Jackson County Options for Police, Fire and EMS Scanners.
Most Michigan state agencies, including the State Police, use the statewide MPSCS digital trunked radio system, you need a digital police scanner to listen to this.
Many local and county agencies also use MPSCS, so a digital police scanner is required for these agencies as well.
Most of the rest of the state use various VHF or UHF channels that can be monitored on a basic police scanner.
A basic police scanner will allow you to listen to most local and County operations in Jackson County, Michigan, including the city of Jackson.
To monitor the Michigan State Police and other state agencies a digital trunking scanner radio is needed as they operate on the MPSCS APCO25 Digital trunked radio system.
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