Presentation on theme: "CVPP Training Module Three All things radio. In this lesson… Officer training and dispatch Radio communications Dispatch operations CVPP Radios (Board."— Presentation transcript:
In this lesson… Officer training and dispatch Radio communications Dispatch operations CVPP Radios (Board member) Phonetic Alphabet Numbers, numbers, numbers Radio Codes
Handouts PD Department ID’s SLO County Authorized Radio Codes Beat Codes Appreviations Phonetic Alphabet Penal Codes Crime Classification
Base Station ID’s Handouts Highway Patrol Police Departments Sheriff’s Departments County Agencies Airport 123.00 mhz
Highway Patrol Station Number 3 Buellton 9 Paso Robles 14 Santa Maria 28 San Luis Obispo 29 Santa Barbara 69 Bakersfield
SLO County Agencies 41 Paso Robles 42 San Luis Obispo 43 Morro Bay 48 Atascadero Often the WHITE (Channel 4) is used if multiple agencies are together. CLEMARS is the Statewide set of frequencies used in certain situations.
Phonetic Alphabet Rule #1 – Plain English is better than broken or mixed phonic alphabet. Communicate FIRST, speak clearly, normal voice, about 2” from the mike. If using phonic alphabet, plan and practice first if possible.
CVPP Radios Located upstairs Sign-out on the equipment log Channels identified as: 1 – Green (dispatch, general PD) 2 - Yellow (no CVPP) 3 - Red (no CVPP) 4 – White (event communication)
On Patrol… Would suggest Policies and Procedures handbook be taken while on patrol for reference. Equipment bags in the cabinet: Vests Batteries Run book Water
More on Patrol While on patrol, when the dispatch is on the air all conversation STOPS and listens. Be prepared to write down any BOL or other information being given. If there is an activity that may use your assistance…call on the phone FIRST before going to the location!
After Patrol Complete patrol log and file. Return equipment bag. Return radios and CAREFULLY make sure they are charging. Turn in any courtesy parking notices to CODE box. Turn in vehicle maintenance form if any.