FBI Facebook Page
National Sex Offender Registry
Childrens Safety Books
Police Scanner Live - Check out our Live Police Scanner Feeds - Database - Auctions Page! Listen Live NOW: high speed pursuits, foot chases, riots, auto theft, weather, car crash, drug busts, traffic stops, fires, disasters and other major emergencies and crimes In progress. 24-hour audio broadcasts of police scanners from around the world. live police scanner action as it happens.
(Just click a location on the player to listen to Live Police and Fire Scanner Feeds: Use the links below the player for other feeds you may like.)
load US playlist / load Non US playlist /
Going on NOW /
PleaseNote: Some feeds may not be available at all times. Some of the feeds may have a maximum limit on the number of users that can connect. If you cant connect, please try again later.
NEVER TRY TO DETAIN OR CONFRONT A SUSPECT YOU THINK MAY BE INVOLVED IN A CRIME..... CALL 911 IMMEDIATELY AND LET POLICE HANDLE IT!
Icecast Media Server
FREE Police Scanner Frequency Database
Our police scanner frequency resource database. Our FREE database contains thousands of Police, Fire Dispatch, Emergency, Aircraft, Public Works, Ham Radio, Military, Business, Schools, Transportation, Frequencies all searchable by State and city for all 50 states of the U.S.A. Get full access to our database FREE of charge. Donations for this FREE service are welcome. Thanks!!
police digital radio network
THE police union and State Opposition say the upgrade of the police digital radio network needs to be accelerated to prevent sensitive information being accessed by criminals and the public. Attempts to lay road spikes to intercept a stolen vehicle were thwarted last week when the thieves tapped in to law enforcement communication. A third party this week started streaming live on the internet, meaning people who download scanning apps can listen to the lines of communication.
Police are forced to keep using their easily accessible analogue network because of delays with upgrades to the digital network. Previously, the only way to listen in was to buy a specialist scanner for about $600.
Police are increasingly concerned about access to their communications, highlighted by last week's road chase. Officers in pursuit of the stolen vehicle were given permission to deploy road spikes. As soon as officers confirmed the spikes were in place over the radio, the car immediately turned in a different direction. Police Association president Pat Allen said officers needed to be protected.
"It's up to the Government and the police service to provide them with a secure network," Constable Allen said. "We're sick of waiting." Opposition spokeswoman Elise Archer said the availability of police radio via the internet raised a serious problem. "David O'Byrne needs to explain how such a serious breach of the police radio network could happen on his watch," Ms Archer said. "Everything from the names of victims of crime to the addresses of gun owners is now effectively being broadcast."
The State Government said it was an operational matter. Acting Assistant Commissioner Richard Cowling agreed access to the analogue network was "not desirable". "However, all operational police have access to a secure digital channel ... for the most sensitive information," Mr Cowling said. Police scanners in other states broadcast over smartphone apps and include less sensitive information because of the availability of multiple secure channels available. Some police are forced to discuss firearms license checks and listeners hear personal details of domestic incidents, as well as even more risky information such as child protection matters and children's identities and more.....
"Our people need to be provided with and discuss these kind of details over the radio but given the situation a growing number are using their own mobile phones because they don't trust the network's security," Constable Allen said.
Crime Data Websites
Find a list of websites below that will provide further crime data information, including sites for the F.B.I., C.I.A., Bureau of Justice, Federal Bureau of Prisons, America's Most Wanted Criminals, and more.