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Scanner Frequencies

Union County
Frequency
154.14500 Fire
154.81500 Sheriff
159.15750 Sheriff
153.81500 Coroner


El Dorado
Frequency
154.40000 Fire/EMS Dispatch
154.44500 Fire
154.74000 Police
155.52000 Police
453.72500 Police


Union Parish
Frequency
460.40000 Sheriff
460.10000 Sheriff


Farmerville
Frequency
453.07500 Fire
460.02500 Police
39.04000 Police


Arkansas State Police
856. 3125 4125 4625 7625 8125 8875 9375 9875
857. 3125 4125 4625 7625 8125 8875 9375 9875
858. 3125 4125 4625 7625 8125 8875 9375 9875
859. 3125 4125 4625 7625 8125 8875 9375 9875
860. 3125 4125 4625 7625 8125 8875 9375 9875

150.995 Arkansas Highway Police
151.010 Arkansas Highway Police
151.065 Arkansas Highway Police
151.070 Arkansas Highway Police
151.115 Arkansas Highway Police
155.475 Arkansas Highway Police

151.175 Arkansas Game & Fish Comission
151.265 Arkansas Game & Fish Comission
151.295 Arkansas Game & Fish Comission
151.340 Arkansas Game & Fish Comission
151.355 Arkansas Game & Fish Comission
151.385 Arkansas Game & Fish Comission
151.400 Arkansas Game & Fish Comission
151.415 Arkansas Game & Fish Comission
151.445 Arkansas Game & Fish Comission
153.935 Arkansas Game & Fish Comission
159.225 Arkansas Game & Fish Comission
159.225 Arkansas Game & Fish Comission
159.270 Arkansas Game & Fish Comission
159.345 Arkansas Game & Fish Comission
159.375 Arkansas Game & Fish Comission
164.625 Arkansas Game & Fish Comission
169.175 Arkansas Game &Fish Comission
169.675 Arkansas Game & Fish Comission
169.900 Arkansas Game & Fish Comission
171.575 Arkansas Game & Fish Comission

162.400 National Weather Service
162.475 National Weather Service
162.550 National Weather Service

Little Rock Police Department
856.2125 856.2625 856.4875 856.4375 856.7125
857.2125 857.2625 857.4875 857.4375 857.7125
858.2125 858.2625 858.4875 858.4375 858.7125
859.2125 859.2625 859.4875 859.4375 859.7125
860.2125 860.2625 860.4875 860.4375 860.7125

154.815 Sherwood Police
155.130 Sherwood Police
154.800 Maumelle Police
155.250 Maumelle Police
154.385 Jacksonville Police
155.910 Jacksonville Police
155.130 Jacksonville Police
155.370 Jacksonville Police
453.800 North Little Rock Fire
453.950 North Little Rock Fire
453.050 North Little Rock Police
453.350 North Little Rock Police
453.875 Shannon Hills Police
464.525 McCain Mall Security
854.4125 Baptist Med Flight
856.0375 Pulaski County Sheriff
857.0375 Pulaski County Sheriff
858.0375 Pulaski County Sheriff
859.0375 Pulaski County Sheriff
860.0375 Pulaski County Sheriff
861.1125 Pulaski County Sheriff
862.1125 Pulaski County Sheriff
863.1125 Pulaski County Sheriff
864.1125 Pulaski County Sheriff
865.1125 Pulaski County Sheriff
453.150 White County Sheriff Dept.
453.575 White County Sheriff Dept.
460.425 Searcy Police
460.225 Searcy Police
460.400 Searcy Police CID
453.600 Searcy Police Drug Task Force
460.275 Searcy Police Department
453.800 Searcy Police Department (mobile computers)
460.600 Searcy Fire


AWIN is a multi-phased approach to building the infrastructure for a statewide interoperable radio system. The AWIN project supports the state Homeland Security Strategy, which lists Interoperable Communications as the top current issue. Leadership of the AWIN project involves key personnel from state agencies and the local first responder community. Awin Frequencies as of 02/2/06. Sites numbers that are confirmed have an (*) next to the site name. Link UNITS TRAVELING INTO THE CENTRAL ARKANSAS AREA One of the great benefits of the AWIN system is the ability to communicate outside a normal assignment area. Unfortunately, an excess of radio traffic in Central Arkansas could create busy signals for daily users. Many public-safety personnel travel to Central Arkansas on a regular basis, and agencies who are assigned to Central Arkansas depend on the system for day-to-day operations. As a result, a large amount of system resources could be needed at the same time. The AWIN system registers a radio on a tower with the best signal. As a user travels, the system transfers the radio to the next best tower. If a user monitors local radio traffic while traveling, the transmission travels from the point of transmission to the tower the communication is registered on at the time. One of the available radio channels (typically four are available) at that tower site is used to hear the transmission. When receiving a radio transmission from a local area, the system uses one of the voice channels just as transmitting back to the local area would. This will not typically be a problem for most areas of the state. To reduce the chances of users receiving a "busy" signal, AWIN program management needs your assistance. Any unit not assigned to Central Arkansas (Pulaski, Lonoke, Saline and Faulkner counties) should NOT monitor their local channels when in Central Arkansas. It is recommended that any unit not assigned to Central Arkansas should monitor Law Com A or MAC Call. MAC Call would be the most ideal, since not all dispatch centers have Law Com A. If contact with a local dispatch or personnel is needed, users should switch to that channel, communicate and then return to one of the "monitor" channels. Your cooperation will help assure efficient system operation for all users, and will minimize disruptions in communication for those who are dependent on the system for day-to-day operations.
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