Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Police ask Lancaster County to encrypt radios, barring public and media from hearing scanner broadcasts

Lancaster County police departments want to encrypt radio transmissions so that people with scanners — including the media — are no longer able to listen in on their broadcasts.



Anonymous said...

Even though many people enjoy listening to the scanners, criminals also can listen while committing a crime. They hear the police are on their way, they take off.
I would support encrypting police calls to protect our officers.

Anonymous said...

I like Chief Pugliese, however I do not like this idea. One more step toward less transparency. On the road to tyranny.