwork Crews              450.5375

WCBS-TV
-------
Local News Desk             450.050
Local ENG/IFB Audio         450.2875

WNYW-TV FOX
-----------
Local News Desk             450.1875
Local ENG/Live Remote       450.850

WPIX-TV
-------
Local News Desk             455.150

WWOR-TV
-------
Local News Desk             450.4875
Local News Copter           450.250

Shadow Traffic
--------------
Metro Operations            452.975
Suburban Operations         453.000

Metro Traffic
-------------
Primary Operations          450.8125

N.Y. Daily News
---------------
Photo News Desk             173.325

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Post by POS » Thu, 07 Dec 1995 04:00:00

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Notes:
There are other media frequencies but
ther on 800 mhz trunk and some use
the cell phone for assiments


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Post by POS » Thu, 07 Dec 1995 04:00:00


EB>I will be visiting New York City soon and am planing on taking a wide
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 Erich Berman; more
N.Y.C Fire Department Radio Code Singals

10-1  Call your quarters (or other unit, if so instructed).
10-2  Return to your quarters.
10-3  Call the dispatcher by telephone.
10-4  Acknowledgement.
10-5  Repeat message.
10-6  Stand by.
10-7  Verify address.
10-8  In Service by radio
      Without Code
      Code 1
      Code 2
10-9  Off the air.
10-10 What is your location?
        Ascertain the location of ........
10-11 Request for radio test count.
10-12 First arriving unit,  give  preliminary.
10-14 Breakdown  of  apparatus.
10-18 Return all units except engine
      (squad) and ladder company
      required at the scene.
10-20 Proceed to box location at
      reduced speed.
10-21 Brush fire.
10-22 Outside rubbish fire.
10-23 Abandoned/Derelict Vehicle fire.
10-24 Auto fire.
10-25 Manhole or Transformer Vault fire.
      Code 1 Manhole fire extended to building(s).
      Code 2 Blown manhole cover(s) or
             smoke issuing under pressure.
             F.D.  standing by.
      Code 3 Smoke seeping from manhole -
             condition less severe than code 1 or 2.
10-26 Food on stove.
10-27 Compactor Fire. (Fire did not extend from compactor
      or shaft.)
10-28 Fire in subway or Railroad system.
      Code 1 Fire in tunnel or in other underground area.
      Code 2 Fire above ground or in open cut.
      Note:  Use appropriate code as information becomes
      available
10-31 Clogged incinerator.
10-32 Defective oil burner.
10-33 Odor of smoke (includes nearby
      working fires and friendly fires, such as
      barbeques, salamander, etc.)
10-34 Sprinkler malfunction.
      Without Code
      Frozen, damaged pipe; or not covered by codes 1, 2,
      or 3.
      Code 1 Sprinkler Malfunction (surge in pressure, alarm
      valve defective).
      Code 2 Working on system
      Code 3 System activated by friendly fire or other heat
      source not associated with an accidental fire.
10-35 Automatic Alarm System Emergency
      Without Code
      Use for other than codes 1, 2, or 3.
      Code 1  Defective Alarm  Device/System
      Code 2  Unwarrented alarm (no defect, cigarette
              smoke, low battery alarm signal, etc.)
      Code 3  "Recorded" alarm (no cause for alarm.)
10-36 Auto Emergency
      Code 1 Accident and/or washdown Gasoline Spillage.
      Code 2 Accident - No Gasoline spillage.
10-37 Assist Civilian  (Applies whether or not F.D. related).
      Code 1 Elevator emergency.
10-38 Steam leak.
10-39 Water condition.
      Code 1 Water leak in Structure.
      Code 2 Broken water main in street.
10-40 Utility Emergency
      Without Code
      Situation is other than as described in code 1 or 2.
      Code 1 Gas Emergency. (Gas Main leak: Uncontrollable
             gas leak in structure)
      Code 2 Electrical Emergency. (Wires down; sparking
             fixture; short circuit.)
10-41 Incendiary or Suspicious fire - Notify Fire Marshal.
      Code 1 Occupied structure. Definite
             indications of incendiarism.
             Fire Marshal to respond.
      Code 2 Occupied structure.
             While no definite indications of
             incendiarism,  witness and/or
             other civilians have information
             that may be of value. Fire
             Marshal to respond.
      Code 3 Vacant building.
             Heavy volume of fire indicates
             definite incendiarism. Fire
             Marshal  to respond as other
             priorties permit.
      Code 4 Vacant  building.
             Obviously incendiary and it
             appears that there is very little
             chance for information  leading
             to same.  Notification  for  Fire
             Marshal's evaluation.
10-44 Request for public ambulance.
10-45 D.O.A. or possible D.O.A.
      Code 1 Victim deceased.
      Code 2 Victim possibly deceased.
      Code 3 Victim suffering serious injuries
             which may lead to decease of the person.
10-47 Request for Police.
      Assistance (Specify).
10-48 Request for Police.
      Assistance (Harassment).
10-51 Cancellation of all outside activities
      for thie period.
10-59 Water Pressure Alert - Phase I.
10-60 Water Pressure Emergency - Phase II.
10-68 Restrict use of telephone, voice alarm
      and radio to absolute minimum.
10-70 In Line Pumping.
10-75 Reuqest for 3 engines (2 engines and
      1 squad) 2 ladders, and a Battalion Chief response.
10-76 Request for the response of four engines, four ladders
      one rescue company, two Battalion Chiefs, one
      Deputy Chief and the Field Communications Unit for
      a fire in a High Rise Building.
10-77 Request for the response of one additional Deputy Chief
      two additional Battalion Chiefs, one additional Rescue
      Company, the High Rise Unit, a Command Post Company and
      the Mask Service Unit for a fire in a High Rise
      building.
      Note: As used herein for signals: 10-76 and 10-77 the
      term "High Rise building" includes all buildings over
      100 feet in height except Class A multiple dwellings.
10-80 Hazardous Materials incident.
      Code 1 A hazardous material incident which involves
             a severe hazard or extremely large area and
             which will require expert assistance from
             specialized agencies.
             An incident where evacuation may last for a

