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Dropping Eaves: Can I Listen to a Police Scanner?
Dropping Eaves: Can I Listen to a Police Scanner?

Can an individual listen to a live broadcast of a police scanner? The City of Terre Haute, Indiana, hopes that the answer to that question is no. The Terre Haute City Attorney recently sent a cease and desist letter to an organization that broadcasts police scanner traffic. ...

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