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Automotive Section June 2, 2008
 
Scanning Moscow’s Traffic Cops
Courtesy of Sergey the Tweeker
 
 

We’re happy to introduce a new column in which we publish Moscow’s raw radio communications, courtesy of a Russian amateur radio enthusiast. It isn’t important how we know him, what is important is that Sergei doesn’t sleep much and gets out of his house even less. That leaves him plenty of time to use the police scanner he rigged up in his 8th story apartment to eavesdrop on everyone below. He can get a clear read on most of Moscow’s northern sector, from the Garden Ring all the way out to the MKAD, and can intercept everything short of encrypted FSB channels. This issue, Sergei gives eXile readers a peek into the secret conversations of Moscow’s traffic police, the notorious "GAIshniki." And boy, ain’t it fun being a man in blue! It’s just like in Super Gaishniki, that new Russian TV show: explosions, chicks and high-speed chases. Plus, the sweet fat bribe at the end of the day.

Technical Notes:

The following transmissions, picked up roughly a month apart, are between dispatchers at a GAI command center named "Irkutsk" and the various patrol cars assigned to it. Four digit numbers usually (e.g. "Zero Zero Four Seven") correspond to patrol cars, while two digit (e.g. "Zero Zero") refer to particular dispatchers.

Communication A


2:00 am, Sunday, March 30, 2008

Communication B


7:30 p.m., Sunday, May 11, 2008

Irkutsk, Irkutsk. Respond to Volgagradsky Prospect. We have kids gathering, they are gathering for street racing.

Confirm? Not confirm? What do you have.

I'm here. Will get get back in a minute.

Hurry up.

Yes

Are you there? Is the youth there, or not!

Yes.

Well, take appropriate measures. I'm dispatching more ... [static]

[Sirens] Is it blocked?

What's happening over there?

[Sirens] Irkutsk ... [static]

Four Seven One Eight, Irkutsk calling ... [static] ... What is your location?

We are at ... [static] ...

Four Seven Four Nine, where are you?

[Static] that’s where he is.

What is he doing there?

You ask him what he's doing there.

Four Seven Four Nine to Irkutsk.

There's a accident on your territory. 100 m [static] near Krylatsky.

I'm on it.

Attention everyone working Irkutsk, attention everyone working Irkutsk. Write down a car theft: [static] 3104 [static], Volga 3104 red color. License plate is Konstantin 944 Elena Semyon 177 region ... [static] ... attention [static] ...

Irkutsk what time was the theft?

Fifteen minutes ago

Attention everyone working Irkutsk. One more theft [static] ... Cherry [static] ... License plate is Khoriton 426 Maria Elena 177 region.

Attention everyone working Irkutsk, attention everyone working Irkutsk. Annul the "chetvyorka" theft. I repeat annul.

Pizdets [static] ... I remembered [static].

Irkutsk calling Four Seven Four Nine.

I hear you Irkutsk.

I found them, it’s a Daewoo and another innomarka, yes?

[Static]

Where is it?

[Static] automobile and pay more attention.

[Static] Six Four calling Four Seven Four Nine? You there?

Here.

Tell me, please. In front of the streetlight on Krylatsky, what’s the address there?

You pass the streetlight and it is before Krylastky, about 500 meters before.

Vitaly is there.

In front of the streetlight?

At the streetlight that’s at Krylatsky, there’s ... [static]

At [static] ... Fifteen [static] ... There are about 15 people with clubs [static] ... They are trying to break through [static] ... There are a lot [static] ...

Do you need our help?

Four Seven One Eight, where did you get this information?

We are here? Nothing is going on.

Those people probably calmed down...

What, calm?

[Static]

Take that person out of the "pyatorka."

Where is the driver that was driving the car?

[Static] where are you located?

Why do you ask? I left for a bit.

What is the reason?

To pick up blanks

Did you ask permission? Who allowed you to leave your post?

No one.

[Yelling] Why did you leave your post! You better get back at once! You have some work to do, some protocols to fill out. Turn around now.

Yes. Zero Zero.

Seventy Four Nine, Seventy Four Nine. Check this car. Ulyana 511 Khoriton Olga 97 ... [static]. Vladimir Vladimirovich ... [static].

Check this car: Olga 865 Ulyanka Khoriton 96

063 Second Third. Can you guys check these cars faster?

I dictated it to you.

I can’t hear you, just barely.

[Static]

Put this through the computer. Olga 865 Ulyana Khoriton [static] Date of birth: 11 05 80.

Gotcha general.

Check this car. Roman 665 Anna Vladimir 99

Seven Four. What did you get on that car? [annoyed]

Hey are we gonna look at the car or what?

Check this car: Tatyana Olga Tatyana 136 Vladimir Vladimir 199

Six Six, Four Zero Five calling ... [static]

Are we gonna check that car?

One One One’s computer hasn’t worked for two days already

Can we put this through other routes?

[No answer]

Irkutsk Irkutsk, Seven Four Zero Six calling.

[No answer]

Irkutsk Irkutsk, Seven Four Zero Six calling.

[No answer]

Irkutsk Irkutsk, Seven Four Zero Six calling.

I’m busy right now, at an accident.

Irkutsk, Zero Six is processing an arrested person with OVD.

Who is processing?

Zero Six Four Two, don’t forget about the BMW, white color

Checking it out

Zero Six Six, Forty Seven Zero Three calling

Zero Six Six, Forty Seven Zero Three calling

Zero Six Six, Forty Seven Zero Three calling

Accident at [static]. Volva and Audi are in the middle of the road

Attention calling to stop BMW black color with tinted window. License plate 196 or 198.. [static].

Four Seven Zero Three calling Forty Three

Dictate

Calling Forty Three

Dictate! [angry] Dictate!

Olga 744 Elena Ulyana 177,

Forget that. We are working on the BMW, silver.

Zero Two, don’t forget about the BMW.

Who is standing there?

[No answer]

Who is standing there? [yelling] What the hell! You’ll be punished!

Irkutsk, Irkutsk. We have a casualty a Nissan and motorcycle at [indecipherable]. Nissan and motorcycle, alleged casualty. Repeat, alleged casualty.


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