Police radio codes

Police radio codes DEFAULT
10-0Caution
10-1Reception poor
10-2Reception good
10-3Stop transmitting
10-4Message received, understood
10-5Relay message
10-6Change channel
10-7Out of service
10-7AOut of service, home
10-7BOut of service, personal
10-8In service
10-9Repeat message
10-10Off duty
10-10AOff duty, home
10-11Identify frequency
10-12Visitor(s) present
10-13Weather and road advice
10-14Citizen w/suspect
10-15Prisoner in custody
10-16Pick up prisoner
10-17Request for gasoline
10-18Equipment exchange
10-19Return(ing) to station
10-20Location
10-21Telephone
10-21AAdvise home I will return at:
10-22Disregard last assignment
10-23Stand by
10-24Request car-to-car transmit
10-25Do you have contact with:
10-26Clear
10-27D.D.L. report
10-28Registration request
10-29Check for wants
10-29FSubject wanted, felony
10-29HHazard potential from subject
10-29MSubject wanted, Misdemeanor
10-29VVehicle wanted
10-30Doesn't conform to regulations
10-32Drowning
10-33Alarm sounding, audible
10-34Assist at office
10-35Time check
10-36Confidential information
10-37Identify operator
10-39Can () come to the radio?
10-40Is () available for phone call?
10-42Check the welfare of/at:
10-43Call a doctor
10-45Condition of patient?
10-45AGood
10-45BSerious
10-45CCritical
10-45DDead
10-49Proceed to:
10-50Under influence of drugs
10-51Drunk
10-52Resuscitator
10-53Man down
10-54Possible dead body
10-55Coroner case
10-56Suicide
10-56ASuicide attempt
10-57Missing person
10-59Security check
10-60Lock-out
10-61Miscellaneous public service
10-62Meet a citizen
10-62ATake a report from a citizen
10-62BCivilian standby
10-63Prepare to copy
10-64Found property
10-66Suspicious person
10-67Person calling for help
10-68Telephone for police
10-70Prowler
10-71Shooting
10-72Gun involved
10-73How do you receive?
10-79Bomb threat
10-80Explosion
10-86Any radio traffic?
10-88Assume post
10-91Animal
10-91AAnimal, stray
10-91BAnimal, noisy
10-91CAnimal, injured
10-91DAnimal, dead
10-91EAnimal, bite
10-91GAnimal, pickup
10-91JAnimal, pickup collect
10-91LAnimal, leash law violation
10-91VAnimal, vicious
10-95Need ID tech unit
10-97Arrived at scene
10-98Available to assign

Police Scanner 1-37 Codes...


Code 2Urgent - no light or siren
Code 3Use lights and siren
Code 4No further assistance needed
Code 5Stakeout
Code 6Stay out of area
Code 7Meal break
Code 8Restroom break
Code 9Summer uniform
Code 10SWAT pre-call up
Code 11SWAT Call up
Code 37Subject/Property wanted
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10-7A Out of service at home.
10-7B Out of service - personal.
10-7od Out of service - off duty
10-8 In service/available for assignment.
10-9 Repeat last transmission.
10-10 Off duty.
10-10A Off duty at home.
10-11 Identify this frequency.
10-12 Visitors are present (be discrete).
10-13 Advise weather and road conditions.
10-14 Citizen holding suspect.
10-15 Prisoner in custody.
10-16 Pick up prisoner.
10-17 Request for gasoline.
10-18 Equipment exchange.
10-19 Return/returning to the station.
10-20 Location?
10-21 Telephone:______
10-21a Advise home that I will return at ______.
10-21b Phone your home
10-21r Phone radio dispatch
10-22 Disregard the last assignment.
10-22c Leave area if all secure.
10-23 Standby.
10-24 Request car-to-car transmission.
10-25 Do you have contact with _______?
10-26 Clear.
10-27 Driver's license check.
10-28 Vehicle registration request.
10-29 Check wants/warrants.[vehicle] (PIN,SVS)
10-29a Check wants/warrants [subject] (PIN)
10-29c Check complete [subject]
10-29f The subject is wanted for a felony.
10-29h Caution - severe hazard potential.
10-29r Check wants/record [subject PIN,CJIC)
10-29m The subject is wanted for a misdemeanor.
10-29v The vehicle wanted in connection W/crime.
10-30 Does not conform to regulations.
10-32 Drowning.
10-33 Alarm sounding.
10-34 Assist at office.
10-35 Time check.
10-36 Confidential information.
10-37 Identify the operator.
10-39 Can ______ come to the radio?
10-40 Is ______ available for a telephone call?
10-42 Check on the welfare of/at ______.
10-43 Call a doctor.
10-45 What is the condition of the patient?
10-45A Condition of patient is good.
10-45B Condition of patient is serious.
10-45C Condition of patient is critical.
10-45D Patient is deceased.
10-46 Sick person [ambulance enroute]
10-48 Ambulance transfer call
10-49 Proceed to/Enroute to ______.
10-50 under influence of narcotics/Take a report.
10-51 Subject is drunk.
10-52 Resuscitator is needed.
10-53 Person down.
10-54 Possible dead body.
10-55 Coroner's case.
10-56 Suicide.
10-56A Suicide attempt.
10-57 Firearm discharged.
10-58 Garbage complaint
10-59 Security check./Malicious mischief
10-60 Lock out.
10-61 Miscellaneous public service.
10-62 Meet a citizen.
10-62A Take a report from a citizen.
10-62B Civil standby.
10-63 Prepare to copy.
10-64 Found property.
10-65 Missing person
10-66 Suspicious person.
10-67 Person calling for help.
10-68 Call for police made via telephone.
10-70 Prowler.
10-71 Shooting.
10-72 Knifing.
10-73 How do you receive?
10-79 Bomb threat.
10-80 Explosion.
10-86 Any traffic?
10-87 Meet the officer at ______.
10-88 Fill with the officer/Assume your post.
10-91 Animal.
10-91a Stray.
10-91b Noisy animal.
10-91c Injured animal.
10-91d Dead animal.
10-91e Animal bite.
10-91g Animal pickup.
10-91h Stray horse
10-91j Pickup/collect ______.
10-91L Leash law violation.
10-91V Vicious animal.
10-95 pedestrian/ Requesting an I.D./Techunit.
10-96 Out of vehicle-ped. send backup
10-97 Arrived at the scene.
10-98 Available for assignment.
10-99 Open police garage door.
10-100 Civil disturbance - Mutual aid standby.
10-101 Civil disturbance - Mutual aid request.

11-00 Codes
11-10 Take a report.
11-24 Abandoned automobile.
11-25 Traffic hazard.
11-26 Abandoned bicycle.
11-27 10-27 with the driver being held.
11-28 10-28 with the driver being held.
11-40 Advise if an ambulance is needed.
11-41 An ambulance is needed.
11-42 No ambulance is needed.
11-48 Furnish transportation.
11-51 Escort.
11-52 Funeral detail.
11-54 Suspicious vehicle.
11-55 Officer is being followed by automobile.
11-56 Officer is being followed by auto containing dangerous persons.
11-57 An unidentified auto appeared at the scene of the assignment.
11-58 Radio traffic is being monitored. Phone all non-routine messages.
11-59 Give intensive attention to high hazard/business areas.
11-60 Attack in a high hazard area.
11-65 Signal light is out.
11-66 Defective traffic light.
11-71 Fire.
11-78 Aircraft accident.
11-79 Accident - ambulance has been sent.
11-80 Accident - major injuries.
11-81 Accident - minor injuries.
11-82 Accident - no injuries.
11-83 Accident - no details.
11-84 Direct traffic.
11-85 Tow truck required.
11-94 Pedestrian stop.
11-95 Routine traffic stop.
11-96 Checking a suspicious vehicle.
11-97 Time/security check on patrol vehicles.
11-98 Meet: _______
11-99 Officer needs help.

900 Series Codes
904 Fire.
904A Automobile fire.
904B Building fire.
904G Grass fire.
909 Traffic problem; police needed.
910 Can handle this detail.
925 Suspicious vehicle.
932 Turn on _______ mobile relay at _______.
933 Turn off mobile relay.
949 Burning inspection at _______.
950 Control burn in progress/about to begin/ended.
951 Need fire investigator.
952 Report on conditions.
953 Investigate smoke.
953A Investigate gas.
954 Off the air at the scene of the fire.
955 Fire is under control.
956 Assignment not finished.
957 Delayed response of __ minutes.
980 Restrict calls to emergency only.
981 Resume normal traffic.
1000 Plane crash
3000 Road block

Other Codes
Code 1 Do so at your convenience.
Code 2 Urgent.
Code 3 Emergency/lights and siren.
Code 4 No further assistance is needed.
Code 5 Stakeout.
Code 6 Responding from a long distance.
Code 7 Mealtime.
Code 8 Request cover/backup.
Code 9 Set up a roadblock.
Code 10 Bomb threat
Code 12 Notify news media
Code 20 Officer needs assistance
Code 22 Restricted radio traffic
Code 30 Officer needs HELP - EMERGENCY!
Code 33 Mobile emergency - clear this radio channel.
Code 43 TAC forces committed.
AID Public Safety Assistance

Phonetic Alphabet

A Adam        N Nora
B Boy           O Ocean
C Charles      P Paul
D David        Q Queen
E Edward      R Robert
F Frank         S Sam
G George      T Tom
H Henry        U Union
I Ida               V Victor
J John            W William
K King           X X-ray
L Lincoln      Y Yellow
M Mary         Z Zebra

 

 

MOST FREQUENTLY USED CALIFORNIA PENAL CODES
32 Accessory to a felony
67 Offer a bribe to executive officer
69 Deter/resist executive officer (other than peace officer) by threat/force/violence
71 Threaten injury to school officer or employee
102 Take or destroy property in custody of officer
118 Perjury
136.1(a) Intimidation of witness or victim from attending/testifying at any trial
136.1(b1) Intimidation of witness or victim from reporting crime to police/other authorities
136.1(C1) Intimidation of witness or victim by force/threat of violence
137(a) Offer bribe to influence testimony
146a Impersonating a peace officer
148 Interfering with an officer
148.1 False report of a bomb
148.5 False report of a crime
150 Refuse to aid an officer
151(a1) Advocate killing/injuring officer
187 Murder
192.1 Voluntary manslaughter
192.2 Involuntary manslaughter
192.3 Vehicular manslaughter
203 Mayhem
207 Kidnap
209a Kidnaping for ransom/extortion
209b Kidnaping for robbery
211 Robbery
220 Assault with intent to mayhem/rape/sodomy/oral copulation
236 False imprisonment
240 *Assault
240-242 *Assault and Battery
241 Assault on peace officer/EMT/firefighter
242 *Battery
243a Battery against a citizen
243b Battery against a peace officer
244 Throwing acid with intent to disfigure or burn
245 Assault with a deadly weapon
245b Assault with a deadly weapon against a peace officer
246 Shooting at an inhabited dwelling or vehicle
261 Rape
261.5 Rape - under 18 years of age
262 Rape of spouse
266h Pimping
266i Pandering
270 Child neglect/failing to pay the support payments
271 Child abandonment - under 14
272 Contributing to the delinquency of a minor
273.5a Corporal injury to spouse/cohabitant
273d Corporal injury upon child
278 Child abduction from parent or guardian
285 Incest
286 Sodomy
288 Sex crimes against children
288a Oral copulation
290 Sex registration
311.2a Possession of obscene matter
311.2b Possessing obscene matter depicting a minor
314 Indecent exposure
330 Gambling
373 Public nuisance misdemeanors (spitting in public
places, etc.)
374b Garbage dumping
402b Abandoned refrigerator
415 Disturbing the peace (be specific)
417 Brandishing a weapon
451 Arson
459 Burglary
470 Forgery
476a Insufficient funds (checks)
484e Theft of a credit card
484f Forged credit card
484g Illegal use of a credit card
487 Grand Theft ($400+)
488 Petty theft (<$400)
496 Receiving stolen property
499b Joyriding
503 Embezzlement
537 Nonpayment of a bill (Restaurants, etc.)
537e Article with serial number removed
555 Posted trespass
594 Vandalism
597 Killing or abusing animals
602L Trespass
603 Trespass with damage
647b Prostitution
647f Drunk in public
647g Disorderly conduct - loitering on private property at night
647h Disorderly conduct - peeking into an inhabited building
647a Annoy/molest child
653m Harassment by phone (obscene call)
4532 Escape (also 32 PC)
12020 Possession of a deadly weapon
12025 Possession of a concealed firearm
12031 Possession of a loaded firearm

MOST FREQUENTLY USED CALIFORNIA VEHICLE CODES
10851 Auto theft
10852 Malicious mischief to a vehicle
22500e Vehicle blocking a driveway
23109 Exhibition of speed
23110 Throwing articles at a vehicle
4601 Suspended or revoked license
20001 Hit and run - injury or death
20002 Hit and run - property damage
21111 Throwing article
22348 Maximum speed law - 55 MPH
23112 Throwing garbage on highway
22350 Basic speed law - unsafe speed
23152 Drunk driving

MOST FREQUENTLY USED CALIFORNIA HEALTH AND SAFETY CODES
(Relating to heroin, cocaine, peyote, mescaline, and THC)

11350 Possession
11351 Possession for sales
11352 Sale/transportation


(Relating to marijuana)

11357a Possession of hashish
11357b Possession of less than 1 ounce
11357c Possession of more than 1 ounce
11358 Cultivation
11359 Possession for sales
11360a Sale/transportation

(Relating to barbiturates, amphetamines and LSD)

11377 Possession
11378 Possession for sale

MISCELLANEOUS HEALTH AND SAFETY CODES
5150 Mental/emotional
5170 Unable to care for self
11364 Paraphernalia
11368 Forged prescription
11550 Under influence of a controlled substance
12677 Fireworks

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Police 10 Codes

What are Police 10 Codes?

