Security Companys..

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SkipSanders
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Post by SkipSanders » Sun Nov 11, 2007 10:38 pm

Hiding under the overflowing belly of one of those uniformed patrol folks in the pictures is what appears to be a small cellphone on his belt. Probably that's all they use, either straight cell or nextel type two way service.

The FCC shows only one part 90 (any class) transmitter within 1 km of their home office, and it belongs to City of San Diego. Though if they use mobile only, I guess there wouldn't be a listing by address. Sadly, the FCC doesn't let you search for users themselves based on address, only by transmitter location at/near an address.

Brian
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Post by Brian » Sun Nov 11, 2007 10:45 pm

uhhh Motor units..... I heard some security co motor units on the 800LTR system.

There is a security company on the 800LTR system.
I don't think we got a company name for it yet.

These are there 'LTR HOME' Channel.
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0-05-009 -* Security Company (Station H)(National City area) (has motorcycles)
859.5000 LCN 05 MT. OTAY
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0-04-009 -* Security Company (Station H) (Mt Woodson Ch.) (Van37)
859.6250 LCN 04 MT. Woodson
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0-20-009 -* Security (Station H)
865.4500 LCN 20 Palomar Mountain

the 800LTR thread.
http://scandiego.com/phpBB/viewtopic.php?t=173
http://scandiego.com/phpBB/viewtopic.php?t=109

desertman
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Post by desertman » Mon Nov 12, 2007 3:35 pm

Found them!! Thanks Brian!!!

they are on: PEAK RELAY INC 800mhz LTR System CallSign: WPRI913

so far the ID I found is 0-05-009.

I wonder how many ID's they have?

Anybod know what the input freqs to this system would be?

Ted

SkipSanders
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Post by SkipSanders » Mon Nov 12, 2007 5:17 pm

The same as every other 800 system, 45 MHz below the output.

If that's them, then their 'other' ID is 0-04-009 (for the other mountaintop in the system)

The 0-20-009 ID given above is a seperate LTR system, on Mt. Palomar.

Brian
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Post by Brian » Mon Nov 12, 2007 10:34 pm

Very cool.

Just setup your scanner to scan those 3 talkgroups for that company.
they mostly use Mt Woodson & Mt Otay. (RadioShack Pro-97 is very good for LTR scanning)

Glad we can put a name to that talkgroup :-)
Very hard to match talkgroups with company names etc.
on many LTR system in Southern California.

all 3 site is owned by the same radio company.

most companys(radio users) use all 3 sites.
but some chose only to use 1 site. (the one I'm thinking of is no longer a user on the LTR system Sold the Company)


Why do you need the input freqs for the system ???

dangitdoug
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Will you please make up your mind!!

Post by dangitdoug » Wed Dec 26, 2007 9:10 am

I saw one of the NPS vehicles today. They are really trying to pull the wool over people's eyes. They have two decal sets on the back of the car.
One the trunk it says PUBLIC SAFETY. On the bumper it says PRIVATE SECURITY.

Which is it bright boy?!?!
THey should just put one decal on the cars that reads ROLLING OXYMORON. :lol:

SDnative
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Post by SDnative » Wed Dec 26, 2007 10:35 am

They are close to "impersonating" someone they are not.

But, by state law, companies are required to have their company name, license number and the words "Private Security" on any such marked vehicles. So they appear to comply with the law. It's just that their name implies something different.

Brian
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North Coast Patrol

Post by Brian » Mon Jun 16, 2008 10:15 am

North Coast Patrol

Confirmed today :-)
Heard a person I knew on the radio that works at that company...
plus that person said. They going to give up on using Nextel and start using the two-way 800 radios more often now!

Otay/MtWoodson still need to find those talkgroups for them.

Talkgroup on Palomar 800LTR System.
Palomar site: 863.4500 LCN 08
0-08-193 North Coast Patrol Security - 'Station L'

More Info on Palomar LTR800:
http://scandiego.com/phpBB/viewtopic.php?t=109

North Coast Patrol
146 Eucalyptus Avenue Vista, CA 92084
(760) 940-2776
northcoastpatrol.com

From the website:
Dispatchers communicate with our field officers using an 800mhz radio system.

Brian
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Post by Brian » Tue Jul 01, 2008 10:40 pm

462.4250 - CTCSS 114.8 Security Patrol Company '50Paul#' 'Station21' ?

Anyone know what company ?

Must be in the south part of the county. Western Towing does the impounds from the carports,etc. and tows the broken down patrol unit :-)

dangitdoug
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Post by dangitdoug » Wed Jul 02, 2008 6:55 am

Brian wrote:462.4250 - CTCSS 114.8 Security Patrol Company '50Paul#' 'Station21' ?

Anyone know what company ?

Must be in the south part of the county. Western Towing does the impounds from the carports,etc. and tows the broken down patrol unit :-)
That's EPA K9, also out of El Cajon.

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