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hey guys n gurls...was wondering if one was so inclined to listen in on police frequencies..what frequency/ channel would he tune into on UHF..this is in Qld...im not sure whether they have gone digital like vic have..
 

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you cant pick it up on a normal uhf mate...

also highly illegal :p
 

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Yep, wont pick it up on a normal UHF radio, will need a radio scanner within the right frequency range.
Vic isnt digital either, well atleast not in rural areas.

But I dont think anyone will post up the frequency for you mate, doesnt look good for the forum, and it is illegal to have a scanner programmed to it from what I've told.
 

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get a bearcat scanner and scan 75000-80000 and 150000-200000 youll find it
 

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dont know about over there but its fully legal to listen here as long as you dont use it for criminal gains or to help anyone avoid arrest etc
 

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Not sure about other states but nothing illegal about it here (vic).
Seems to be a common misconception though.
 

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Its completely legal. Though vic HAS gone digital, quite a while back. I bought a scanner a few years ago then a month later they went digital. Waste of $300 lol. I live in the sticks too btw so defiantly no go without a digital scanner. My uncle warned me it would happen but me being ignorant I bought one anyway :p. (hes right into this stuff and has a HUGE HF aerial on his shed supported by numerous cables :p)
 

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portable phones are better to listen too anyway LOL
 

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yeah easy as to find the phone just scanning portable frequencies you need 2 the trans and recieve normally not very far apart and you just scan the two
 
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