Use Police Scanner to monitor exciting police, fire, and rescue frequencies, stay abreast of these activities in your area, and be prepared for disasters or other emergency situations.
◆ It's like Jersey Shore, but not really. ◆
Whether you like reality shows or hate them, you'll love listening in on real police, fire and rescue communications. Police Scanner Radio brings you more than 2,000 channels including public safety, air traffic, marine and amateur short-wave frequencies, all easily searchable.
◆ Find sources close to you. ◆
When you could hear your neighbors yelling over your own TV, you knew what they were up to. It's when they suddenly got quiet that you had to wonder. No more! With Police Scanner Radio, you'll know as soon as the authorities do!
◆ Never boring! ◆
Find channels with the most activity and listeners. Search U.S. feeds by state and county. Also search international feeds using Police Radio.
Roger, Porkchop. Whut's yer 20?
Learn new words, and new ways of combining familiar words. We were going to list this in the Education category, but everyone laughed. So here it is in News. Seriously, though, check out the features:
Critical Hit Software LLC makes no claim of any kind about the availability of any specific communications channel, frequency or data feed. Feeds are added and removed from time to time outside the control of Critical Hit Software LLC. Please see http://criticalhitsoftware.com/scanner_feeds.php for a sample list of feeds.
✔ More than 2,500 radio feeds delivered to you over 3G or WiFi
✔ Simple, intuitive screens
✔ Search U.S. and international channels by country, state and county
✔ Find channels close to your location based on GPS or 3G triangulation
✔ Save your favorite channels
✔ Listen in the background as you use other apps
✔ "10 Codes" and CB Lingo
✔ Get instant access as new feeds come online
UK Police officers will find the app of most use and there is plenty of useful information in there, including offence definitions. It will be updated regularly so please email if there is anything you would like adding.
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Listen to over 5,000 scanner radio stations including over 4,000 from RadioReference.
"I have both Emergency Radio and this one, I have to say the "clarity" is better on this one." — kc7zja
"WooHoo! This app has the best directory and interface of all the iTunes scanner apps (and I own them all)." — em.z
"Loads Fast and sorry to say it's better than Emergency Radio and Police Scan" — Swayington
Enhanced with select Canadian scanner feeds from Alberta, British Columbia and Ontario!
✔ Includes the free SHOUTcast™ Scanner Directory, with over 100 stations.
✔ Includes the largest selection of scanners form RadioReference.
✔ Background Play, background browsing of station web sites and background e-mail of station links.
✔ Supports full-multitasking with background Play
✔ Includes Fire, Police and EMS stations in MP3 format.
✔ Allows users to select from nearby audio streams by US State and County.
✔ You can share with your friends the iTunes and Radio links to a station stream using your iPad Mail application.
✔ You can post your favorite links directly to Twitter and Facebook: tell your friends what scanner radio station you're listening to, "live", without stopping your audio to invoke an external social client!
★ For a complete UP-TO-DATE list of scanner radio streams, see:
A small sample of the over 4,000+ emergency frequencies currently available (as of January 2011):
- Atlanta Police
- Boulder Sheriff, Fire
- Cape Cod Police, Fire, Coast Guard
- Cedar Rapids Police, Fire, EMS
- Chicago Police, Fire
- Columbus Police, Fire, EMS
- Contra Costa Fire, Sheriff
- Dallas Police, Fire
- Denver Police, Fire, Airport
- Detroit Police, Fire
- Edmonton (CA) Fire
- Flagstaff Police
- Flint Police, Fire
- Fresno Police, EMSS
- Grand Canyon National Park Service
- Hartford Police, Fire
- Hawaii Police
- Houston Police, Fire
- Indianapolis Police, Fire
- Kennedy Space Center Communications
- Las Vegas Police, Fire
- Los Angeles County Police, Sheriff, Fire, EMS
- Massachusetts State Patrol
- Memphis Police, Fire
- Miami Police, Fire
- Mobile Fire, Rescue
- Monterey Police, Fire
- New Jersey State Police
- New Orleans Fire
- New York Fire, Police
- Oakland Police
- Oklahoma City Fire
- Orange County Fire
- Palm Beach Fire, Sheriff
- Philadelphia Police, Fire
- Phoenix Police, Fire
- Pittsburgh Fire
- Portland Police
- Raleigh Fire, EMS
- Reno Police, Fire
- Riverside CHP, Fire, Police, Sheriff
- San Bernardino Police, Fire, EMS
- Saskatchewan RCMP
- San Diego Police, Fire, EMS
- San Jose Police, Fire
- Santa Clara Fire, Police
- Santa Cruz Fire
- Seattle Police, Fire, EMS
- Sedona Fire
- South Carolina Highway Patrol
- St. Louis Police, Fire, EMS
- Tampa Police, Fire
- Tucson Police, Fire, EMS
- Vancouver (CA) Fire
- Ventura Fire, Police
- Waterloo (CA) Police
- Yellowstone Sheriff, Fire
★★★★★ Available streams are subject to change at any time. Intersect World LLC and RadioReference do not own or operate any of the scanners. All scanner radio content is provided freely by third parties. ★★★★★
We blow away the competition with our exclusive features:
✓ Instant Replay! What did they just say? Tap to rewind and hear it again!
