Update: Added Scuba Diving Hand Signals and other minor corrections.
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
Police Tool is the latest app on the market for law enforcement professionals in the U.S. The aim is to provide assistance to police in the field in order to make their jobs more efficient.
Officer Tools - Sex Offender Registry, Social Security Number Analyzer, 10-Code List, Miranda Warnings, White Pages, List of Gangs, Missing Children, Most Wanted List.
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.
Keywords: united states, cops, us cop, law enforcement, police, cop, info, apps, u.s. cop, us cops, united states police officers, investigation
• Quick reference of band and privilege restrictions
• Tailored bandplans for your license class
• Graphical representation of the amateur radio bands and licensee privileges for US ITU Region 2
• ARRL's gentleman's agreements
• Native tablet layouts
• Some non-amateur frequencies of interest (NIST time channels and NOAA radio channels)
• More calling frequencies
• Layout improvements
• Emission Type Search
• More non-amateur frequencies of interest
I just wanted to say that I am eager to hear everyone's feedback, positive and negative. If you have a question, suggestion, critique, ect, please either email me or write a review and I'll see what I can do.
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 email@example.com for any issues or suggestions.
Designed by existing police officers, Pocket Sergeant enables you to;
* Search criminal law definitions and points to prove in England & Wales by name and Act / Section
* Learn whether there is sufficient to charge a suspect (offence specific)
* When a crime report should be submitted (offence specific)
* Customisable Contacts section containing police force and partner agency telephone numbers
* Keep your work life separate with the built in Calendar
* Assistance when writing witness statements
* CCCJS Codes for many offences
* Reference Library to view PDFs offline such as the PACE Codes of Practice
* Email articles for printing
* Add a pin code for privacy
* Use Quick Scroll icons to find what information you want more quickly
* Increase / decrease font size
* Get In Touch section to offer any feedback
Please visit our website and check out our blog at: www.pocketsergeant.co.uk
NB - Pocket Sergeant covers UK law only
The content of Pocket Sergeant is provided for general information. The owner and developers do not accept any responsibility or liability for its use. By downloading and using Pocket Sergeant you agree to these Terms & Conditions.
v1.3 Update notes -
We’ve got some great new updates in v1.3 including;
- NEW! Bookmarks! You asked, we listened! Now you can bookmark your most used documents and keep them handy in a separate list.
- NEW! Updated crime information! Some old and dated documents removed and / or edited. New crime information added such as Power to Issue Community Protection Notices, Failure to Surrender Property, Airwaves National Status Codes and MORE!
- NEW! Extra documents added to the reference library.
- Huge performance improvements. Pocket Sergeant will now be even slicker on your device.
- Layout improvements
- Minor bug fixes
As always, if you find any issues with the app on your device, please get in touch through the “Get in Touch” section in the app and provide us with as much information as possible including the make / model of your device and operating system version it is running.
Thanks for downloading Pocket Sergeant and enjoy the new updates!
The Pocket Sergeant team.
The App contains over 250 articles, which are split into the following categories:
★ Criminal Damage
★ Public Order
★ Anti-Social Behaviour
★ Sexual Offences
★ Traffic Law
★ Police / Courts
★ Sporting Offences
★ Use of Force
★ Human Rights
★ Miscellaneous Offences
POINTS TO PROVE
Legislation articles include the points to prove for the offence.
Handy guides that include GOWISELY, ADVOKATE, PEACE interview model, Conflict management model, Arrest Conditions, FPN codes, PND codes and more.
You can search from within the App by subject and key words that will then display all the relevant articles for your search query.
EMAIL and PRINT
There is also the facility to email each article so that you can then print it off – very useful for points to prove in interviews!
The App contains offences from Acts of Law that apply in England and Wales (Although some of these acts also apply in Scotland and Northern Ireland).
Database will be downloaded when the application is run first time. We recommend you to use Wi-Fi connection.
Это Справочник - Закон о полиции РФ (России, Российской Федерации). Справочник работает в режиме ОФФЛАЙН и не требует интернет-соединения для работы.
База данных будет загружена при первом запуске. Используйте wi-fi соединение.
1. History – every article you ever viewed is stored in history.
2. Favorites – you are able to add articles to favorites list by clicking the “star” icon.
3. Managing History and Favorites lists – you are able edit those lists or clear them.
4. Various Settings – you may change application’s font and theme (choose one of several color themes).
5. Random article of the day widget. To see the widget in the list the application must be installed to phone memory (reference database may be installed anywhere).
This app contains advertising.
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.
The Army depends on Military Police (MP) to maintain law, order, and discipline to provide security for Army personnel. They serve worldwide as the Army's law enforcement, security, anti-terrorism and force-protection specialists to handle crimes committed on Army installations and to support Army fighting forces on the battlefield.
Military Police Soldiers are recognized as law enforcement professionals who receive some of the most advanced police training available.
You will be trained to provide a wide range of diverse support and challenged to adapt to any mission or environment. This training is designed to transform a civilian into a Soldier and to provide the necessary expertise needed to be a Military Police Soldier.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org for any issues or suggestions.
- Uses Google Cloud Messaging instead of SMS to get your 911 pages
- Converts hard-to-read dispatch data into legible sections
- Manage past and current calls in an orderly way
- Automatically maps alarm location
- “Active” response for tracking response efforts
- View other responders in real time on a live map
- Access relevant photos and documents from your phone, including pre incident plans, photos, and more
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 email@example.com
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.