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This is a former Municipal Police Network repeater used for interdepartmental communications.
It is reported that it is currently used as a pursuit channel, i.e.
for a vehicle chase that could cross town boundaries and requires coordination.
As of 2010 the old repeater was still operational; however it may have been transferred to the fire department as a backup to its 155.61 frequency.
Information is requested regarding any current use of 159.15When I arrived in Nova Scotia in the mid-70s there were quite a few more police forces than there are today in 2013.
Here is a list of what I believe to be the forces back then and what happened to the ones that no longer exist, and if possible the dates of such demises.
It is thought that Halifax Police used (or had been using) frequencies in the 155 MHz range but around this time switched to the band between 140 and 144 MHz.
It was thought by scanner listeners at the time that this move was intended to thwart their listening, as at the time, few scanners covered that segment.
Later HPD moved to the city-owned Motorola Type 1 trunk before finally migrating further to the provincial trunk system it is on today.
The Dartmouth Police department also used the 155 MHz range, and migrated later to the Dartmouth City 400 MHz conventional system (consisting of several repeaters, also used by the fire department and perhaps by the works department as well).
All other departments are thought to have been using VHF in the 154 to 170 MHz range continuously to the present or to their dissolution.