Police 10 Codes are signals used by police officers, law enforcement officials, and government agencies to talk in two-way radio communications. The codes are numbers that correspond to words, phrases, and messages that are frequently used in law enforcement work. Also, variations of the codes are used by private citizens in Citizen’s Band (CB) radio transmissions.

Police officers are in constant communication with dispatch, other officers, support departments, the local jail, and county correctional facilities, and others. The codes help streamline communication and also add an element of secrecy. Plus, they help shield communications from the general public.

How did Police 10 Codes Originate?

Originally, Police 10 codes were used in the United States law enforcement community prior to the Second World War. In 1940, the Association of Public Safety Communication Officials (APC) published the first official set of police 10 codes. These radio signals were invented to help reduce the use of speech on the police radio. In addition, the codes enable a certain amount of privacy to the radio transmissions. Meaning, someone must know the meaning of the signals to understand the discussion.

In 1974, the Association of Public Safety Communication Officials expanded the use of the police radio codes to make them briefer and to standardize message traffic.

Official Set of Police Ten Codes

There is no truly universal or official set of police 10 codesTherefore, the meaning of a particular scanner code or signal can vary between one police jurisdiction and another. For example, police departments in the state of California will likely use different codes and signals than the state of Florida, New York, or Texas.

At first, law enforcement ten signals were intended to be a concise, standardized system to help officers and officials talk on the radio. However, the proliferation of different meanings has rendered it somewhat useless. Most commonly, in situations where people from different agencies and jurisdictions need to communicate with one another.

In 2005, the United States Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) began discouraging the use of ten-codes and other law enforcement radio signals. This was due to their high variability in meaning between departments and agencies. Hence, the Department of Homeland Security may discontinue the use of the signals.

Many police departments around the country are using regular English during radio conversations to ensure clarity in communications. This actually makes things easier for the officer and dispatch. As a result, they don’t have to mentally refer back to the list of ten codes to decipher a transmission. However, this approach does eliminate any secrecy or privacy from the radio transmission.

Variations

Some organizations and municipalities also use other types of police radio codes. For example, the California Highway Patrol (CHP) uses “eleven-codes“, and the Port Authority Police uses “eight codes”. They established these in an attempt to have a new and unique set of signals.

In addition, the meaning of the individual codes may vary between police officers and other public service units. For example, Emergency Medical Services (EMS), fire departments, and other law enforcement units.

List of Police 10 Codes

Following is a list of some of the most common police 10 codes. Again, it is important to note that there is no truly universal set of police 10 codes. Usage varies between departments, states, and agencies. If you are aware of any that we may have missed, please post a comment below.

10-1 = Poor reception
10-2 = Good reception
10-3 = Stop transmitting
10-4 = Message received, affirmative, OK
10-5 = Relay this information to (name of a person, officer, etc.)
10-6 = Officer is busy
10-7 = Out of service, unavailable
10-8 = In-service
10-9 = Please repeat (please repeat the message)
10-10 = Negative (no)
10- 11 = Dog case (or other animal)
10-12 = Standby
10-13 = Civilians present and listening (this let’s dispatch or others know not to disclose sensitive information)
10-14 = Prowler report
10-15 = En route to the station with suspect
10-16 = Domestic problem
10-17 = Meet complainant
10-18 = Urgent matter
10-19 = Return to the station
10-20 = Specify location/my location is (name of location)
10-21 = Place a phone call to (name of person)
10-22 = Disregard
10-23 = Stand by on this frequency (1023 also stands for “on the scene” in some areas)
10-24 = Assignment completed
10-25 = Please report in person (meeting)
10-26 = Detaining suspect
10-27 = Vehicle registration request
10-28 = Arrests / warrants found on driver’s license
10-29 = Arrests / warrants found on the vehicle
10-30 = Unnecessary use of police radio
10-31 = Crime or criminal act in progress
10-32 = Gun / firearm
10-33 = Emergency traffic follows, hold routine messages
10-34 = Radio Frequency open (cancels the 10-33 message)
10-35 = Major crime alert
10-36 = What is the correct time of day?
10-37 = Suspicious vehicle (investigate)
10-38 = Suspicious vehicle (stopping)
10-39 = False alarm, premises were occupied
10-40 = False alarm, no activity, premises appears to be secure
10-41 = Begin watch
10-42 = End of watch. The end of watch signal is used when an officer passes away. For instance, either in the line of duty or due to illness. The ceremony is typically conducted by the dispatcher issuing one last call to the officer, followed by a moment of silence.
10-43 = Information
10-44 = Permission to leave
10-45 = Fueling squad car / vehicle
10-46 = Provide motorist assistance
10-47 = Emergency road repair needed at
10-48 = Traffic standard repair needed at
10-49 = En route to an assignment
10-50 = Accident
10-51 = Tow truck needed
10-52 = Ambulance needed
10-53 = Road blocked at (name of location)
10-54 = Animals on the highway
10-55 = Security check (also used for an intoxicated driver)
10-56 = Intoxicated pedestrian
10-57 = Hit-and-run accident
10-58 = Direct traffic
10-59 = Escort
10-60 = Squad in the vicinity, lock-out
10-61 = Personnel in area
10-62 = Reply to message
10-63 = Clear to copy info?
10-64 = Message for delivery
10-65 = Net message assignment
10-66 = Net message cancellation
10-67 = Person calling for help
10-68 = Dispatch message
10-69 = Confirms message received
10-70 = Prowler, fire alarm
10-71 = Gun involved, advise nature of fire
10-72 = Shooting, fire progress report
10-73 = Smoke reported
10-74 = Negative, no
10-75 = In contact with (name)
10-76 = Officer is en route / on the way
10-77 = Estimated Time of Arrival (ETA), amount of time until
10-78 = Need assistance
10-79 = bomb threat
10-80 = Bomb has exploded
10-81 = Breathalyzer report
10-82 = Reserve lodging
10-83 = Work school crossing at (location)
10-84 = If meeting _, please advise ETA
10-85 = Delay due to (reason)
10-86 = Police officer on-duty
10-87 = Pickup
10-88 = Please lookup the present phone number of (person)
10-89 = Bomb threat
10-90 = Bank alarm going off at (location)
10-91 = Picking up a prisoner
10-92 = Improperly parked vehicle
10-93 = Blockage
10-94 = Drag racing
10-95 = Prisoner/subject is in custody
10-96 = Psych patient, a person exhibiting crazy or psychotic behavior
10-97 = Check signal (1097 also means “On Scene” in California and other areas)
10-98 = Prison break or jailbreak
10-99 = Wanted/stolen record

Other Police 10 codes

10-100 = Dead body found
10-101 = What is your status?
10-106 = Secure
10-200 = Alarm
10-999 = Officer down / officer needs help immediately. This is an SOS alert that requires immediate attention. In a situation where an officer is down, all available units will respond.

Note: These are sometimes in the format “code number” instead of using the number 10. For example, in some situations, the officer wouldn’t say, “I’m 10-7”, meaning they are “out of service.” Rather, the officer would simply say, “code seven.” Again, the style of usage may vary by department.


List of Police Scanner Codes

Following is a sample list of police scanner codes. Remember, these can vary by department, city, and geographic area.

187 = Homicide
207 = Kidnapping (207a is a kidnapping attempt)
211 = Robbery (also, the 211a scanner code means robbery with alarm, 211s is with silent alarm)
217 = Assault with intent to murder
5150 = Mental case
10851 = Auto theft / stolen vehicle
10852 = Tampering with vehicle
20001 = Hit and run – Felony
20002 = Hit and run – Misdemeanor
20007 = Hit and run – Unattended
21958 = Drunk pedestrian on the roadway
22350 = Speeding
22500 = Illegal parking
23101 = Drunk driving – with injuries
23102 = Drunk driving
23103 = Reckless driver
23104 = Reckless driver
23105 = Driver under the influence of narcotics
23109 = Auto Racing
23110 = Person throwing objects at vehicles
23151 = Drunk driving – with injuries
23152 = Drunk driver

In addition to numerical scanner codes, departments may assign a meaning to a color (e.g. blue, red, purple, etc.). For example, in some departments, Code Blue means “emergency situation”, similar to its use in hospitals. Also, Code purple means “gang activity”. As with the others, there is not a universal standard for color codes.

Use of the Phonetic Alphabet in Radio Communication

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation that is based primarily on the Latin alphabet. The International Phonetic Association developed the Phonetic Alphabet to standardize the representation of the sounds of spoken language.

The Phonetic Alphabet is used by police officers, cops, military officials, and even private investigators and civilians during radio communications. These individuals use the alphabet to ensure clear communication when they talk with other cops, dispatch, or other officials. For example, the alphabet is used when communicating a description of a subject, a tag number, or a street address. It is often used in radio communication.

Military Phonetic Alphabet

Officers may use the military phonetic alphabet when talking on the radio. The use of the military phonetic alphabet helps ensure all parties understand the correct spelling of names, streets, buildings, etc. Following is a table explaining the letters of the phonetic alphabet and their pronunciation:

A = Alpha (AL fah)
B = Bravo (BRAH VOH)
C = Charlie (CHAR lee)
D = Delta (DELL tah)
E = Echo (ECK oh)
F = Foxtrot (FOKS trot)
G = Golf (GOLF)
H = Hotel (hoh TELL)
I = India (IN dee ah)
J = Juliett (JEW lee ETT)
K = Kilo (KEY loh)
L = Lima (LEE mah)
M = Mike (MIKE)
N = November (no VEM ber)
O = Oscar (OSS cah)
P = Papa (pah PAH)
Q = Quebec (keh BECK)
R = Romeo (ROW me oh)
S = Sierra (see AIR rah)
T = Tango (TANG go)
U = Uniform (YOU nee form
V = Victor (VIK tah)
W = Whiskey (WISS key)
X = X-Ray (ECKS RAY)
Y = Yankee (YANG key)
Z = Zulu (ZOO loo)

Civilian Phonetic Alphabet

Following is a version of the phonetic alphabet used by civilians:

  • A = Adam
  • B = Boy
  • C = Charles
  • D = David
  • E = Edward
  • F = Frank
  • G = George
  • H = Henry
  • I = Ida
  • J = John
  • K = King
  • L = Lincoln
  • M = Mary
  • N = Nora
  • O = Ocean
  • P = Paul
  • Q = Queen
  • R = Robert
  • S = Sam
  • T = Tom
  • U = Unicorn
  • V = Victor
  • W = William
  • X = X-Ray
  • Y = Yellow
  • Z = Zebra

List of Acronyms Used by Cops During Police Work

Additionally, officers may use acronyms to shorten communications. Following are some of the most commonly used acronyms and terms (we’re still building this part of our list, so if you know of any others, please leave a comment below):

  • ADW = Assault with a Deadly Weapon
  • AKA = Also Known As
  • AG = Attorney General
  • ATF = Alcohol Tobacco & Firearms
  • B & E – Breaking and Entering
  • BOLO = Be On the Lookout
  • CHP = California Highway Patrol
  • CRT = Code Response Team
  • CI = Confidential Informant
  • CO = Commanding Officer
  • DA = District Attorney
  • DEA = Drug Enforcement Agency
  • DL = Driver’s License
  • DOA = Dead On Arrival
  • DOC = Department of Corrections
  • DMV = Department of Motor Vehicles
  • DEA = Drug Enforcement Administration
  • DOB = Date Of Birth
  • DUI = Driving Under the Influence
  • DWI = Driving While Intoxicated
  • ETA = Estimated Time of Arrival (also used in general to mean “how much time”)
  • EOW = End of Watch
  • FBI = Federal Bureau of Investigation
  • FTA = Failure To Appear
  • GTA – Grand Theft Auto
  • OIS = Officer-Involved Shooting
  • PD = Police Department
  • PnP = Party in Play. Most often refers to a party in progress that involves drug use such as meth or ecstasy.
  • RHD = Robbery Homicide Division
  • RP = Reporting Party
  • SRT = Special Response Team
  • SWAT = Special Weapons And Tactics
  • VIN = Vehicle Identification Number

Other Types of Codes and Signals

Occasionally, departments may use coded names and terms to specify a unit that covers a particular geographic area, such as Patrol 1, Patrol 2, etc. For example, the code name “Patrol 1” might be associated with a particular beat, or a certain section of a city, town, etc.