✓ Alpha Tags Support! Now you can tell who is talking and when the scanner is scanning!
Plus these great features:
✓ Listen Live. Listen to live police, firefighter, emergency medical, air traffic control, and railroad scanner radio bands.
✓ Listen while you use other apps.
✓ Follow the action with a handy police code chart.
✓ Local and global. Listen in to your town or others in the US, Canada, and Australia!
We offer all the police, fire, EMS, ATC, and railroad scanners of our competitors. Plus, we are actively building our own list of exclusive scanner feeds.
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Case Law - Supreme Court rulings that affect police officer powers.
Drug Tools - Pill Identifier, Drug Information from the DEA, etc.
Traffic Tools - Latest traffic reports for major cities and extensive case law that matters.
DUI/OWI Tools - Field Sobriety Test instructions, State-specific laws (cell phones, seat-belts, etc.)
Language Translator and common phrases in Spanish relating to police work.
United States Laws - The U.S. Constitution as well as all state codes - civil and criminal.
Police Videos - Related to training, news, tips, and information.
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the public to their local police and allow the community to become more involved right from your
(Please note, This app is used by agencies that opt in to use it. If your community has not opted to use
MyPD than you should not expect to find them on the app) Local, State, and College Police Departments as well as other law enforcement agencies are using this app to provide you with better service and improve communication.
The MyPD app is free to download and does not require you to sign in or sign up to use the app.
Law Enforcement agencies using this app are offering citizens the following options:
• Multiple information resources and RSS feeds
• 2 types of push notifications
• Report anonymous crime tips
• Commend a Police Officer
• Submit Feedback to your Police
• Ask Questions
• Community Surveys
• Directions to the Police Department
• Police Department Contacts
• Social Media
• Most Wanted
• Jail Info
• Weather Service
• National Terrorism Advisory System
• New & Alerts page
• Crime Map
• Online Reporting
• Encrypted transfer of messages
• Many more additional features
These are just some of the many options that your Police Department is making available to you here. A growing number of Police Departments are utilising this app for the citizens they serve. If you don't see your Department here, let them know they should join!
Some of the Police Departments using or signed up for the MyPD app (in no particular order) are the Green Bay Police, Beverly Police, Cambridge Police, Rochester Police, Waco Police, Dunwoody Police, Maine DEA, Chesapeake Police, Peabody Police, Watertown Police, North Andover Police, Ipswich Police, Alhambra Police, Norton Police, Wellesley Police, Yarmouth Police, Bedford Police, New Bedford Police, York Police, Auburn Police, El Dorado Police, Los Altos Police, Palo Alto Police, Mountain View
Police, Fremont Police, West Sacramento Police, Woods Cross Police, West Jordan Police, West Haven Police, Grrenwich Police, Westport Police, Warner Robins Police, Pooler Police, Peoria Police, Arcadiaolice, Hanover Park Police, Wichita Police, Bethlehem Police, Brimfield Police, Cibolo Police, Hobbs Police, Kingston Police, Chelsea Police, North Andover Police, South Portland Police, Haverford College Public Safety, Bryn Mawr College Public Safety, Rockwall Police, Warner Robins Police, Roanoke Police, Boston University Police, Rocky Mount Police, Boynton Beach Police, Amesbury Police, Swampscott Police, Bensalem Police, Corvallis Police, Plymouth Police, DeWitt Police, Columbia Police, Norfolk Police, Chesapeake Police, Rochester Police, Sturgeon Bay Police, Barre Police, Attleboro Police, Yarmouth Police, Waltham Police, Norwood Police, Ipswich Police, Glendale Police, and many more in Massachusetts, Maine, New York, California, Texas, Virginia, Ontario, Wisconsin, New Jersey, Utah, Georgia, Alabama, and New Mexico. Please do not expect your police or other local law enforcement agency here if they have not opted to use the app. Please do not give the app a bad rating because your agency is not here. Send us an email and we will encourage them to join.
