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Uniden Bearcat BCD325P2 Police Scanner
Uniden Bearcat BCD325P2 Police Scanner Radio
Uniden BCD325P2 Scanner

An ultimate trunking APCO-25 Phase I & II Handheld police scanner. This scanner does it all including Close Call, GPS control and much more (details below). Order the scanner alone or build your own package with discounted accessories and HomeTown Programming.
List Price: $499.95
Our Price: $389.95
Sale Price: $379.95
You Save: $120.00

Stock Status: In Stock

Product Code: 10-501892


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AC Adapter:

3% Off

DC Adapter:

3% Off


10% Off


Wideband Portable Antenna:

10% Off

Single Band Portable Antenna:

10% Off

Carry Case:

10% Off

GPS Receiver:

5% Off

GPS Cable is required when ordering the above Uniden Bearcat GPS Receiver

and requires the above DC Adapter USB (5V 1A) to power the GPS and scanner.

GPS Cable:

GPS Prog:


10% Off

Ref. Card:

15% Off

DMR Upgrade:

ProVoice Upgrade:

  • DMR Update is for the areas using DMR Digital. See here for further information

  • ProVoice Update is for the areas using ProVoice Digital. See here for further information

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    Product Description

    The new Uniden BCD325P2 offers APCO 25 Phase I and II digital capability. For those who like GPS scanning, a feature no other manufacturer offers, you can now enable and disable not only Systems but Groups as well depending on your location (the optional GPS antenna that we sell is required).

    DMR & Provoice for your BCD325P2 and BCD996P2 scanner is now available!
    Now available for "P2" series scanners is the ability to monitor unencrypted DMR/MotoTRBO and EDACS ProVoice. This option allows monitoring these exciting systems if they are used in your area. ProVoice is used by many public safety systems around the country. DMR/TRBO is used mostly by business users but is also used by many public safety and local government systems.
    If your area uses DMR/TRBO or ProVoice then these (paid) upgrades will help you increase your monitoring ability.

    Included in the box
    • BCD325P2 Scanner
    • AA Rechargeable Batteries
    • Rubber Duck Antenna
    • USB Cable (Download Drivers)
    • Strap
    • Owner's Manual
    Online Resources


    • TrunkTracker V -- Tracks APCO Project 25 Phase I and II, Motorola, EDACS, and LTR systems
    • 25,000 Channels
    • Close Call™ RF Capture
    • Temporary Lockout
    • Location-Based Scanning*
    • Fire Tone-Out Alert
    • Band Scope
    • Rapid System/Channel Number Tagging
    • NAC/DCS/CTCSS Rapid Decoding
    • Audio AGC
    • S.A.M.E. Weather Alert
    • Location Alerts*
    • Crows-Flight Navigation*
    • Backlit Keypad & LCD
    • Dynamic Memory
    • Custom Search
    • 16 Character Text Tagging
    • Narrowband Reception
    • Key-Safe Mode
    • IF Exchange
    • Preemptive Trunking Priority
    • 12 Service Searches: Public Safety, News, Ham Radio, Marine, Railroad, Air, CB Radio, FRS/GMRS, Racing, FM Broadcast and Special (Itinerant)
    • Multi-Site System Support
    • Channel Volume Offset
    • PC Programming and Control (with 3rd party software, not included)
    • Frequency Coverage: 25-512 MHz, 758-824 MHz, 849-869 MHz, 894-960 MHz
      Includes: Batteries, antenna USB Cable and strap, and owner’s manual

      Technical Specs

      Frequency Coverage
      • 25.0000 - 512.0000 MHz
      • 758.0000 - 823.9875 MHz
      • 849.0125 - 868.9875 MHz
      • 894.0125 - 960.0000 MHz
      • Channels: 25,000 maximum
      • Systems: 500 maximum
      • Groups per system: 20 maximum
      • Talkgroups per trunked system: 500 maximum
      • Channels per conventional system: 1000 maximum
      • Scan Rate: 100 channels per second (conventional mode)
      • Search Rate: 300 steps per second (on 5 kHz steps)
      • System Quick Key range: 0-99
      • Group Quick Key range: 0-9
      • Custom Search Ranges: 10
      • Startup Keys: 10
      • System Number Tagging: 999
      • Channel Number Tagging: 999
      • Preprogrammed Service Search Bands: 12
      • Band Scope Span Range: 0.2 MHz To 500 MHz
      • Band Scope Step: 5 kHz To 100 kHz