In other cases, there may be a special designation for supervisors, motorcycle units, swat teams, or even marine units.

Also, departments may use coded names as a representation for different segments, such as Squad 1, Unit 1, Team 3, etc. These may be used to indicate the particular group that is responding to a call or the squad that is on the scene of a crime.


Amateur Radio Operators

Amateur radio Ham operators do not use ten-codes. Instead, they use something called Q codes, which are derived from Morse code. The use of ten codes is highly discouraged in amateur Ham radio use, especially among seasoned professionals. However, they are sometimes used by novice operators.

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With an annual subscription of $21.00 you will also receive access to our on-line 4 Million frequency searchable databases. We also have a site dedicated to Trunked Frequencies which is also available to you at no charge. You can look up frequencies by city/state You can look up frequencies by frequency/state You can print up the list of frequencies You can email a search to yourself to use in Excel or Scancat ============================================================================= ACTION AMBULANCE SERVICE (WARREN, OH) RADIO CODES: STATIONS: 50 TRUMBULL MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 60 SAINT JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL 70 WARREN GENERAL HOSPITAL SIGNALS: 10-4 OK,ACKNOWLEDGEMENT 10-46 DRUNK 10-7 OUT OF SERVICE 10-55 FIGHT 10-8 EN ROUTE/IN SERVICE 10-84 ACCIDENT 10-19 RETURN TO BASE 10-97 ARRIVED ON LOCATION 10-20 LOCATION? P. 10-32 VEHICLE OR OPERATOR INFO. ROAD REPAIRS NEEDED 10-3 STOP TRANSMITTING 10-48 TRAFFIC STANDARD REPAIR 10-4 ACKNOWLEDGEMENT 10-49 TRAFFIC LIGHT OUT 10-5 RELAY 10-50 TRAFFIC ACCIDENT 10-6 BUSY, STAND-BY 10-51 WRECKER NEEDED 10-7 OUT OF SERVICE 10-52 AMBULANCE NEEDED 10-8 IN SERVICE 10-53 ROAD BLOCKED 10-9 REPEAT 10-54 LIVESTOCK ON HIGHWAY 10-10 FIGHT IN PROGRESS 10-55 INTOXICATED DRIVER 10-11 DOG CHASE 10-56 INTOXICATED PERSON 10-12 STAND BY (STOP) 10-57 HIT AND RUN 10-13 WEATHER & ROAD REPORT 10-58 DIRECT TRAFFIC 10-14 REPORT OF PROWLER 10-59 CONVOY OR ESCORT 10-15 CIVIL DISTURBANCE 10-60 SQUAD IN VICINITY 10-16 DOMESTIC DISTURBANCE 10-61 PERSONNEL IN AREA 10-17 MEET COMPLAINTANT 10-62 REPLY TO MESSAGE 10-18 COMPLETE ASSGN. QUICKLY 10-63 PREPARE TO MAKE WRITTEN CPY. 10-19 RETURN TO ------ 10-64 MESSAGE FOR LOCAL DEL. 10-20 LOCATION 10-65 NET MESSAGE ASSGN. 10-21 CALL --- BY TELEPHONE 10-66 MESSAGE CANCELLATION 10-22 DISREGARD 10-67 CLEAR TO READ NET MSG. 10-23 ARRIVED AT SCENE 10-68 DISPATCH INFORMATION 10-24 ASSIGNMENT COMPLETED 10-69 MESSAGE RECEIVED 10-25 REPORT IN PERSON TO --- 10-70 FIRE ALARM 10-26 DETAINING SUBJECT, EXPID 10-71 ADVISE NATURE OF FIRE 10-27 DRIVERS LICENSE INFO. 10-72 REPORT PROGRESS ON FIRE 10-28 VEHICLE REGISTRATION 10-73 SMOKE REPORT 10-29 CHECK RECORDS FOR WANT. 10-74 NEGATIVE 10-30 ILLEGAL USE OF RADIO 10-75 IN CONTACT WITH 10-31 CRIME IN PROGRESS 10-76 EN ROUTE 10-32 MAN WITH GUN 10-77 ETA 10-33 EMERGENCY 10-78 NEED ASSISTANCE 10-34 RIOT 10-79 NOTIFY CORONER 10-35 MAJOR CRIME ALERT 10-82 RESERVE LODGING 10-36 CORRECT TIME 10-84 IF MEETING --- ADVISE ETA 10-37 INVES. SUSP. VEHICLE 10-85 WILL BE LATE 10-38 STOPPING SUSP. VEHICLE 10-87 PICK UP CHECKS DISTR. 12 EMERGENCY !!! ALSO USED BY CITY OF ATHENS AND OHIO UNIVERSITY. 57 HUNTERS 23 ARRIVED AT SCENE 59 BUILDING CHECK 24 CLEAR FROM CALL 90 VEHICLE SERVICE 25 WARRANT/WANTED 91 COURT 26 PRISONER IN CUSTODY 92 LEAVING COUNTY 27 PICK UP PRISONER 93 HQ, REPORTS 28 ASSIST OTHER PD 94 FOLLOW UP 29 PUBLIC ASSIST 95 TRAINING 30 TRAFFIC ACCIDENT 97 OPEN GARAGE DOOR 31 TRAFFIC ACCIDENT (INJ) 100 ONE WAY TRANSMISSION ============================================================================= BYRD AMBULANCE CODES & SIGNALS: 101 AT DESTINATION 146 MORGUE 102 IN SERVICE 147 EATING 103 OUT OF SVC (SBJ TO CALL) 148 CRESTLINE MEM. HOSPITAL 104 REC. CALL ON OTHER CHANNEL 149 GALION COMM. HOSPITAL 105 CALL BY PHONE 150 BUCYRUS COMM. HOSPITAL 106 OUT OF SVC (EQPT FAIL) 151 FUNERAL 107 STAND-BY 152 RICHLAND HOSPITAL 108 UNABLE TO COPY 153 HOME 109 WHAT IS YOUR STATUS 154 SHELBY HOSPITAL 110 TRAVELING EMPTY 155 WILLARD HOSPITAL 111 TRAVELING W/PATIENT 156 KETTERING HOSPITAL 112 REFUSED TO RIDE 157 ASHLAND HOSPITAL 113 INVALID RUN 158G MARION GEN. HOSPITAL 114 INVALID RUN - IMMEDIATE 158C MARION COMM. MED. CENTER 115 INVALID RUN - OXYGEN 159 OSU HOSPITAL 116 EMERGENCY RUN 160 RIVERSIDE METHODIST HOSP. 117 EMERGENCY RUN - OXYGEN 161 CHILDRENS HOSPITAL 118 AUTO ACCIDENT - INJURY 162 ROSEWOOD MANOR 119 OUT OF TOWN TRANSFER 163 GALION NURSING HOME 120 FALSE RUN 164 WOODLAWN NURSING HOME 121 DEAD ON ARRIVAL 165 WINCHESTER NURSING HOME 122 AUTO ACCIDENT - NO INJ 166 GRIFFITH NURSING HOME 123 HOMICIDE 167 ROSEMONT NURSING HOME 124 SUICIDE 168 STURGES NURSING HOME 125 OVERDOSE 169 PARAMORE NURSING HOME 126 BURN PATIENT 170 HILLCREST NURSING HOME 127 MENTAL 171 CRESTWOOD CARE CENTER 128 MATERNITY 172 OVERLOOK NURSING HOME 129 CORONARY 173 CLEVELAND CLINIC 130 AUTO ACCIDENT - FATAL 174 MANSFIELD MEM. HOME 131 SEIZURE 175 CRESTLINE NURSING HOME 132 DROWNING 176 WESTFALL NURSING HOME 133 DIABETIC 177 FAIRVIEW MANOR (CRAWFORD CO.) 134 SHOOTING 178 BELL-HOFFMAN-MICHAEL HOME 135 STABBING 179 MAPLECREST HOME 136 INTOXICATED 180 GOOD SHEPARD HOME 137 C.V.A. 181 BRETHREN CARE CENTER 138 PLANE CRASH 182 LOUDONVILLE HOLIDAYS HOME 139 NATURAL DEATH 183 COLLINS NURSING HOME 140 DEATH CALL 184 PINEFROCK FUNERAL HOME 141 MANSFIELD GEN. CODE 7 PLAN --- IN EFFECT TEN CODES: 1 IN SERVICE 47 DISTURBANCE 2 OUT OF SERVICE 47R DISTURBANCE - ROWDIES 3 STAND BY 48 TROUBLE 4 O.K. VEHICLE REGISTRATION 69 ACCIDENT - DRUNK INVOLVED 25 OFFICER NEEDS HELP 70 HIT AND RUN - PROPERTY DAMAGE 26 REQ. EMERGENCY CLEARANCE 71 HIT AND RUN - INJURY 27 BANK ALARM -- CODE 2 72 HIT AND RUN - IN ROUTE 28 ADT ALARM -- CODE 2 73 HIT AND RUN - DRUNK INVOLVED 29 THEFT - GET FULL REPORT 74 TRAFFIC JAM 30 SHOPLIFTER 75 BLOCKED DRIVE 31 ARMED ROBBERY IN PROGRESS 76 CHECK OVERTIME PARKING 32 ARMED ROBBERY 77 CHECK ILLEGAL PARKING 33 ROBBERY - GET FULL REPORT 78 CONVOY ESCORT 34 B&E - IN PROGRESS 79 FIRE 35 B&E - GET FULL REPORT 80 SEND AMBULANCE - ROUTINE 36 POSSIBLE SUICIDE 80E EMERGENCY 37 SUDDEN DEATH - INVESTIGATE 81 SEND PATROL WAGON 38 SUDDEN ILLNESS - INVESTIGATE 82D TOW CAR - DEPT. BUSINESS 39 CUTTING CASUALTY 82I TOW CAR - IMPOUND 40T CASUALTY; SHOOTING-GET REPORT 83 TOW CAR - OWNERS REQUEST 40A CASUALTY; FIGHT/ASSAULT 84 OUT FOR LUNCH 42 SHOOTING CASUALTY - INVES. 85 INJURED ANIMAL 43 DEMENTED PERSON 86 CORRECT TIME 87 SERVICE VEHICLE 88 PARK AND LOCK VEHICLE 89 ADVISE WEATHER CONDITIONS 91 OPEN GARAGE DOOR 92 CLOSE GARAGE DOOR ============================================================================= CANTON FIRE DEPARTMENT TEN CODES: 10-1 COME IN 10-2 ALARM ANSWERED, UNIT ENROUTE 10-4 O.K. 10-6 OFF AIR --- AVAILABLE 10-8 ON THE AIR --- AVAILABLE 10-9 AT SCENE 10-10 OUT OF SERVICE (DOWN) 10-11 PUNCH OUT-EMERGENCY 10-19 AT QUARTERS UNDER CONTROL 10-21 WHAT IS YOUR LOCATION 10-20 RETURNING TO QUARTERS 10-22 CALL BY PHONE 10-31 MECHANIC REQUESTED 10-30 FPB UNIT REQUESTED 10-32 SEND 2ND UNIT 10-33 WATER WAGON REQUESTED 10-35 HOSE TENDER REQUESTED 10-34 EMERGENCY TRUCK REQUESTED 10-37 POLICE REQUESTED 10-36 UTILITY TRUCK REQUESTED 10-40 CALL CHIEF 10-41 CALL OFF DUTY CHIEF ON CALL ============================================================================= CANTON FIRE & AMBULANCE CODES: 1 INHALATION CALL 12 HEART 2 AUTO ACCIDENT 13 MEDICAL 3 BLEEDING 14 MENTAL 4 BREATHING 15 NO INFORMATION 5 BURN 16 O.B. 6 D.O.A. 17 POISONING 7 DIABETIC 18 RAPE 8 DROWNING 19 SEIZURE 9 DRUGS 20 SHOOTING 10 FIRE VICTIM 21 SUICIDE 11 FRACTURE OR FALL 22 UNCONCIOUS ============================================================================= CEDAR POINT POLICE CODES: 1 CALL THE STATION 15 FIRE 2 COME TO THE STATION 16 DISORDERLY CONDUCT 3 SEE COMPLAINANT 16A DOMESTIC VIOLENCE OR ASSAULT 5 LIGHTS & SIREN 17 OUT OF SERVICE 6 SUSP. PEERSON OR VEHICLE 18 IN SERVICE 9 NON EMERGENCY ACCIDENT 20 VEHICLE REGISTRATION CHECK 10 INJURY ACCIDENT 26 PRISONER IN CUSTODY 11 OFFICER NEEDS HELP 27 EJECTION FROM PARK 12 FIGHT OR DISTURBANCE 29 WRECKER NEEDED 13 ADDITIONAL OFFICEERS NEEDED 33. D.U.I. 13 ADDITIONAL OFFICERS NEEDED 35 ALCOHOL VIOLATION 36 INTOXICATED SUBJECT 37 NARCOTICS COMPLAINT 37A FELONY NARCOTICS COMPLAINT 38 SHOPLIFTER 100 EMS CALL (CODE 1 - LIFE/DEATH EMERGENCY, CODE 2 URGENT RESPONSE, CODE 3 ROUTINE RESPONSE, CODE R RESPOND WHEN AVAILABLE) ============================================================================= CENTERVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT CODES: 1 OUT OF SERVICE 23 CONTACT GIVEN PERSON AT PD 2 IN SERVICE 24 SITUATION UNDER CONTROL 3 OUT OF SVC/SUBJ TO CALL 25 RESUME REGULAR PATROL 4 OUT OF SVC/EQPT. FAILURE 26 (OPEN) 5 URGENT 27 IMPROPER PROCEDURE 6 REQUEST RADIO PREFERENCE 28 (OPEN) 7 AT YOUR CONVENIENCE 29 RELAY OF PERSON OR PROPERTY 8 SUSPECT IN CUSTODY 30 FATAL TRAFFIC ACCIDENT 9 UNABLE TO ANSWER 30A REPORTED FATAL