Interested in monitoring the P25 Public Service SAFE-T systems ? Click here for Monroe and Brown County towers at Bloomington, Hindustan, Knights Ridge, Nashville, and Bedford; The feed covers Indiana State Police, DNR southern region, Monroe and Brown County PD/Fire/EMS, Bloomington, Nashville City PD, IU PD, Brown and Monroe County Fire and EMS dispatch and a few other miscellaneous services. Tactical channels are not included (to protect those who protect us) :
Also, as amateur radio operators, we are allowed to use public service monitoring equipment while stationary, mobile, and foot-portable. Here is the link the applicable Indiana State law regulating use of said equipment.
It pays to have an amateur radio license for lots of reasons, this being one of them! See IC IC 35-44.1-2-7 below.
IC 35-44.1-2-7 Unlawful use of a police radio
Sec. 7. (a) A person who knowingly or intentionally:
(1) possesses a police radio;
(2) transmits over a frequency assigned for police emergency purposes; or
(3) possesses or uses a police radio:
(A) while committing a crime;
(B) to further the commission of a crime; or
(C) to avoid detection by a law enforcement agency;
commits unlawful use of a police radio, a Class B misdemeanor.
(b) Subsection (a)(1) and (a)(2) do not apply to:
(1) a governmental entity;
(2) a regularly employed law enforcement officer;
(3) a common carrier of persons for hire whose vehicles are used in emergency service;
(4) a public service or utility company whose vehicles are used in emergency service;
(5) a person who has written permission from the chief executive officer of a law enforcement agency to possess a police radio;
(6) a person who holds an amateur radio license issued by the Federal Communications Commission if the person is not transmitting over a frequency assigned for police emergency purposes;
(7) a person who uses a police radio only in the person’s dwelling or place of business;
(8) a person:
(A) who is regularly engaged in newsgathering activities;
(B) who is employed by a newspaper qualified to receive legal advertisements under IC 5-3-1, a wire service, or a licensed commercial or public radio or television station; and
(C) whose name is furnished by the person’s employer to the chief executive officer of a law enforcement agency in the county in which the employer’s principal office is located;
(9) a person engaged in the business of manufacturing or selling police radios; or
(10) a person who possesses or uses a police radio during the normal course of the person’s lawful business.
(c) As used in this section, “police radio” means a radio that is capable of sending or receiving signals transmitted on frequencies assigned by the Federal Communications Commission for police emergency purposes and that:
(1) can be installed, maintained, or operated in a vehicle; or
(2) can be operated while it is being carried by an individual.
The term does not include a radio designed for use only in a dwelling.