Note: This section is no longer
updated and is for archival purposes only.
Welcome to our scanner
audio file page. Here you will find our collection of recorded
scanner audio files from past events ranging from dangerous
high-speed pursuits to live-saving rescues.
The purpose of these
audio files are to give you an insight into the often dangerous world that law enforcement
and fire-rescue personnel face
everyday in the field.
Files are in .wav format and can be played in media
players that support the .wav format. Periods of silence have been
removed from recordings to reduce length and file size. New additions appear on this page, all other
files can be found in the archives.
~ There are a total of 74 audio files currently available ~
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content on all audio pages. None of these recording may be sold
individually or as part of a compilation. Please do not link directly to audio files.
Due to high bandwidth transfers and increased cost, full-length
clips of large audio files are only available for FREE on CD-ROM
with a website donation.
~ New Audio
File Additions ~
Hot Off The Scanner: One Killed, Two Injured in Triple Shooting
(2-part clip, added 09/13/07 - see links below for audio)
9/13/07 - LA County Sheriff's Homicide Detectives are investigating a shooting that left one man dead and two others injured Wednesday
morning (9/12). One victim, who was taken by helicopter to
a trauma center, later died from his injuries. The other two victims remain in serious
World Trade Center Collapse - September 11, 2001
(2-part clip, added 09/11/03 - see link below for audio)
Audio clip of New York City Fire Department & New York City
Police communications as they took place that fateful morning of
September 11, 2001. The
audio picks up just before the first tower, the South Tower collapses. In the moments following the first
collapse there is much chaos over the air as most of the command structure of the
New York Fire Department perished in the first tower's collapse. (Note: The word "Kay" refers to a break or "end" in
Note: We no longer store these audio files on
our server. The link below will launch a new window or tab and take
you to a page where the files are archived for listening.