ACCIDENT 10 PHONE GIVEN PERSON/PLACE 31 PROPERTY DAMAGE AUTO ACCIDENT 11 PHONE YOUR HOME 31A PERSONAL INJURY ACCIDENT 12 PHONE DISPATCHER 32 TRAFFIC JAM 13 PHONE GIVEN PERSON AT PD 33 DEAD BODY 14 (OPEN) 33A SUICIDE 15 ALARM DROP 34 REQUEST AMBULANCE 16 (OPEN) 35 FIRE 17 NEXT COMPL. /SGT./SPC. PTM R.I.S. 4 INVES. FIRE/SMOKE 20 JUVENILE COMPLAINT 5 PERSON DOWN 21 PRISONER 6 INVES. HOLD UP ALARM 22 SICK PERSON/FIRE TOWER 7 INVES. BURGLAR ALARM 23 SOMEONE IN BUILDING 8 COM COMPLAINANT 24 TRAFFIC TIE UP 9 SHOOTING/CUTTING 25 INVESTIGATE 10 FIGHT IN PROGRESS 26 IN SERVICE 11 PROWLERS 27 OUT OF SERVICE 12 CAR IN VIOLATION 28 BANK ESCORT 13 INVES. UNK. TROUBLE 29 ANIMAL COMPLAINT 14 INVES. SUSP. /DISP. O.A.) 52 SHOOTING 18 DOG BITE 54 STABBING 20 DOMESTIC SITUATION 56 STOLEN VEHICLE 22 DROWNING 58 SUICIDE 24 DRUNK PERSON(S) 60 SUSPICIOUS PERSON(S) 26 FIGHT 60A SUSPICIOUS VEHICLE 28 FIRE 62 TRAFFIC DETAIL 30 GAMBLING 62A TRAFFIC STOP 32 HOMICIDE 64 VANDALISM 34 JUVENILES 66 JAIL BREAK 36 THEFT 68 BOMB THREAT/SCARE 38 MISSING PERSON(S) ============================================================================= COLUMBIANA POLICE DEPARTMENT SIGNALS: 1 CONTACT CHIEF 33 CAR IN SERVICE 3 CONTACT SERGEANT 35 UNIT ON PATROL 5 AS SOON AS POSSIBLE (ASAP) 37 ON LOCATION 7 LICENSE REGISTRATION INFO. 37A OUT OF THE VILLAGE LIMITS 7A CHECK VEHICLE FOR STOLEN 39 ? D.) 45 PATIENT IS V.I.P. 3 REPEAT MESSAGE 46 OVERDOSE 4 ACCIDENT (P.I.) 47 DOCTOR NEEDED HERE 5 REMAIN WHERE YOU ARE 48 SEX OFFENSE 6 AIRCRAFT CRASH 49 RADIO CHECK 7 CONTACT MANAGEMENT 50 CEREBRIAL PATIENT 8 RETURN TO HQ 51 CAN NOT ANSWER 9 ADMINISTER OXYGEN 52 SHOOTING 10 ASSIST OTHER UNIT 53 PATIENT IN MD OFFICE 11 ACKNOWLEDGE MESSAGE 54 STABBING 12 CAST PATIENT 55 MD CALLED IN TRIP 13 SPECIAL DETAIL 57 MANAGEMENT NEEDED HERE 14 FRACTURE PATIENT 58 SUICIDE 15 QUOTE RATE A FIRE 16 DOA B GUN A AT PICK UP POINT C KNIFE B AT HOSPITAL D DRUGS C IN VEHICLE - GIVE LOC. E POISON 17 CONTACT PERSON F GAS 18 DOG BITE 59 STOPPED WITH PATIENT 19 CONTACT BY PHONE A SEND ANOTHER AMBULANCE 20 DOMESTIC TROUBLE B MECHANICAL TROUBLE 21 IMMEDIATELY C INVOLVED ACCIDENT 22 DROWNING 94 LARGE PERSON 24 DRUNK 98 AMBULANCE PAYMENT 26 FIGHT A COLLECT IN ADVANCE 28 FIRE B GET BILLING INFO 30 MINOR UNDER 18 99 NON BREATHER - NOTIFY HOSP. 31 WRECKER REQUESTED 100 BOMB THREAT 32 HOMICIDE 400 IN SERVICE 33 POLICE NEEDED 500 OUT OF SERVICE 34 CONTAGEOUS DISEASE 700 LUNCH 35 DRIVE WITH EXTREME CARE 1000 DISASTER 36 MATERNITY CASE 39 GIVE LOCATIONS HOSPITAL CODES: 101 UNIVERSITY (C-CLINIC) 106 CHILDRENS 102 MT CARMEL (E-EAST,W-WEST) 107 DOCTORS (N-NORTH,S-SOUTH) 103 GRANT 108 MERCY 104 RIVERSIDE 109 SAINT ANNS 105 SAINT ANTHONY 110 STATE PHYCH. HOSP. 111 COUNTY MORGUE CONDITION CODES: 301 STROKE 306 CONVULSIONS 302 CORONARY 307 COMBATIVE PATIENT 303 UNCONTROLLED BLEEDING 308 NON RESPONSIVE 304 DIFFICULTY BREATHING 309 SEVERE NECK OR BACK INJURY 305 BURN 310 SHOCK ============================================================================= COLUMBUS FIRE DEPARTMENT RADIO CODES: EMERGENCY CLEAR RADIO CHANNEL FOR TRANSMISSION CODE 1 DEAD ON ARRIVAL CODE 2 SEND POLICE ON EMERGENCY SIGNAL F WORKING FIRE SIGNAL L LOCATION SIGNAL O INDICATES LAST UNIT IS LEAVING THE SCENE SIGNAL T TIME SIGNAL X STAY IN SERVICE
Columbus Radio System Photos ============================================================================= COLUMBUS POLICE DEPARTMENT OFFICIAL TEN CODE General Information A number preceded by Signal, i.e., Signal 580, call that station by telephone. A number followed by the letter R means report to that station in person. All transmissions will be brief, concise, and necessary. All units will respond with their call number and location when called by means of radio. Exceptions are supervisors and personnel in unmarked cars when disclosure of their location would interfere with their assignment. Clearance Disposition Codes Code 1 - Report and/or Citation (1A for alarm notice) Code 2 - Party Advised or No Report Needed Code 3 - Arrest Made Code 4 - Non-Arrest Situation Errand Completed Note: Use a “V” following any of the above codes to indicate videotaping of the incident. 10-3 Offi cer in Trouble 10-4 Auto Accident (Property Damage only) 10-4A Auto Accident (Hit Skip, Property Damage) 10-5 Auto Accident (Injury) 10-5A Auto Accident (Injury Hit Skip) 10-6 Traffi c Violator 10-6A Vehicle Obstructing 10-6B Parking Complaint 10-7 Burglary Report 10-7A Open Door/Window 10-8 Burglary in Progress 10-8A Burglary Alarm 10-9 Fraudulant Documents (In Progress) 10-10 Bomb Threat 10-10A Bomb Threat (Suspicious Package Found) 10-12 Check for Registration/Stolen 10-13 Check for Tickets 10-14 Cutting or Stabbing 10-15 Call Home 10-16 Disturbance 10-16A Information/Assistance 10-16B Disturbance/Mental 10-16C Loud Noise 10-16F Fireworks Complaint 10-17 Domestic Violence 10-17A Domestic Dispute 10-17B Domestic/Standby for Clothing 10-18 D.O.A. 10-19 Intoxicated Person 10-20 Drowning 10-22 Animal Complaint 10-23 Errand 10-23A Escort 10-23B Emergency Lockout 10-24 Emergency Squad 10-24A Infectious/Contagious Disease 10-25 Fire 10-25A Trash Fire 10-26 Fight 10-27 Assault or Hospital Report 10-27A Telephone Harassment 10-28 Homicide 10-29 Juvenile Complaint 10-30 Larceny in Progress 10-30A Larceny Report 10-30B Shoplifting 10-31 Missing Person 10-31A Missing Person Returned 10-32 Message 10-33 Person With Gun 10-33A Person With Knife 10-34 Unknown Complaint 10-34A Unknown Call (Panic Alarm) 10-34B 911 Hangup Call 10-34C Check on the Well Being 10-35 D.U.I.
Columbus Radio System Photos ============================================================================= CUYAHOGA COUNTY ENGINEER RADIO LOCATION CODES: 100 GREEN ROAD YARD 200 MILES ROAD YARD 300 DUNAHAM ROAD YARD 350 FITZWATHER ROAD YARD 400 BROOKPARK YARD 500 YORK ROAD YARD 600 FITCH ROAD YARD 700 BRIDGE REPAIR DISPATCH 800 STANDARD BUILDING...
Dayton Radio System Photos ============================================================================= DEFIANCE COUNTY POLICE/SHERIFF DISPATCHER CODES: 10-1 OUT OF SERVICE 10-45 SUSPICIOUS AUTO 10-2 IN SERVICE 10-46 SUSPICIOUS PERSON 10-3 OFFICER NEEDS HELP 10-47 WARRANT 10-4 AUTO OBSTRUCTION 10-48 WRECKER 10-5 ACCIDENT 10-49 TRAFFIC DETAIL 10-6 INJURY ACCIDENT 10-50 EMERGENCY (LIGHTS/SIREN) 10-7 HOT RODDING 10-51 EMERGENCY (NO LIGHTS/SIREN) 10-8 B&E 10-52 REPORT TO STATION 10-9 B&E IN PROGRESS 10-53 EATING AT________ 10-10 BICYCLE COMPLAINT 10-54 LOCATION ?? O.A. 415 ============================================================================= ELIDA FIRE & RESCUE SIGNALS: 1 NEED PUMPER #1 36 NOTIFY O.S.P. 10-3 DISREGARD LAST INFO. 10-43 GET REPORT 10-4 MESSAGE RECEIVED 10-44 TO HEADQUARTERS 10-6 BUSY, STAND-BY 10-45 BACK TO CAR # --- 10-7 OUT OF SERVICE 10-46 ADT ALARM 10-8 IN SERVICE 10-47 PROWLER CALL 10-9 REPEAT ACCIDENTS: 10-10 ON MINOR DETAIL 10-50 AUTO ACCIDENT 10-11 STAY IN SERVICE 10-51 WRECKER REQUESTED/DISPATCHED 10-12 VISITORS/OFFICIAL PRES 10-52 AMBULANCE REQUESTED/DISPATCHED 10-13 WX & ROAD CONDITIONS 10-53 LIFE SQUAD RESPONDING 10-14 ESCORT FUNERAL/MONEY 10-55 D.U.I. 10-15 PRISONER IN CUSTODY 10-16 PICK UP PRISONER AT --- TRAFFIC: 10-17 PICK UP PAPERS AT --- 10-60 RADAR IN SERVICE 10-18 ANYTHING FOR US? 10-61 CHECK FOR PARKING ORDINANCE 10-19 NOTHING FOR US 10-62 REQ. EAST SIDE LIGHTS 10-20 LOCATION 10-63 REQ. WEST SIDE LIGHTS 10-21 CALL BY PHONE 10-70 FIRE 10-22 MEET A PERSON AT --- 10-23 ARRIVED AT SCENE MISCELLANEOUS: 10-24 FINISHED LAST ASSGN. 10-80 PERSON INTOXICATED 10-26 HOLDING SUSPECT 10-81 INDECENT EXPOSURE 10-27 REQ. O.L. INFO 10-82 TROUBLE 10-28 REQ. FULL REGISTRATION 10-83 COMPLAINT 10-29 CHECK FOR WANTED 10-84 JUVENILE COMPLAINT 10-30 RUSH/IMMEDIATE 10-31 USE RED LIGHT & SIREN TECHNICAL: 10-32 REQ.
