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Veteran Schools Oath Breaker City Council Members
Saturday, April 7, 2018 @ 15:07 EST5EDT
This video needs no introduction.



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Listen First
Sunday, April 1, 2018 @ 14:01 EST5EDT

When we talk about crisis communications people often want to start talking about 2-way radio in one of it's many forms, CB, FRS, GMRS, or Ham Radio. Often the best first use of communications resources is to just listen! In a bad situation you of course do not want to give away your position or details of your capabilities and resources, so keeping silent makes sense, but in addition to not transmitting one should try to tune in to your local emergency services frequencies and have a listen to gather information about the situation.

Most Federal, State, and Local agencies, police, fire, and emergency services use VHF or UHF FM for their communications. Anyone can listen to these frequencies if they have a radio that covers them.

A list of New York City frequencies can be found here:

https://www.oathkeepers.nyc/resources/comms/radio/monitoring/NYC-pub-svc-freq.pdf

Listening to the public service frequencies in your area can give you a good picture of the situation in the area without your ever making a transmission or letting anyone know you exist.

It should be noted that in New York State it is a crime to have a radio capable of listening to the police in a car. Do not program any police frequencies into a scanner in your car!

 

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