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RCMP Frequencies I have been listening to the RCMP for 40 yrs -- now they have changed there frequencies over to trunk tracking,now I can't find them in Saskatchewan? Can you help. Thanks, Jrbuck;

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  • okleo May 26, 2009

    nipawin RCMP freq codes changed , can any one HELP

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Check the RadioReference website. in the moose jaw area they are in the 138 and 139 MHz range. However, the new system frequencies are useless to you unless you are using a APCO25 compatible radio (Digital scanner).

Wil

Posted on Apr 12, 2008

  • ve5wil Oct 31, 2013

    Further to last post RCMP in Saskatchewan are not fully encrypted. Can not hear them at all now no matter the scanner

  • ve5wil Oct 31, 2013

    Pops in Saskatchewan are NOW fully encrypted... Dang autocorrect

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