Findlay Radio System PhotosIS VIP 44 CREW IN TROUBLE 47 DOCTOR IS NEEDED HERE 46 OVERDOSE 49 RADIO CHECK 48 SEX OFFENSE 51 CANNOT ANSWER 50 CEREBRAL PATIENT 53 PATIENT IN MD OFFICE 52 SHOOTING 55 MD CALLED TRIP IN 54 STABBING OR CUTTING 57 MANAGEMENT NEEDED HERE 58 SUICIDE 59 STOPPED WITH PATIENT 58A FIRE 59A SEND ANOTHER AMBULANCE 58B GUN 59B MECHANICAL TROUBLE 58C KNIFE 59C INVOLVED IN ACCIDENT 58D DRUGS 98 AMBULANCE PAYMENT 58E POISON 98A COLLECT IN ADVANCE 58F GAS 98B GET BILLING INFO. 94 LARGE PERSON 99 NON-BREATHER, NOTIFY HOSP. 100 BOMB THREAT ============================================================================= FRANKLIN POLICE DEPARTMENT SIGNALS: ADMINISTRATIVE (1-9) 1 LUNCH 31F ACCIDENT/TRAIN 2 ON AIR 31G ACCIDENT/DANGEROUS 3 OFF AIR 31H ACCIDENT/HITSKIP 4 REPORT TO STATION 31I ACCIDENT/PEDESTRIAN 6 UNABLE TO LOCATE 7 AT YOUR CONVENIENCE 42A ROBBERY ALARM 8 CALL BY PHONE 42B B&E ALARM 9 CALL HOME 42C HOMICIDE 11 CONTACT HOME IN PERSON 42E RAPE 12 CONTACT IN PERSON 42F B&E 13 RESUME PATROL 42G LARCENY 14 ADVISE LOCATION 42H STOLEN CAR 15 ESCORT 42I SHOPLIFT 16 BANK ESCORT 53 PROWLER 17 REQ. REGISTRATION 54 DISTURBANCE (NOT DOMESTIC) 18 STOPPING VEHICLE 54A PISTOL INVOLVED 19 NEED WRECKER 54B RIFLE/SHOTGUN INVOLVED 54C KNIFE/WEAPON INVOLVED POLICE OPERATIONAL: 55 DOMESTIC 30 ACCIDENT/FATAL 55A PISTOL INVOLVED 31 ACCIDENT/PROP. DAMAGE 55B RIFLE/SHOTGUN INVOLVED 31A ACCIDENT/INJURY 55C KNIFE/WEAPON INVOLVED 31B ACCIDENT/PROPANE DANGER 56 VACATION HOUSE 31C ACCIDENT/EXPLOSIVE DANGER 57 VANDALISM 31D ACCIDENT RADIOLOGICAL 58 DROWNING 31E ACCIDENT AIRCRAFT 59 BOMB THREAT ============================================================================= FULTON COUNTY FIRE & RESCUE CODES: 1 RETURN TO STATION 21 GUNSHOT WOUND 2 EN ROUTE TO STATION 22 OVERDOSE 3 ON SCENE 23 CVA (STROKE) 4 ACCIDENT (INJURY) 24 EXPLOSION 5 APPARENT HEART ATTACK 25 POISON 6 DROWNING 26 MISCARRIAGE 7 ATTEMPTED SUICIDE 27 O.B. 8 SUICIDE 28 FIRE 9 LAW ENFORCEMENT REQ. 29 RAPE OR ATTEMPTED RAPE 10 TRANSPORTING TO -- HOSPITAL 30 ACCIDENT (FATAL) 11 CALL CORONER 31 ACCIDENT (INJURY) 12 DOA 31A ACCIDENT (NON INJURY) 14 NEED MORE HELP 39 LOCATION 15 REQ. UNKNOWN TROUBLE 38 WRECKER REQUEST 15 INVES. CAR & OCCUPANTS 44 ANSWER BY RADIO W/LOCATION 18 PERSON INJURED 52 MSG. ASSIGN. K. 10-80 STALLED/ABANDONED VEHICLE 10-26 TIME CHECK 10-81 RADAR SET UP (LOCATION) 10-27 STOPPING VEHICLE (LOCATION) 10-82 24 HR. ORD. CHECK 10-28 REQ. DRIVERS LIC. INFO. 10-83 TRAFFIC LIGHT OUT 10-29 REQUEST VEHICLE REGIS. 10-84 OTHER TRAFFIC ARREST 10-30 REQ. ELIZABETH 4 MIAMI VALLEY HOSPITAL 5 WRIGHT PATTERSON AFB HOSPITAL 6 GOOD SAMARITAN 7 HUBER HEIGHTS CENTER 8 NO REMOVAL ============================================================================= JEFFERSON COUNTY 911 RADIO CODES: 10-1 ON THE AIR 10-6 OUT AT ________ 10-2 ENROUTE TO THE SCENE 10-7 CLEAR FROM SCENE.
Kettering Police Radio System PhotosREQUESTED 100 JAIL EVACUATION 72B CIVIL MATTER OFF. 17 BOMB THREAT 10-6 LOCATION 21 PERSON SHOT 10-7 OUT OF SERVICE 23 DECEASED PERSON 10-8 IN SERVICE 25 SUB STATION 10-9 REPORT TO JAIL - EMERG. 112 MENTAL PERSON 113 MATERNITY PATIENT 114 AUTO ACCIDENT - EMERGENCY 115 EMERGENCY CALL 116 EMERGENCY CALL - O2 117 INVALID CALL - IMMEDIATE 118 INVALID CALL - O2 119 INVALID CALL - REGULAR 120 NEED OF CARS AT OUR LOCATION 121 CALL POLICE TO OUR LOCATION 122 CALL SHERIFF TO OUR LOCATION 123 CALL OSP TO OUR LOCATION 124 CALL FIRE DEPT. TO OUR LOCATION 125 CALL CORONER TO OUR LOCATION 126 EMERGENCY TRANSFER OUT OF TOWN 127 NATURAL DEATH 128 DRY RUN 129 D.O.A. 130 FATAL ACCIDENT 131 CAR ACCIDENT - NO INJURIES 132 HOMICIDE 133 SUICIDE 134 OVERDOSE 135 BURN PATIENT 136 REC. CALL ON POLICE RADIO 137 SIGNAL 103 AT HOME 138 EATING 139 WHAT IS YOUR LOCATION 140 DEATH CALL 141 GENERAL HOSPITAL 142 EMERGENCY ROOM MGH 143 X-RAY MGH 144 LAB MGH 145 PEOPLES' HOSPITAL 146 MADISON HOSPITAL 147 RICHLAND HOSPITAL 148 CRESTLINE HOSPITAL 149 GALION HOSPITAL 150 BUCYRES HOSPITAL 151 PLANE CRASH 152 INTOXICATED 153 NEED HELP AT (MGH) STREET CODES: 1 PARK AVE. W. 2 PARK AVE. E. 3 13 NORTH 4 13 SOUTH 5 42 NORTH 6 42 SOUTH 7 39 WEST 8 39 EAST 9 EXP WEST OF 13 10 EXP EAST OF 13 11 545 NORTH 12 BOWMAN 13 WEST 4TH 14 MILLSBORO 15 INTERSTATE 71 NORTH OF 13 16 INTERSTATE 71 SOUTH OF 13 17 314 AND 30 SOUTH 18 314 AND 30 NORTH 19 GRACE STREET 20 HANLEY ROAD 21 CARPENTER ROAD 22 MARION AVE. ROAD FIRE CODES: 1 OUT OF SERVICE 9 DETAIL COMPLETE IN SERVICE 2 ON AIR 10 CALL BY PHONE 3 OUT OF TRUCK 12 SEND FIRE INVESTIGATOR 4 MESSAGE OK 16 SEND AMBULANCE 5 EMERGENCY 100 FALSE ALARM 6 SEND RESCUE SQUAD 200 MINOR FIRE 7 DETAIL COMPLETE OUT OF SERVICE 300 SERIOUS FIRE 66 CALL POLICE 400 SER. D.) 10-57 GIVE LOCATION 10-22 INJURED PERSON 10-58 ERRAND 10-23 ASSIST OTHER UNIT 10-59 MAKE A PICKUP 10-24 AUTO ACCIDENT (HIT-SKIP) 10-60 ESCORT 10-25 D.U.I. K. O.A. 21 PRISONER 27 EMERGENCY RUN 31 CALL THE STATION 33 IN SERVICE 34 ON PORTABLE 36 EAT (GIVE LOCATION) 37 OUT OF SERVICE 38 HEADQUARTERS/STATION 39 LOCATION 43 HOME 44 OFFICER IN TROUBLE 45 STOP TRANSMITTING 47 CIVIL PAPER 66 JAIL BREAK 99 EMERGENCY RADIO TRAFFIC ============================================================================= MIDDLETOWN FIRE DEPARTMENT: SIGNALS: 1 ARRIVED AT SCENE 24 POLICE NEEDED AT SCENE 2 ARRIVED AT HOSP. 25 RADIO TEST 3 SEND ANOTHER CO. & CALL CHIEF 26 REPEAT ADDRESS 4 ACKNOWLEDGEMENT 28 CHECK ADDRESS 5 EMERGENCY 29 UNABLE TO LOCATE 6 OUT OF VEHICLE AT --- 31 AUTO ACCIDENT W/INJURIES 7 IN SERVICE 34 UTILITY CO. NEEDED AT SCENE 8 OUT OF SERVICE 35 ENGINE CO. ASSIST SQUAD-EMERG. 9 OUT OF QUARTERS BUT IN SERVICE 36 ENGINE CO. ASSIST SQUAD-NON-EMER 10 TROUBLE,SEND POLICE IMMED. 38 WRECKER NEEDED AT SCENE 11 BACK IN QUARTERS 39 AMBULANCE NEEDED AT SCENE 12 MAKE INVESTIGATION 82 EMERGENCY SQUAD RESPOND 13 CORONER NEEDED AT SCENE 100 ALARM OF FIRE-2 ENGINES, 1 SQUAD 14 ALARM CANCELED LADDER & DEPUTY CHIEF 15 BOMB CALL 200 2ND ALARM - 2 MORE CO. RESPOND 16 FLUSH GAS 300 3RD ALARM - 1 MORE CO. RESPOND 17 FATALITY 400 GENERAL ALARM - MUTUAL AID 19 FALSE ALARM 500 FIRE IS OUT 20 GIVE LOCATION 21 RETURN TO STATION 22 UNABLE TO PROCEDE, BREAKDOWN 23 CALL BY PHONE SQUAD CODES: 1 DIFF. BREATHING 19 FALSE CALL 38 UNKNOWN 2 HEART ATTACK 20 SQUAD NOT NEEDED CODE A-INDUST. ACC. 3 STROKE 21 CHOCKING D-DROWNING 4 UNCONSCIOUS 22 POISONING S-SUICIDE 5 EMERGENCY 23 DRUG OD T-REQ. TO TRANS. 6 DOA 24 INTOXICATED HOSPITAL CODES: 7 EPILEPTIC 25 AMPUTATION 97 IMINENT CHILDBIRTH 8 CONVULSIONS-SEIZURES 26 DIABETIC 98 MULTIPLE VICTIMS 9 NERVE CASE 27 PAINS 99 CPR IN PROGRESS 10 TROUBLE - SEND PD 28 ILLNESS 11 MENTAL CASE 29 ASSIST ELDERLY 12 OB (OBSTETRICAL) 30 ELECTROCUTION 13 BLEEDING 31 AUTO ACCIDENT 14 GUNSHOT WOUND 32 MISC. 15 KNIFE WOUND 33 AID DECLINED 16 FRACTURE 34 ANIMAL BITE 17 BURNS 35 MEDICINE REACTION 18 ENVIRONMENTAL 37 SHOCK ============================================================================= MIDDLETOWN POLICE DEPARTMENT SIGNALS: 1 PICK UP OFFICER 52 DOG RUNNING LOOSE 2 MEET THIS UNIT AT --- 53 PICK UP LIVE ANIMAL 3 STOP TRANSMITTING 54 HUNTERS 4 ACKNOWLEDGEMENT 55 MISSING/FOUND CHILD 5 USE LIGHTS AND SIREN 56 MISSING PERSON 6 LUNCH 57 HAZARDOUS MATERIALS SPILL 7 IN SERVICE 58 FIREWORKS 8 OUT OF SERVICE 59 NOISE COMPLAINT 9 OUT OF SERVICE/SUBJ. U.I. 1054 LIVESTOCK ON ROAD 22 LIQUOR LAW VIOLATION 1079 NOTIFY CORONER'S OFFICE 23 PUBLIC INTOXICATION 1096 MENTAL 24 DISORDERLY CONDUCT 1097 NEIGHBOR TROUBLE 25 VAGRANCY 1098 JAIL BREAK 26 MISCELLANEOUS OFFENSES DISPOSITION CODES: 26A ANIMAL BITE A ARREST MADE 26B DECEASED PERSON B DETAIL COMPLETED 26C MISSING PERSON C CITATION ISSUED 26D MISCELLANEOUS D DISPATCH CANCELLED 26E THREATS F FIELD INTERVIEW CARD MODE 26F USE OF FORCE G GONE ON ARRIVAL 26G FOUND PROPERTY H HANDLED BY ANOTHER UNIT/DEPT. 26H ANIMAL L UNABLE TO LOCATE 26I INFORMATION N NO REPORT MADE 26J ALL OTHERS R REPORT MADE 26K MISSING RETURN S SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT MADE 27 SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY U UNFOUNDED 27A VEHICLE(S) W WARNING ISSUED 27B PERSON(S) BOX 21 EMS SIGNALS: 27C OTHER 400 ALL UNITS RESPOND 28 REGISTRATION CHECK 401 NORTH OF THIRD STREET 29 STOLEN FILE CHECK 402 SOUTH OF THIRD STREET 30 SUICIDE 403 ALL UNITS REPORT TO HQ 31 ATTEMPTED SUICIDE 404 CALL HQ 32 AIRCRAFT CRASH 405 CHILDREN'S MED. CENTER CALL 33 REPORT TO GIVEN LOCATION 33A PRISONER TRANSPORT 33B K-9 CALL 33C COMMUNICATIONS CENTER DETAIL 33D N/A 33E EVIDENCE DETAIL 33SE SPECIAL ENTRY 34 MEET ANOTHER UNIT AT GIVEN LOCATION 35 WANTED PERSON 36 CALL GIVEN NUMBER 37 CALL RESIDENCE
Montgomery County Sheriff's Radio System PhotosPREVIOUS TRAFFIC 20 HOT RODDING 10-7 CONTACT -- AT -- ADDRESS 21 TRAFFIC JAM (A) HELP MOTORIST 10-8 CONTACT DISP. IN PERSON 22 SUSPICIOUS PERSON/VEHICLE 10-9 RESIDENCE 23 JUVENILE COMPLAINT 10-10 CHOW 24 ANIMAL COMPLAINT 10-28 REGISTRATION 25 WARRANT INVESTIGATION 10-29 FILE CHECK 26 CAR ON SPECIAL ASSGN. 10-79 NOTIFY CORONER 27 ESCORT 10-96 MENTAL SUBJECT 28 CHANGE RADIO CHANNEL 10-97 EMERGENCY NOTIFICATION 29 OTHER CALLS NOT CLASSIFIED 10-98 JAIL BREAK 100 OUT OF SERVICE 101 TOW (INDICATE #) 200 IN SERVICE 300 OUT OF SVC. SUBJ. TO CALL
Moraine Radio System Photos ============================================================================= MUSKINGUM COUNTY SHERIFF'S CODES AND SIGNALS: MUSKINGUM COUNTY SHERIFF USES THE STANDARD BSSA CODES WITH THE FOLLOWING ADDITIONS. USE LIGHTS/SIREN 10-13 ILLEGAL FIRE OR ARSON 10-34 PLANE CRASH 10-14 SEND AMBULANCE 10-35 DROWNING 10-15 FIRE 10-36 FATALITY 10-16 LOCATION 10-37 CONFIDENTAL INFORMATION 10-17 ACCIDENT 10-38 NO FURTHER ASST. NEEDED 10-18 LAYING LINES 10-39 RADIOACTIVE MATERIALS PRESENT 10-19 FIRE UNDER CONTROL 10-40 SEND PHOTOGRAPHER 10-20 AT HOME 10-41 NOTIFY NEWS MEDIA 10-21 MUTUAL AID REQUESTED 10-42 C.D. ALERT 10-22 SEND POLICE DEPT. ============================================================================= NEWARK POLICE DEPARTMENT CLEARANCE DISPOSITION CODES: 80 REPORT OR REPORT & CITATION 64 VANDALISM OR DISTRUCTION 82 PARTY ADVISED, NO REPORT 66 ESCAPE OR JAIL BREAK 84 ARREST MADE, PARTY TRANSP. 68 TRAFFIC STOP 86 AUTO OR PROPERTY IMPOUNDED 68A SPEEDER OR HOT ROD 88 MESSAGE DELIVERED 70 ADT OWENS W. MAIN STREET 90 NON ACTION SITUATION 72 BOMB THREAT 60A SUSPICIOUS CAR 74 MENTAL 62 TRAFFIC DETAIL 76 BICYCLE COMPLAINT 78 VICE ============================================================================= NORTH CANTON MEDICAL SQUAD CODES: 12-1 UNIT ENROUTE 12-25 SEVERE BLEEDING 12-2 ON SCENE 12-26 OVERDOSE OR POISON 12-3 STATUS ON RESP.
