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Police Scanner

Want a police radio scanner in your pocket? Juicy Development has come out with Police Scanner app for the iPhone, called Police Scanner, for finding and listening to live streams of local police dispatch frequencies throughout the country. Police Scanner for iPhone connects to over 500 streams that you can listen to on your iPhone, which is good for volunteer fire fighters, news crews, and emergency responders. A volunteer can now pick up the stream and listen in without purchasing expensive radio hardware that is usually locked into a specific frequency.

Similar to Emergency Radio, Police Scanner uses the location-aware technology built into the iPhone to help users locate streams near you, or allows you to search through a list of all available streams from across the country. A few international streams have been added and the international directory is expected to grow.

Here is a video demo of the Police Scanner app on the iPhone

This 3rd Party App is available at the Apple iTunes AppStore. Browse the full list of all AppStore apps filed under the AppStore category.

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Price: $2.99
Developer: Website

App Review By Joe Seifi Posted on August 29th, 2009 and filed under App Store, Local, Radio, Reference, Utilities (Viewed 5750 times, 1 so far today). Need help on using these apps? Please read the Help Page.

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4 Reviews on “Police Scanner”

  1. 1
    ronnierobinson says:

    Justexploring.

  2. 2
    Matt says:

    Be careful with these. I can tell you a police scanner on your phone is ILLEGAL in Kentucky.

  3. 3
    Office Barbrady says:

    I love listening to my scanners!

  4. 4
    Mark Sailors says:

    (c) An individual who possesses such a radio, provided it is capable of receiving radio transmissions only and is not capable of sending or transmitting radio messages, at his place of residence; licensed commercial auto towing trucks; newspaper reporters and photographers; emergency management agency personnel authorized in writing by the director of the division of emergency management (for state personnel) or chief executive of the city or county (for their respective personnel); a person holding a valid license issued by the Federal Communications Commission in the amateur radio service; peace officers authorized in writing by the head of their law enforcement agency, Commonwealth’s attorneys and their assistants, county attorneys and their assistants.”

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