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On Tuesday, July 3rd, the LVMPD scheduled document issue consisted of 3 body camera videos and 34 audio files. When first listening to the audio, you would assume that it is 911 call recordings, as it is chronicled with a constant time and date stamp interruption that matches the time and date stamp logs from all 911 audio recently released. It is also recorded in a call list of 39 recordings.
However, both this audio and the files from the previous week’s release are recorded radio traffic with the 911 dispatcher’s time and date stamp interrupting the broadcast continuously. This week’s release included over 19 hours total of radio traffic with the continuous recording of the time and date stamp occurring on average approximately every 10 seconds or so.
This constant interruption proves to be a challenge while trying to listen to this radio traffic, and it is not plausible that this would be how it would be logged or recorded internally with the LVMPD, or with the contracted service that hosts the audio files.