Oakwood Radio System Photos ============================================================================= OHIO STATE HIGHWAY PATROL SIGNALS 1 OUT OF SERVICE 34 FIRE MOTOR VEHICLE 2 IN SERVICE 36 FIRE OTHER THAN MV 3 OUT OF SVC, SUBJ TO CALL 37 DISABLED VEHICLE 4 OUT OF SVC, EQPT. FAILURE 38 EATING 5 RUSH 39 LOCATION 6 REF. PREVIOUS TRAFFIC 40 EMERGENCY 7 AT YOUR CONVENIENCE 41 IMMEDIATELY 8 UNABLE TO COPY (RE-LOCATE) 42 BE ON STATION 10 CALL GIVEN POINT BY PHONE 44 UNITS REPT.
Ohio State Highway Patrol Radio System Photos ============================================================================= OHIO DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES (PARK RANGERS) Q-1 IN SERVICE - TRAFFIC ? Q-8 REPEAT LOCATION Q-2 OUT OF SERVICE Q-9 NEED HELP AT --- Q-3 YOUR MESSAGE RECEIVED Q-10 LIMIT TRAFFIC TO Q-4 EMERGENCY TRAFFIC EMER. USE ONLY Q-5 PLEASE STAND BY Q-11 ARREST FILES ON --- Q-6 CAN'T RECEIVE, CHANGE LOC. Q-12 REGISTRATION CHECK Q-7 MEET---AT---TIME--- Q-13 UNABLE TO CONTACT Q-14 TELEPHONE ------ 1 INVESTIGATE 10 EMERGENCY RUN TO ---- 2 ASSAULT 11 VEHICLE REQUIRES AMB?, 3 INVESTIGATE A ---- AT WRECKER?, ETC. 4 ASSIST OTHER UNIT 12 JUVENILE DELIQUENTS 5 BURGLARY 13 PERSON WITH A WEAPON 6 SPECIAL DETAIL 14 OFFICER IN TROUBLE 7 DOMESTIC TROUBLE 15 SEX RELATED 8 INTOXICATION 16 ROBBERY 9 FIGHT 17 SUICIDE 10 EMERGENCY RUN TO ------ 18 SUSP. PERSON OR VEHICLE 19 VANDALS ============================================================================= PARAMOUNT'S KINGS ISLAND SECURITY SIGNALS AND CODES: SIGNALS: 22 OFFICER NEEDS ASSISTANCE 1 UNIT IN SERVICE 23 FIRE 2 CALL EXTENSION 24 BURGLARY 3 INVESTIGATE COMPLAINT 25 EMERGENCY - LOCATE 4P DISORDERLY CONDUCT/PARK RULE 26 LOST ARTICLE 4C DISORDERLY CONDUCT/CRIMINAL 27 LUNCH BREAK 5A THEFT - AUTO 28 REPORT TO HQ 5B THEFT - AUTO BURGLARY 29 OUT OF SERVICE 5C BAD CHECK 30 GIVE LOCATION 5E THEFT - EMPLOYEE 31 ROTATION 5K THEFT - K.I.
Paramount's Kings Island Radio System Photos ============================================================================= PAULDING COUNTY SHERIFF 10 CODES: 10-1 CANNOT COPY 10-53 ROAD BLOCK 10-2 GOOD SIGNAL 10-55 DRUNK DRIVER 10-3 CHANGE FREQUENCY 10-56 DRUNK PEDESTRIAN 10-4 OK 10-57 HIT-SKIP 10-5 RELAY 10-58 CONTACT O.D.O.T. 10-6 BUSY- STAND BY 10-59 DISABLE REPEATER 10-7 OUT OF SERVICE 10-60 CHECK UP ON OFFICER 10-8 IN SERVICE 10-61 RUNAWAY 10-9 REPEAT 10-62 CONTACT HOSPITAL 10-10 FIGHT 10-63 CONTACT UTILITY 10-12 STAND BY 10-64 CONTACT FIRE DEPARTMENT 10-13 ROAD & WEATHER 10-65 OPEN DOOR/WINDOW 10-14 PROWLERS 10-66 CANCEL MESSAGE 10-15 CIVIL COMPLAINT 10-67 CONTACT SUPERVISOR 10-16 DOMESTIC 10-68 OFFICER NEEDS ASSISTANCE 10-17 MEET COMPLAINANT 10-69 OFFICER IN TROUBLE 10-18 ASSIGNMENT COMPLETED 10-70 FIRE 10-19 RETURN TO _______ 10-71 NATURE OF FIRE 10-20 LOCATION 10-72 ARSON 10-21 CONTACT BY PHONE 10-73 REPORT OF DEAD BODY 10-22 DISREGARD 10-74 O.D. 10-23 AT SCENE 10-75 SUICIDE 10-24 ASSIGNMENT COMPLETED 10-76 MURDER 10-25 CONTACT ______ IN 10-77 E.T.A. 10-26 DETAINING SUBJECT 10-78 NOTIFY FUNERAL HOME 10-27 O.L. L. CHECK 55 AFFIRMATIVE ON SIG # 11 9 INVESTIGATE COMPLAINT 57 IS EVERYTHING OK 11 ARREST AND RECORD CHECK 59 DISREGARD 13 SPECIAL DETAIL 61 GIVE ETA 15 CIVIL PAPER 63 ARE YOU ON DETAIL 15A WARRANT 65 IN ROUTE 17 CONTACT PARTY IN PERS. 67 GONE ON ARRIVAL 19 CONTACT PARTY TX 99 EMERGENCY TRAFFIC 21 PRISONER 100 EMERGENCY SITUATION 23 OFF AIR TO EAT 101 TRAFFIC STOP 25 RETURN TO S.O. DISTRICT 1 -- NORTH 27 EMERGENCY RUN DISTRICT 2 -- SOUTH 29 AMBULANCE AREA A -- NORTHWEST 31 WRECKER AREA B -- SOUTHWEST 33 IN SERVICE AREA C -- SOUTHEAST 35 ON PATROL 37 OUT OF SERVICE 39 LOCATION 41 ONE UNIT STAY SIG. 33 CODES: 2 ACCIDENT: P.D. 44 OFFICER IN TROUBLE 4 ACCIDENT: P.I. DAMAGE) 3 CONTACT CHIEF DEPUTY 4 ACCIDENT (INJURY) 5 CONTACT HQ 6 AIRCRAFT CRASH 7 LICENSE REGISTRATION 8 ASSAULT 7A STOLEN FILE CHECK 10 ASSIST OTHER UNIT 9 INVESTIGATE COMPLAINT 12 BURGLARY 11 ARREST RECORD CHECK 12A BURGLARY IN PROGRESS 13 SPECIAL DETAIL 12B ALARM 13A ESCORT 14 BAD CHECKS/FORGERY 15 CIVIL PROCESS 16 D.O.A. S.P. UNIT 56 STOLEN VEHICLE 63 UNOCCUPIED HOME 56A WANTED VEHICLE 65 CONTACT INVESTIGATOR 58 SUICIDE 67A OPEN GARAGE DOOR/SALLYPORT 60 SUSPICIOUS PERSON 67B CLOSE GARAGE DOOR/SALLYPORT 60A SUSPICIOUS VEHICLE 69 K-9 UNIT REQUESTED 62 TRAFFIC DETAIL 71 CHECK-UP 64 VANDALISM 73 CHANGE TO CHANNEL 4 66 ESCAPE/JAILBREAK 75 CHANGE TO CHANNEL 39.DAMAGE 72 BURN 3 ACCIDENT/PERS. INJURY 73 CONVULSION 6 AIRCRAFT CRASH 74 CORONARY 12 FALL 75 CRUSHED 13 GUNSHOT 76 CUT 14 VEHICLE 77 FATAL ACCIDENT 15 EXPLOSION 78 DIFFICULTY BREATHING 16 DEAD ON ARRIVAL 79 FRACTURE 22 DROWNING 80 MISCARRIAGE 25 RETURN TO HEADQUARTERS 81 MULTIPLE INJURIES 27 EMERGENCY RUN 82 NERVES 28 FIRE 83 O.B. O.A. 38 DISLOCATION 16A D.O.A. 17 ARRIVED AT THE ALARM 8 OUT OF SERVICE 18 IN SERVICE - IN QUARTERS 9 RETURNING TO QUARTERS 20 INJURED FIREFIGHTER 9A GETTING FUEL - GAS PUMPS 25 CHECK KITCHEN FOR FOOD ON STOVE ============================================================================= SPRINGFIELD POLICE DIVISION CODES: 10-1 UNABLE TO COPY 10-57 HIT AND RUN (FATAL/PI/PD) 10-2 SIGNAL GOOD 10-58 DIRECT TRAFFIC 10-3 STOP TRANSMITTING 10-59 ASSAULT 10-4 O.K. 10-60 GONE ON ARRIVAL 10-5 ADVISE 10-61 ARMED ROBBERY 10-6 BUSY, STAND-BY 10-62 TRANSFER 10-7 OUT OF SERVICE 10-63 PREPARE TO COPY 10-8 IN SERVICE 10-64 MERCY MEDICAL CENTER 10-9 REPEAT 10-65 COMMUNITY HOSPITAL 10-10 FIGHT IN PROGRESS 10-66 MESSAGE CANCELLED 10-11 DOG CASE 10-67 JUVENILE PROBLEM 10-12 STAND-BY (STOP) 10-68 A.T.T. ALARM 10-13 NEIGHBOR TROUBLE 10-69 MESSAGE RECEIVED 10-14 PROWLER 10-70 FIRE ALARM 10-15 CIVIL DISTURBANCE 10-71 ADVISE NATURE OF FIRE 10-16 FAMILY TROUBLE 10-72 INJURED OR SICK PERSON 10-17 MEET COMPLAINANT 10-73 BALL GAME IN STREET 10-18 DEAD ON ARRIVAL 10-74 NEGATIVE 10-19 RETURN TO ---- 10-75 TRASH FIRE 10-20 LOCATION 10-76 EN ROUTE 10-21 CALL --- BY PHONE 10-77 COUNTY BUILDING 10-22 DISREGARD 10-78 NEED ASSISTANCE 10-23 ARRIVED AT SCENE 10-79 NOTIFY CORONER 10-24 ASSIGNMENT COMPLETED 10-80 WAGON CALL 10-25 SUBJECT WITH KNIFE 10-81 REPORT TAKEN 10-26 DETAINING SUBJECT 10-82 BURGLARY 10-27 DRIVER'S LIC. INFO. 10-83 MALICIOUS DEST. OF PROPERTY 10-28 VEHICLE REGIS. INFO 10-84 CHECK PARKING METER 10-29 CHECK FOR WANTED 10-85 CHECK PARKED ABAND. CAR 10-30 HOMICIDE 10-86 MUNICIPAL COURT 10-31 CRIME IN PROGRESS 10-87 THEFT 10-32 SUBJECT WITH GUN 10-88 MISSING PERSON 10-33 EMERGENCY 10-89 HEADQUARTERS 10-34 RIOT 10-90 BANK ALARM 10-35 MAJOR CRIME ALERT 10-91 UNNECESSARY RADIO USE 10-36 CORRECT TIME 10-92 CITY GARAGE 10-37 CHECK SUSP. VEHICLE 10-93 CHECK BARRICADE & FLARES 10-38 STOPPING SUSP. VEHICLE 10-94 DRAG RACING 10-39 URGENT (LIGHTS/SIREN) 10-95 JAIL 10-40 SILENT RUN 10-96 MENTAL SUBJECT 10-41 BEGINNING DUTY 10-97 AUTO THEFT 10-42 ENDING DUTY 10-98 PRISON OR JAIL BREAK 10-43 INFORMATION 10-99 RECORDS SHOW WANT/STOLEN 10-44 REQ. TO LEAVE PAT. 10-100 USE TOILET (LOCATION) 10-45 ANIMAL CARCASS 10-101 CHAMBERS ALARM 10-46 ASSIST MOTORIST 10-102 BOMB THREAT 10-47 SUSPICIOUS PERSON 10-103 SPECIAL OPS. TEAM CALL 10-48 TRAFFIC STAND REPR. 10-104 SOUTH HIGH SCHOOL 10-49 TRAFFIC LIGHT OUT 10-105 HARTS FAMILY CENTER 10-50 ACCIDENT (FAT/PI/PD) 10-106 NORTH HIGH SCHOOL 10-51 WRECKER NEEDED 10-107 CLARK JR. HIGH SCHOOL 10-52 AMBULANCE NEEDED 10-108 BEN FRANKLIN JR. HIGH 10-53 ROAD BLOCKED 10-109 HAYWARD JR. HIGH SCHOOL 10-54 POSSIBLE SUICIDE 10-110 KEIFER JR. HIGH SCHOOL 10-55 INTOXICATED DRIVER 10-111 SCHAEFER JR. HIGH SCHOOL 10-56 INTOX. PEDESTRIAN 10-112 ROOSEVELT JR. HIGH SCHOOL ============================================================================= STARK COUNTY FIRE CODES: 12-0 BOMB THREAT 12-10 CONTACT POLICE 12-1 ENROUTE 12-11 INVESTIGATION 12-2 ON SCENE 12-12 TAP OUT TIME FIRE OUT 12-3 STATUS 12-13 LOCATION 12-4 MESSAGE RECEIVED 12-14 TRAINING 12-5 SITUATION 12-15 FUEL 12-6 EMERGENCY RESPONSE 12-16 POSSIBLE D.O.A. 12-7 CLEAR FOR SERVICE 12-17 OFF THE AIR 12-8 RETURNING TO STATION 12-18 REFRESHMENTS 12-9 IN QUARTERS ============================================================================= STARK COUNTY SHERIFF'S CODES AND SIGNALS: (ALSO USED BY PERRY TOWNSHIP, JACKSON TOWNSHIP AND NORTH CANTON POLICE DEPARTMENTS) 1 CONTACT SHERIFF/CHIEF 32 HOMICIDE 2 ACCIDENT (P.D.) 33 CAR IN SERVICE 3 CONTACT CHIEF DEPUTY 34 JUVENILES 4 ACCIDENT (P.I.B. CASE SIGNALS: 1 EMERGENCY - LIGHTS AND SIRENS 8 IN SERVICE 2 TRANSFER 9 IN SERVICE, BUT UNABLE TO RESPOND 3 DEATH CALL 10 MAYDAY 4 WRECK 11 SEND BACKUP UNIT 5 PHONE 12 SITUATION SERIOUS 6 CANCEL 30 MEAL BREAK 7 OUT OF THE VEHICLE ============================================================================= STEUBENVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT: 1 PROWLER 15 OHIO VALLEY HOSPITAL 2 ROBBERY OR B&E 16 ST. JOHN MEDICAL CENTER 3 FIGHT 17 WEIRTON STEEL 4 ACCIDENT 18 MAD DOG 5 JUVENILES 19 FIRE 6 CAR BLOCKING DRIVEWAY 20 SHOOTING 7 PARKERS 21 HIT/SKIP 8 CALL THE STATION 22 GAS 9 COME TO THE STATION 23 WHEELING STEEL 10 MAYDAY 24 DISORDERLY 11 MEET A COMPLAINANT 25 STABBING 12 MEET AN OFFICER 26 KIDNAPPING 13 DRUNK 27 ARMED ROBBERY 14 DOMESTIC 30 WARRANT OR TURN ON CAMERA ============================================================================= SUFFIELD FIRE DEPARTMENT: 11 HOME EMERGENCY - GIVE CODE F-90 CHIEF 12 HIGHWAY ACCIDENT F-91 PUMPER 13 HIGHWAY ACC. - MULTI VICTIMS F-92 TANKER 14 WATER MISHAP - DROWNING F-93 TANKER 15 MAJOR DISASTER F-94 RESCUE 20 STRUCTURE FIRE F-95 EMERGENCY 21 GRASS-TRASH FIRE F-96 GRASS 22 VEHICLE FIRE F-97 PUMPER 23 SMOKE INVESTIGATION F-98 UNIONTOWN EMERGENCY 24 BOMB THREAT CODES: 25 RETURNING TO STATION 1 HEART 26 SERVICE CALL 2 BREATHING - OXYGEN REQUIRED 30 ENROUTE 3 INJURY 33 IN SERVICE 4 AUTO ACCIDENT 35 GIVE LOCATION 5 OVERDOSE - MENTAL 37 FIRE UNDER CONTROL 6 O.B. 38 MISSING PERSON 7 ILLNESS 70 ON SCENE 8 FAMILY IN SQUAD 9 NOTIFY HOSPITAL 10 D.O.A. ============================================================================= TOLEDO POLICE DEPARTMENT CODES: DISPOSITION CODES: RESPONSE CODES: A ARREST MADE 1 RESPOND PROMPTLY B CRIME REPORT MADE 2 RESPOND IMMEDIATELY C CITATION ISSUED 3 EMERGENCY RESPONSE D SUBJECT WARNED OTHER CODES: E ASSISTANCE RENDERED 18 DEAD BODY F NO POLICE ACTION 23 ARRIVED ON SCENE G UNABLE TO LOCATE 40 LAY UP VEHICLE H SUBJECT GONE ON ARRIVAL 42 OFF DUTY I CANCELLED BEFORE ARRIVAL
