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Too flippin right
Look on youtube
Poor dirt farmer and the eric brandt show
Your r ights have gone.
Feel sorry for you lot there … and with with guns too.
In the uk when we went tetra and lost all comms to any scanner things changed badly
Mike in Scotland
From: main@Uniden.groups.io <main@Uniden.groups.io> On Behalf Of don robinson via Groups.Io
Sent: 10 November 2019 23:17
Subject: Re: [Uniden] crypto comm
Not "nuff said"; read the recent news about police offices- hundreds of them- convicted of terrible crimes, including murder, were still allowed to remain on the force and that was kept from the public. If you don't want to know right from wrong, that supports wrong and it just gets worse.
On Sunday, November 10, 2019, 10:16:51 AM PST, Don Curtis <don.curtis@...> wrote:
You all seem to forget... That unencrypted police radio means it is unencrypted for YOU and the criminals in town too.
26 years as a police officer in Denver, CO and while not frequent, there were many times where (especially burglars, youth gangs and outlaw motorcycle groups) used scanners to avoid capture.
Being able to listen to public safety radio is NOT a "right" but just a desire. Public safety is a government function and the "government" is elected by you and represents the citizens. The voting public has 100% control of public agencies.
On November 10, 2019 10:59:00 AM "ihc53" <ihc53@...> wrote:
99 percent of police traffic should be in the clear, unencrypted. And you are quite right, when everything is encrypted and in the shadows it will smack of "secret police."
With very few exceptions, everything should be open to the taxpayers to hear.
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Date: 11/9/19 5:23 PM (GMT-05:00)
Subject: [Uniden] crypto comm
I believe that citizens have the right and the responsibility to supervise
at a certain level. Fully encrypted police comms are not accessaable,
while most are quite routine and do NOT require a high degree of
In those few special other cases, there are methods of COMSEC
well-known to police and military communications people. Simply
encryping everything is lazy and can lead to Secret Police Mindset.
Not something most people would favor.
Routine ops need to be in the clear.
From: main@Uniden.groups.io [mailto:main@Uniden.groups.io]On Behalf Of Shawn Benoit
Sent: Saturday, November 09, 2019 15:45
Subject: Re: [Uniden] P25 for Cheap
I'm pro encryption for police and EMS communications. Nothing will change that even though it's a hobby and I like to listen.
On Sat, Nov 9, 2019 at 13:09 Joe M. <mch@...> wrote:
Is that because crime only happens at the
police station and doesn't affect communities?
Do you not care that you will be late to work because
there is an accident blocking your normal route?
Do you not care that you will be ADDING
to the problem (traffic) in the above case?
Are you fine with going to the mall when
there is an active shooter in the area?
If there is a felon loose in your neighborhood,
are you OK letting your kids go out to play?
A FOIA request will not solve any of these cases.
Encryption will not alert you to these cases.
Only clear communications will let you know WHEN you need to know it.