Howdy to the Group
- Hey there group,
My name is Steve Isoldi, I am administrator for Incident Page
Network's Arizona Chapter. You guys have a great forum , I just
started browsing the messages here today, good stuff.
I have a question I am sure that one of you guys will know the
answer to. I have heard a new code on DPS of a "964". I know its a
variation of 96# series of codes, but specifically, what is it?
Also, I have heard Rural Metro on 453.1125, sounds like N. Valley
Also, if anyone does not know about Incident Page Network, its a
fairly new service, and the Arizona Chapter is about a month or so
old. We are always looking for some experienced monitors like
yourself's to make it even better,
The url is: http://www.incidentpage.net/
We also have a onelist group also for the IPN-Arizona Dispatchers,
Thanks in advance for any info reply,
Steven K. Isoldi ,IPN-ARI000
Incident Page Network
IPN-Arizona Chapter Administrator
- At 02:08 AM 3/2/00 +0000, you wrote:
>From: azradiobuff@...Hi Steve,
>Hey there group,
> My name is Steve Isoldi, I am administrator for Incident Page
>Network's Arizona Chapter. You guys have a great forum , I just
>started browsing the messages here today, good stuff.
> I have a question I am sure that one of you guys will know the
>answer to. I have heard a new code on DPS of a "964". I know its a
>variation of 96# series of codes, but specifically, what is it?
A 964 is a traffic accident with unknown injuries.
>Also, if anyone does not know about Incident Page Network, its aOn the same note, if anyone does not know about Incident Command Page, a
>fairly new service, and the Arizona Chapter is about a month or so
>old. We are always looking for some experienced monitors like
>yourself's to make it even better,
relatively more extensive and established service, going on 5 years old....
ICP is also constantly looking for additional dispatchers ("monitors") and
also regular members to our club. ICP currently has many, many dispatchers
covering all parts of the valley as well as other parts of the state. Our
coverage of incidents continues to improve, to the point where ICP
currently misses few major incidents (working fires, major 962's,
shootings, hostage/barricade situations, 998/999, etc.) In recent scanner
events, ICP had great coverage of yesterdays major 962's in Sun City West
(car through several pedestrians, 1 DOA), as well as the 19th Avenue 962
yesterday afternoon that claimed the life of a mother and sent her children
and other victims to the hospital in serious condition, and the major fire
at St Johns School on the Gila River reservation. ICP was also paging
information on the tragic death of Officer Skip Fink to our membership
within minutes of its occurrence as the situation on US-60 was still
progressing. ICP Pagers are used extensively by Phoenix's TV News Stations
news desks and photographers, as well as the local newspapers, thanks to
our clubs reliability and accuracy. We use a two-way radio system and
mobile "RIM" 2-way pagers to facilitate mobile paging operations and make
our club even more fun for its members.
ICP also holds a regular get-together of local scanner enthusiasts, which
meets the last Saturday of each month at 6pm at the Fudruckers Restaurant,
Highland Avenue just East of I-17 in Central Phoenix. ALL scanner listeners
are welcome to attend to chat with other hobbyists and the open exchange of
radio information. Whether you are a ICP club member or not, we'd love to
see you there!
Please do also check out our clubs web page:
And feel free to email me directly if I can answer any questions on ICP or
the local scanner meetings.
Dan Rollman / ICP719
DAN ROLLMAN - KC7ANQ
Voice: (888) 589-0496 /// Fax: (978) 383-8950 /// E-mail:
Incident Command Page - Dispatcher
Incidents: (800) 560-8551 /// Administration: (888) 589-0941
All opinions stated are those of Dan Rollman and not Scannerstuff or ICP
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