System Photos ============================================================================= TORONTO POLICE DEPARTMENT CODES AND SIGNALS: CODES: 1050 ARMED ROBBERY 1056 DISTURBANCE 1051 SHOOTING 1057 MENTAL 1052 STABBING 1058 RESUSCITATE 1053 PARTY ARMED (GUN/KNIFE) 1059 SUICIDE 1054 DOMESTIC 1060 D.O.A. 1055 FIGHT SIGNALS: 211 ACCIDENT 222 INDECENT EXPOSURE 212 INJURY ACCIDENT 430 TRAFFIC STOP 213 BREAKING AND ENTERING 431 CITATION ISSUED 214 B & E IN PROGRESS 432 WARNING ISSUED 215 PROWLER 440 COMPLAINT 216 SUSPICIOUS PERSON 441 COMPLAINT FILED 217 BACK UP OFFICER 7 REGISTRATION CHECK 218 STOLEN VEHICLE 16 IN SERVICE 219 D.W.I. 17 OUT OF SERVICE 220 FIRE RUN 39 LOCATION 221 PRISONER EMS CODES: 4 AUTO ACCIDENT 22 FALL 15 RAPE 25 POLICE NEEDED 18 DOMESTIC 26 CORONER NEEDED 19 FIRE 35 PREGNANCY 20 OVERDOSE 36 MENTAL PATIENT 21 MEDICAL EMERGENCY 40 PHONE THE STATION 21A HEART/DIFFICULTY BREATHING 43 ATTEMPTED SUICIDE 21B STROKE 44 D.O.A. 21C DIABETIC 50 DANGER - USE CAUTION 21D HEAT RELATED 99 FULL ARREST 21E ILLNESS 100 EMT IN DANGER - SEND HELP IMMED. ============================================================================= TROY POLICE DEPARTMENT RADIO SIGNALS: 0 RADIO CHECK 33 DOMESTIC TROUBLE 1 RECEIVING POORLY 34 PROWLER 2 RECEIVING WELL 35 INCIDENT, UNKNOWN 3 NO TRANSMISSION IF NOT EMER. 36 PERSON WITH WEAPON 4 ACKNOWLEDGED 37 MENTAL 5 STAND-BY 38 DEGENERATE 6 BUSY 39 SUICIDE 7 OUT OF SERVICE, OFF AIR 40 HOMICIDE 8 IN SERVICE 41 REQUEST CORONER 9 LOCATION 42 REQUEST SUPERVISOR 10 BREAKING AND ENTERING 43 HOME 11 STATION OUT OF SERVICE 44 FIRE 12 PHONE THIS OFFICE 45 ADVISE OF SUPERVISOR 13 OFFICER IN TROUBLE 46 BANK ESCORT 14 ARMED ROBBERY (A) IN PROGRESS 47 ESCORT 15 EMERGENCY - NON HOSTILE 48 RAPE 16 EMERGENCY - HOSTILE 49 FCC MONITORING 17 OUT OF SERVICE SUBJ. TO CALL 50 OFF AIR TO EAT 18 STOPPING VEHICLE 51 EMERGENCY TRAFFIC 19 PROCEED AT EMERGENCY SPEED 52 PRISONER 20 REPEAT YOUR TRAFFIC 55 RADIO REPAIR 21 CORRECT TIME 22 MEET UNIT 23 REQUEST WRECKER RADIO CODES: 24 REQUEST AMBULANCE A RED LIGHTS ONLY 25 RETURN TO HQ B RED LIGHTS & SIREN 26 RECORD CHECK C NO EMERGENCY EQPT. 27 CHECK WANTED D SILENT APPROACH - NO LIGHTS 28 LICENSE REGISTRATION 29 ACCIDENT - PROPERTY DAMAGE 30 ACCIDENT - PERSONAL INJURY 31 DRUNK 32 FIGHT ============================================================================= TRUMBULL COUNTY SHERIFF'S CODES & SIGNALS CODES: 2 TRAFFIC ADDIDENT - NO INJURIES 3 EMERGENCY SITUATION 4 TRAFFIC ACCIDENT WITH INJURIES 5 EMERGENCY RADIO TRAFFIC ONLY 9 CAN ANYONE HEAR THIS? SIGNALS: 7 REGISTRATION INFORMATION 15 WARRANT INFORMATION 19 CONTACT PARTY BY PHONE 21 PRISONER IN CUSTODY 25 GO TO HQ 33 UNIT IN SERVICE 35 UNIT ON ASSIGNMENT 37 UNIT OUT OF SERVICE 39 LOCATION 56 ALARM DROP 99 OFFICER NEEDS HELP ============================================================================= WARREN COUNTY SHERIFF'S SIGNALS AND CODES: IN ADDITION TO THE STANDARD BSSA CODES & SIGNALS, THE FOLLOWING ARE ALSO USED BY THE WARREN COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE SIGNALS: CODES: 19A CELL PHONE CALL 57 ESCORT OR PARADE 60 CATTLE ON ROADWAY 59 COMPUTER DOWN 70 EXPLOSION 61 PICK UP ANOTHER UNIT/SHOT GUN 72 THREATS OR HARASSMENT 63 INVES. OR FOLLOW UP 74 MOTORCYCLE/MINIBIKE COMPLAINT 65 WANTS TO SEE OFFICER 76 MENTAL 67 RUSH, NO EMERGENCY 78 ALARM DROP 69 NARCOTICS 80 TRAFFIC JAM/ROAD BLOCK 71 REQUEST DET. AT SCENE 82 DISABLED VEHICLE 73 REQ. SWAT AT SCENE 84 OPEN DOOR 86 TRAFFIC STOP 88 BOMB THREAT 100 CONTACT PROSECUTORS OFFICE GOA GONE ON ARRIVAL DR DRIVING RECORD
Warren County Sheriff's Radio System Photos ============================================================================= WARREN POLICE SIGNALS: 10-1 RECEIVING POORLY 10-49 SUSPICIOUS PERSON 10-2 RECEIVING WELL 10-50 SUSPICIOUS PERSON ARMED 10-4 O.K. 10-51 WAGON CALL 10-6 BUSY 10-52 PROWLER 10-7 OUT OF SERVICE 10-54 FIGHT 10-8 IN SERVICE 10-55 DOMESTIC PROBLEM 10-9 REPEAT MESSAGE 10-56 DISORDERLY 10-11 DISPATCHING TOO FAST 10-57 MONEY TRANSFER 10-12 VISITOR/OFFICIAL PRESENT 10-58 SEND WRECKER TO --- 10-13 ADVISE WEATHER/ROAD COND. 10-59 BURGLARY 10-14 CONVOY OR ESCORT 10-67 FIRE AT --- 10-15 PRISONER IN CUSTODY 10-68 REPEAT DISPATCH 10-16 PROCURE PRISONER AT --- 10-69 HAVE YOU DISPATCHED --- ? 10-17 TRAFFIC CONDITIONS 10-70 HOMICIDE 10-18 COMPLETE ASSIGNMENT 10-71 CONTINUE TRANSMISSION 10-19 RETURN TO STATION 10-72 HOLD UP AT --- 10-20 LOCATION ? 10-73 ASSAULT 10-21 CALL HQ BY TELEPHONE 10-74 PURSE SNATCHER 10-22 TAKE NO FURTHER ACTION 10-75 STABBING 10-23 STAND BY 10-76 SHOOTING 10-24 TROUBLE AT HQ 10-77 LARCENY 10-25 DO YOU HAVE CONTACT WITH 10-78 PICK POCKET 10-26 CAN YOU OBTAIN AUTO DATA 10-79 STOLEN CAR 10-27 ANY ANSWER OUR NUMBER 10-80 TOWER LIGHTS OUT 10-28 CHECK FULL INFO. 10-84 ACCIDENT 10-30 DOES NOT CONFORM TO RULES 10-89 REQUEST RADIO SERVICE 10-31 SUICIDE 10-90 REQUEST RADIO CHECK 10-32 BREATHALYZER AVAILABLE ? 10-33 EMERGENCY TRAFFIC AT THIS STATION 10-34 DISREGARD 10-35 CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION 10-36 TIME ============================================================================= WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP (CENTERVILLE) FIRE DEPARTMENT CODES & SIGNALS: THE WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP FIRE DEPARTMENT USES THE SAME RADIO CODES AS DOES THE MONTGOMERY COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT WITH THE FOLLOWING ADDITIONS. 400 BURNING COMPLAINT 700 CARDIAC ARREST 500 IS ALARM IN PROGRESS 1000 BOMB THREAT 600 DIRECTIONS
System Photos ============================================================================= WAYNE COUNTY FIRE RADIO SIGNALS: 1 IN SERVICE - ON THE AIR 18 FIRE - CHURCH 2 AT SCENE 19 FIRE - AIRCRAFT 3 OUT OF SERVICE 20 MUTUAL AID NEEDED SPECIFY 4 EN ROUTE....../OUT OF SER. FAIL. 70 DOG COMPLAINT 5 RUSH 71 DRUNK REPORTED 7 AT YOUR CONVENIENCE 72 LOITERING COMPLAINT 8 UNABLE TO READ - CHANGE LOC. 73 INDECENT EXPOSURE 9 UNABLE TO ANSWER 74 CAR PROWLING 10 PHONE HOME 75 PEEPING TOM 11 DEATH/DOA 76 PROWLER 15 PHONE HOME 77 FIGHT 16 PHONE DISPATCHER 78 RIOT 17 EN ROUTE TO JAIL 80 PICKETING 18 EN ROUTE TO CITY BLDG. 81 ASSAULT IN PROGRESS 20 GO TO GIVEN PLACE 82 ROBBERY IN PROGRESS 21 REGISTRATION 83 BURGLARY IN PROGRESS 22 FILE CHECK 84 FIREARM DISCHARGED 23 REPORT TO OFFICE 85 PERSON INJURED 24 STOPPING VEHICLE 86 PERSON KILLED 25 GO TO YOUR HOME 87 CALL CORONER 27 FAMILY TROUBLE 88 TIME OUT 28 GETTING GAS 89 TIME IN 30 ACCIDENT - FATAL 90 SEND AMBULANCE 31 ACCIDENT - NOT FATAL 92 OFFICER NEEDS HELP 38 EATING 93 NORTHEAST SECTOR 39 LOCATION 94 NORTHWEST SECTOR 41 IMMEDIATELY 95 COLLEGE SECTOR 45 RESUME PATROL 96 WEST CENTRAL SECTOR 48 RAPE 97 SOUTH SECTOR 54 EXPLOSIVES/HAZARDOUS MAT. 98 CAUTION - WEAPONS REPORTED 56 STOLEN VEHICLE 99 SEND HELP 57 RADIO CHECK ============================================================================= YOUNGSTOWN FIRE DEPARTMENT: SIGNALS: CODES: 1 CONTACT CHIEF 2 ACCIDENT (NO INJURIES) 3 CONTACT SERGEANT 4 ACCIDENT (INJURIES) 5 A.S.A.P. 6 SITUATION UNDER CONTROL 7 REGISTRATION CHECK 8 ASSAULT 7A CHECK FOR STOLEN 10 BACK-UP 9 INVESTIGATE COMPLAINT 12 BURGLARY 11 ALARM DROP/OFF 12A BURGLARY IN PROGRESS 13 SPECIAL DETAIL 14 PASSING BAD CHECKS 13A TRANSPORT 16 D.O.A. M.V.I. 16 HIT SKIP 64 OUT OF CRUISER 18 SHOPLIFTER 65 OUT OF SERVICE AT HQ 20 DISORDERLY CONDUCT 68 SEND A WRECKER 21 ESCORT 69 ACCIDENT - INJURIES 22 ESCORT TO POST OFFICE 70 SUICIDE 24 PROWLERS 74 RECKLESS OPERATION 26 ESCORT - BANK OHIO 76 EAT 27 ESCORT TO FIRST NAT. (SUB TO CALL) 24 IMPOUND 13 UNABLE TO COPY 25 STUCK 14 CALL BASE BY PHONE 26 DEAD BATTERY 15 CALL HOME IN PERSON 27 OUT OF GAS 16 CONTACT HOME IN PERSON 28 FLAT TIRE 17 RELAY IN PERSON 29 REQUIRES UNLOCKING 18 ACCIDENT -- PROPERTY 30 RETURN TO BASE 19 ACCIDENT -- INJURY 31 CLEAR 20 ACCIDENT -- FATAL 32 EN ENROUTE TO --- =============================================================================

