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Now depending on where you live and what you are planning on listening in on there can be a couple of things that you may need to take into consideration. First in some areas it is illegal to listen in on Police Frequencies.
And Second is that there has been a large number of areas moving their Emergency transmissions over onto Trunked Systems which I don't think your Scanner Handles.
If your scanner is the BC350C (the section you posted in), here's a link to the owner's manual which will give you detailed programming information:
If you have a different model Bearcat scanner, try:
1. Push MANUAL to stop scanning and advance to the channel that you want to program.
2. Enter the desired frequency, including the decimal point (e.g., 156.015).
3. Press E or ENTER to set the frequency.
4. Repeat the process, starting with 1 above to select the channel.
NOTE: With some Bearcat scanners you may need to press the E or ENTER key before entering your frequency.
These are general steps that work on most recent Bearcat models. If they don't work on yours, try different variations. You can also check Uniden.com -- they may have an online manual that you can download and print.