Please report any bugs to firstname.lastname@example.org
This app is not for emergency use or communication with law enforcement or for immediate response situations. Always dial 9-1-1 in the United States or Canada for an emergency situation.
"My Police Department" “MyPD” “WiredBlue” are Federally registered trademark of Wired Blue LLC.
"Smartphones, Smart Citizens, Smart Policing" is also a WiredBlue trademark.
Includes all three complete question pools (and lifetime updates):
* Technician (effective until June 30, 2018)
* General (effective until June 30, 2015)
* Extra (effective until June 30, 2016)
Install the free version to try it out.
Run through various types of practice test to ensure that you'll be prepared!
Please email email@example.com for any issues or suggestions.
* Support for Metadata Tags (This means you can now see which department is talking each time a call goes out! Bringing you closer than ever to a real scanner) this is a unbelievable awesome new feature only found in Police Radio. *(feature currently available on select feeds only)
ABOUT THE APP:
Police Radio is a fast & easy to use application for listening to live Police, Fire, EMS frequencies throughout the United States, Canada and more!
With Police Radio you can listen to all your favorite emergency frequencies such as NYFD and LAPD at the fraction of the cost of a real scanner. Follow along with the action using the built in police code list so you never miss a beat.
* Current conditions & 4 day forecast.
* Widget player (pause & play everywhere).
* Support for alpha tags / metadata.
* Realistic scrolling text.
* High resolution display graphics.
* Ability to save your favorite stations.
* Intuitive & easy to navigate interface.
* Background audio support.
* Directly Plugs Into RadioReference.com.
* Fast & excellent customer support.
Please visit: http://radioreference.com for a full list of supported locations.
Having Problems? We can solve 99% of all issues you may be experiencing. Just send us an email with your concern and we will promptly address your situation.
*Disclaimer: This software connects you to REAL LIVE Police, Fire and EMS scanners and that being said the Police Radio app is not to be used to impede Law Enforcement from performing there normal duties.
Includes full question pools:
* Technician (effective till 2014-06-30)
* General (effective July 1, 2011)
* Extra (effective till 2012-06-30)
* Updated latest Technician question pool.
* Correct crash when changing orientation.
Includes three question pools:
* Technician Section T1-T6 only (Paid app has latest)
* General Sections G1-G4 only (Paid app has latest)
* Extra Section E1 only (Paid app has latest)
The paid version has all CURRENT sections for Technician, General and Extra class.
Run through various types of practice test to ensure that you'll be prepared!
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for any issues or suggestions.
Please be aware that this app can only be used to lookup U.S. base Ham callsigns. The free callsign lookup services available to this app only contain callsigns of U.S. based Ham operators. There are other non-free apps that can lookup international callsigns. If that is your requirement please pay for one of those apps.
The users location can be determined by either GPS (the device's location services) or by using the user's callsign (the address on file for the user with the FCC).
The "other" ham is identified by their callsign. HamRadioCall looks up the other ham's address on file at the FCC and displays that ham's location on a map with the connecting great circle arc. The range and azimuth to the other ham is also calculated and displayed. This can be valuable for antenna aiming and the evaluation of the propagation conditions and the performance of the both ham's equipment and antennas.
HamRadioCall is developed by Roy Watson, N1ZTL. The FCC license data is updated daily and provided courtesy of Josh Dick, W1JDD though an API at his website: callook.info.
PLEASE BE AWARE THAT THIS, NOR ANY OTHER APP/WEBSITE, CAN PROVIDE ACCURATE LOCATION INFO FOR ANY HAM WHO CHOOSES TO USE A PO BOX AS THEIR ADDRESS ON FILE WITH THE FCC. FOR THOSE HAMs THAT CHOOSE TO USE A PO BOX AS THEIR ADDRESS OF RECORD WITH THE FCC, GOOGLE MAPS WILL MAKE A BEST APPROXIMATION BASED ON THE CENTROID OF THE ZIPCODE OR CITY NAME.