      Band Scope Function
      • Frequency Span 0.2 MHz To 500 MHz
      • Frequency Step 5 kHz To 100 kHz


      • 250.0-3500.0Hz , 0.1Hz Step Programmable

      WX Alert

      • 1050 Hz Tone System
      • NWR-SAME System (Warning / Watch / Advisory)

      Supported trunking systems

      • Motorola Systems: Type I, II, II/I (hybrid)
      • EDACS Systems: FM, NFM, and SCAT
      • LTR Systems
      • APCO Systems: Astro Imbe, Astro 25

      Dynamic memory allocation capacity

      • Systems: 500 max
      • Groups: 20 per system
      • Site: 1000 max (All) 256 per system
      • Channels: 25000 max (40128 memory blocks)
      • Channels per Trunked System: 500 max

      Heterodyne System

      • 1st IF: 380.7 to 380.8 MHz / 265.5 to 265.6 MHz
      • 2nd IF: 10.8 MHz
      • 3rd IF: 450 kHz

      Special Report

      Average Customer Review: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 19 Write a review.

        1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
      Love the BCD325P2 handheld scanner November 6, 2017
      Reviewer: JOSEPH E MESSINA from DIX HILLS, NY United States  
      I love the BCD325P2 handheld scanner, the only thing is that my belt clip on the back broke and want to know if I can get a replacement clip that was on the scanner or if there is a really good case I can get for it the case I have for it is  a tight fit when I want to take the scanner out to charge it I have to force it out and another case I have for it that goes onto my belt for it to stay on my belt I have snap buttons closed for it to stay on it is rteally difficult.  I would like to know if I can get a replacement clip that came with the scanner or there is another case for it that anyone  recommends

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        2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
      My review on the Uniden BCD325P2 August 22, 2017
      Reviewer: Benjamin Terrero from Broken Arrow, OK United States  
      I bought the BCD325P2 about three weeks ago and I'm very please with the way it broadcast P25 frequencies. I also purchase the Unication G4 and I'm waiting for it to arrive. I recommend the BCD325P2.

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        2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
      BCD325P2 August 19, 2017
      Reviewer: Dennis Michaud from Wethersfield, CT United States  
      Really like the radio since I am used to the 396 plus have the 996P2. My local police and fire come in loud and clear on APCO II. Like the Function Key included with main keyboard instead of on the side. Makes it so much easier to lock out a group or groups. So far no issue with batteries or charging.

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        0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
      Works great, eats batteries August 4, 2017
      Reviewer: Rex Cutshall from Bloomington, IN United States  
      This hand held scanner works exactly as expected.  It does have extremely short battery life.  2-3 hours at best.  Keep a spare pair charged or a cable handy.  I would rate it a 5 star if the battery life was better.  No issues with its functionality.

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        1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
      My new Uniden BCD 325 p2 radio scanner June 23, 2017
      Reviewer: Tyson from BC Canada  
      I just got a new Uniden BCD 325 p2 police scanner .
      I am very happy with it  . It's get all the stuff I wanted it to .
      The radio is vey easy to operate and to program.
      I would not do the home programming by the company .
      I would pay for radio reference and do it my self .
      Unless you live at or near scanner master . It's just that
      they do not now Canada very well and won't put it all in .
      Scanner master is a very good company to buy scanners from . Very helpful and they now all about scanners and how they work . And they are very fast and the prides are good to.
      I had a Uniden 436 HP before and I like this one a lot better.
      The program is a lot easier to use and it's the same with the 536 to . I have had them both . The extra money is not worth it and with the updates . It makes the radio work excellent.
      I live in BC Canada and I get it all . So if you are into police scanners buy one you will love it .

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