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Post by POS » Thu, 07 Dec 1995 04:00:00

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             prelonged time.
             An incident where numerous civilians are
             injured or exposed.
      Code 2 A hazardous material incident involving a lesser
             hazard or a smaller area and requiring a smaller
             evacuation area.
      Code 3 A hazardous material incident which can be
             controlled by responding units and the HMRT and
             does not require evacuation of other than the
             involved structure or immediate area if
             outdoors.
10-84 Announce arrival at box.
10-92 Malicious False Alarm.
10-99 Units will be operating for at least 30 minutes.
10-100 Restricted use of City Wide Radio frequency due to
       High Rise fire.


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Post by POS » Thu, 07 Dec 1995 04:00:00


EB>I will be visiting New York City soon and am planing on taking a wide
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Erich Berman; more yet....
N.Y.C. Police Department Radio and Incident Code Signals.

Instruction

10-01 Call your command
10-02 Report to your command
10-03 Call Dispatcher by telephone
10-04 Acknowledgement
10-05 Repeat message
10-06 Stand by
10-07 Verify Address

Possible Crimes

10-10 Investigate (prowler, suspicious
      person/
vehicle, shots fired, burglar
      alarm,etc.)
10-11 Bank or hold up alarm (specify)
10-12 Pick-up case (location, nature of
      incident)
10-13 ASSIST POLICE OFFICER
10-14 (Lic No.) Occupied & suspicious
      location Verify if stolen
10-15 (License No.) Verify if vehicle is
      stolen (occupied or not)
10-16 Vehicle is reported stolen (alarm no.)
10-17 Vehicle is not reported stolen
10-18 Organized Crime Vehicle
10-19 Other possible crimes (specify)

Crimes in the Past

10-20 Robbery (past)
10-21 Burglary (past)
10-22 Larcency (past) (specify; auto, from
      person/other)
10-23 Report explosive (suspected, de-
      vice or scare) (past)
10-24 Assult (past)
10-29 Other crime in past (specify)

Crimes in Progress

10-30 Robbery in progress
10-31 Burglary in progress
10-32 Larceny in progress (specify; auto,
      from person/other)
10-33 Report of explosive (supected, de-
      vice or scare)
10-34 *** in progress
10-39 Other crime in progress (specify)

Non-Crime Incidents

10-50 Disorderly (person(s)/group)
10-51 Roving Band (specify direction of
      travel & number in group)
10-52 Noise or dispute (specify)
10-53 Street accident
10-54 Ambulance case (specify type)
10-55 Ambulance case (R.M.P. not
      required)
10-56 Ambulance may be needed
10-57 Ambulance -2nd call - verify
10-58 Assist ambulance (specify type of
      assist)
10-59 Alarm of fire
10-60 Precinct assignment (available)

10-61 Precinct assignment (not available)
10-62 Out of Service (Reason)
A Arrest
C C.O. Precinct
D Zone
E Engine (Mech.)
F Flat Tire
G Gas
H Hospital
I Investigation
M Mail
P Precinct Station
R Radio Repair
S Speedometer
T Taxi Checkpoint
W Female in Auto
X School or Church Crossing
Y Park/Walk/Talk
Z Off Tour

10-62 Out of Service (authority)
      In addition to reason, the following
      authority codes must also be given:
1  Precinct Commander
2  Operation Lt.
3  Patrol Sgt.
4  Station House Officer
5  Self Initiated
10-63 Out of service (meal)
10-64 Entering premises Lic. by S.L.A.
      (specify address)
10-65 Utility touble (specify nature and if
      emergency responding or not)
10-66 Unusual incident (specify; aircraft
      crash, building collapse, etc.)
10-67 Traffic or parking condition (specify)
10-68 See complaint re: (specify)
10-69 Other non-crime incident (specify)

Interim Assignment Status

10-80 Referred to Unit (specify)
B Referred to Building
C Referred to Criminal Court
D Referred to Detectives
F Referred to Family Court
H Referred to Housing
L Referred to Civil Court
Q Other
T Referred to Transit
10-81 Person(s) to station house
      I investigate   A Arrest
10-82 Aided to Hospital (name of hospital)
10-83 D.O.A.(natural/other)
10-84 Fire report (type of structure, loca-
      tion, extent)
10-85 Need additional unit (specify type
      and reason)   S Supervisor
10-86 Female (time in vehicle/out of
      vehicle)
10-87 Cancel (specify unneeded service)
10-88 Arrived at scene
10-89 Other assignment status (specify)

Final Dispositions
(Available) These Signal
Codes Stop Service Time

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REQ: NYC PD/Fire Freqs.

