LISTEN LIVE: Police, Fire & Emergency Radio Broadcasts


Hearing sirens around town and wondering what’s going on? Now listening live to local police frequencies and police scanners is easier than ever!

Listen to all local police, fire and medical activity 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Best of all it’s FREE! Just click on the badge below to start listening live to Antioch, Brentwood, Concord, Clayton, Brentwood, Richmond, San Ramon, County Sheriff, County Fire, Cal Fire, Emergency Medical Services, BART and much more!

This service is free provided by RadioReference.com.

Contra Costa County Radio Frequencies:

Antioch PoliceClayton PoliceConcord PolicebrentwoodSan Ramon Valley FireRichmond PoliceContra Costa SheriffEmergency Dispatch ServicesBay Area Rapid TransitCalifornia Highway Patrol

Alameda County Radio Frequencies:

ucberkeleyOaklandpdOaklandfire

Solano County Radio Frequencies:

benciafirevacavillesuisunSuisunfirevallejo

Napa County Radio Frequencies:

napasheriffNapaCountyFireamericancanyonamericancanyonnapanapacityfireStHelenaPolice

What’s the crazy thing you have heard on the scanner? Is there any departments or other scanner feeds that we should add to our page? Comment below!

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15 responses to “LISTEN LIVE: Police, Fire & Emergency Radio Broadcasts

  1. Hi, you have a great website.

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  2. This is a great service! Thank you.

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  3. You should post this at the top of your website and repost it every few months. This is very well presented information.

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  4. Does Walnut Creek have one?

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  5. Diablo Reporter

    Hey Curious! Thank you for commenting! Yes Walnut Creek has a scanner frequency that you can listen to via a police scanner but at this time, they are not broadcasting it in the format like the others. I try every couple of months to find the missing ones so keep checking back!

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  6. Why is the scanner for concord offline?

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    • Diablo Reporter

      Hey Evelyn, How are you?? To answer your question; the scanners are broadcasted live by private individuals. They sometimes go down because of a technical issues. The best way to ensure uninterpreted access to scanner information is to purchase a police scanner for your home or vehicle. Thank you for the sub!

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  7. Thank you for this site. I live in Antioch with 2 teen boys and even though they are good kids with good friends I like to keep my ears on whats happening around the areas. Never know now days what over people will do. I keep tight tabs on my boys and they know what isnt allowed and where they arent allowed. Listening tob the scanner gives me heads up on things happening and where my boys are not to be. And if trouble comes their way, I’m going to be right there too.

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    • Diablo Reporter

      You’re very welcome!!! Thank you for visiting us and we hope you share DiabloReporter.com with all your friends and family!! Have a great week!

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  8. Anyone know what happened last night in El Sobrante? San Francisco SWAT, Plain Clothes and I believe Pinole Police out serving a search warrant. Lived next door to all the activity but don’t know what it was all about.

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  9. Hello why is Pleasant Hill police not listed on the feeds?

    Thanks
    Dan

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    • Hi Dan, Yes Pleasant Hill has a scanner frequency that you can listen to via a police scanner but at this time, they are not broadcasting it in the format like the others. I try every couple of months to find the missing ones so keep checking back!

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  10. Are these police channels recently updated? For contra Costa county sheriff?

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