Post by POS » Thu, 07 Dec 1995 04:00:00

Quote:>>> Continued from previous message

10-90 X1 Unfounded-Report written
      X  Unfounded
      Y  Unnecessary
      Z  Gone On Arrival
10-91 No Report required. Referred to
D  Detectives
F  Family Court
H  Housing
L  Civil Court
Q  Other
T  Transit
10-92 Summons Issued or Served/Arrest
A  Arrest
A2 Arrest/Summons Served
M  Moving Vehicle Violation
P  Parking
Q  Other
U  Desk appearance ticket
10-93 Report Required
C  Referred to Criminal Court
D  Referred to Detectives
F  Referred to Family Court
H  Referred to Housing
L  Referred to Civil Court
Q  Other
T  Referred to Transit

Report Codes to be Used
In Conjunction With The
Above 10-93 codes
3  False Alarm
4  Accident
5  Aided
6  Complaint
7  Other
10-94 Handled by previous tour
10-95 Non Crime, Referred to other agency
10-96 Summons Served
10-97 Handled by man on Post
H  Patient removed to Hospital
R  Patient refused medical aid
E1 EDP (Emotionally Disturbed Person) Admitted to hospital
E2 Released from hospital
10-98 Resuming patrol/available.
      (Not acceptable as a final disposi-
      tion from last unit on scene)
10-99 Other final disposition (specify)


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REQ: NYC PD/Fire Freqs.

Post by hglas.. » Thu, 07 Dec 1995 04:00:00


> Hello All,

> I will be visiting New York City soon and am planing on taking a wide
> band ham handy talkie along to listen in on the public service
> frequencies.  In preparation for this trip, I have researched, through
> various resources, a good number of frequencies.  My problem is in
> determining which of the many frequencies that I have are ones that I
> really want to spend time listening to.

> I will be staying at a hotel in midtown Manhatten, near Times Square.
> If you have information about police dispatch, squad to squad, fire,
> fire ground or just about any active, interesting frequencies within
> earshot of midtown, I'd appreciate your reply.

> Erich Berman


NYPD:
476.5875 (Midtown North, Midtown South, 17th pcts)
476.3375 (6/10/13 pcts) just below midtown
476.3125 (19/20/24/Central Park pcts) just above midtown
470.8375 Citywide frequency for specialty units & highway units
         (The elite Emergency Services Unit is dipatched here)

FDNY:
154.250  FDNY Manhattan Dispatch (you'll need a book to understand this
         since it is all numbered codes, plus they use MDTs, so good
         luck!)

NYC*EMS:
Manhattan Central dispatch is on a trunked system in this range:
856-860.987, 860.7375

This is a starting point, there are books and websites out there with all
the info you could ever want.  Good luck!

Howie

 
 
 

REQ: NYC PD/Fire Freqs.

Post by mkortland » Sun, 10 Dec 1995 04:00:00


says...

>Hello All,

>I will be visiting New York City soon and am planing on taking a wide
>band ham handy talkie along to listen in on the public service
>frequencies.  In preparation for this trip, I have researched, through
>various resources, a good number of frequencies.  My problem is in
>determining which of the many frequencies that I have are ones that I
>really want to spend time listening to.

>I will be staying at a hotel in midtown Manhatten, near Times Square.
>If you have information about police dispatch, squad to squad, fire,
>fire ground or just about any active, interesting frequencies within
>earshot of midtown, I'd appreciate your reply.

>Erich Berman


You can listen to 476.5875 which covers mid-town south 29th street north
to 46 street ninth ave east to lexiington ave, mid-town north 46 st north
to 59 street lexington west to the river also on this freq is the 17
lexington east to the river 59st down to 29 street, 470.8375 citywide
"sod" is where all the big stuff comes through. 470 8625 citywide 3, try
4707875, manhattan tactical and also 476.7375  a manhattan car to car and
plain clothes freq. 470.6625 is a street crimes freq. and thes last 2 are
listed as tac freqs 4726875 and 470.7125.  and I think that there is a
special private security force in the times sq. area on 4717375 or 4787625
citywide fire, all working fires reported through this freq 154.430 and
manhattan is 154.370
ems is  up on a trunked 800 system that I'm not too familiar with. last
but not least these are the old transit pd [now intergrated into nypd]
160.905 manhattan and 160.695 citywide. good luck and be aware of the
super inetermode you WILL have to deal with.  
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