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Radio codes police

Police code

A police code is a numerical brevity code for a crime, incident, or instructions for police officers.

Canada[edit]

CodeDescription
2No Lights And Sirens
3Lights And Sirens
4Disregard
121Priority on the air
122Priority on silence
123Sick or injured person
124Operation completed
125Operation continue
126Intercept suspects
127Proceed with caution
128No siren, no flashing
129Request back up
130Emergency
131Shooting
132Armed robbery
133Possibly dangerous person
134Kidnapping
135Escape
136Hold of hostages
137Riot
138Bomb alert
139Air disaster
140Murder
141Accident
142Unlawful assembly
143Hit and run
144Impaired
145Prisoner transport
146Breaking and entering (vehicle or residence)
147Suspect armed
148Brawl/Family feuding
149Ascertainment
150Theft

United States[edit]

See also: Law enforcement jargon

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma[edit]

The Hundred Code is a three digit police code system.[1] This code is usually pronounced digit-by-digit, using a radio alphabet for any letters, as 505 "five zero five" or 207A "two zero seven Alpha". The following codes are used in California. They are from the California Penal Code except where noted below.

In the 1970s, the television show Adam-12 was considered so authentic in its portrayal of Los Angeles PD officers and their procedures that excerpts from the shows were used as police training films around the country. This led to widespread use of California Penal Codes as radio codes.[citation needed]

CodeDescription
187Murder
207Kidnapping
207AKidnapping attempt
211Robbery
211ARobbery alarm
211SRobbery alarm, silent
212Illegal use of drugs
213Use of illegal explosives
214Kidnapping and murder
215Carjacking
216Child Abuse
217Assault with intent to murder
218Sexual activity with a minor
219Cutting or Stabbing
240Assault
241Impaling
242Battery
243Battery with dangerous weapons
244Murder with Illegal weapons
245Assault with a deadly weapon
246Shooting at inhabited dwelling
261Rape
261AAttempted rape
273AChild neglect
273DDomestic violence – Felony
288Lewd conduct
311Child pornography
314Indecent exposure
374BIllegal dumping
390Drunk
390DDrunk, unconscious
415Disturbance
417Person with a gun
417KPerson with a knife
417BPerson with bomb
419 Dead human body
428Child molest
444Officer-involved shooting
459Burglary
459ABurglar alarm
459SBurglar alarm, silent
470Forgery
480Hit and run – Felony (great bodily injury or death)
481Hit and run – Misdemeanor
484Theft (definition)
486Major Theft (value < 10,000)
487Grand theft (value > $950, or certain livestock)
488Petty theft (value < $950)
501Drunk driving – felony (great bodily injury or death)
502Drunk driving
503Auto theft
504Tampering with a vehicle
505AReckless driving
507Public nuisance
510Speeding or racing vehicles
586Illegal parking
594Malicious mischief
604Throwing object
647Lewd conduct (various subsections)
653MThreatening phone calls

"500" codes are only radio codes that substitute for other code sections. For example, a "503" is not Penal Code section 503 (embezzlement). All of the "500" codes, generally, involve vehicles and are thus grouped together (except 594, which is an actual Penal Code section). Additionally, "390" and variants are also radio codes only (CPC 647(f) is the legally enforced section "public intoxication").

In California, some radio codes in the 400–599 range that refer to vehicle violations are left over from the California Vehicle Code (CVC) which was revised in 1971. Some agencies, such as the California Highway Patrol (CHP) use the current vehicle code numbers while municipal and county police agencies, especially the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) still use the 500 series.

OldNewDescription
48020001Felony Hit and Run
48120002Misdemeanor Hit and Run
50123151Felony Drunk Driving
50223152Misdemeanor Drunk Driving[2]
50310851Stolen Vehicle (also a penal code section, 487A)
50410854Tampering with a Motor Vehicle
50523103Reckless Driving
51023109Speed Contest / Racing
58622500Illegal Parking

Texas[edit]

The following codes are used in Austin, Texas.[citation needed]

10-1Unable to Copy
10-2Signal Good
10-3Stop Transmitting
10-4Acknowledgment (OK)
10-5Relay
10-6Busy – Unless Urgent
10-7Out of Service
10-8In Service
10-9Repeat
10-10Fight in Progress
10-11Dog Case
10-12Stand By (Stop)
10-13Weather – Road Report
10-14Prowler Report
10-15Civil Disturbance
10-16Domestic Problem
10-17Meet Complaint
10-18Quickly
10-19Return to ___
10-20Location
10-21Call...By Telephone
10-22Disregard
10-23Arrived at Location
10-24Assignment Completed
10-25Report in Person (Meet)
10-26Detaining Subject: Expedite
10-27D.L. Information
10-28Vehicle Registration Info.
10-29Check for Wanted/Stolen
10-30Unnecessary Use of the Radio
10-31Crime in Progress
10-32Subject with a Gun
10-33Emergency
10-34Riot
10-35Major Crime Alert
10-36Correct Time
10-37Investigate Suspicious Vehicle
10-38Stopping Suspicious Vehicle
10-39Urgent – Use Lights/Siren
10-40Silent Run– No Lights/Siren
10-41Beginning Tour of Duty
10-42Ending Tour of Duty
10-43Information
10-44Permission to Leave For ___
10-45Animal Carcass
10-46Assist Motorist
10-47Emergency Road Repair at ___
10-48Traffic Standard Repair at ___
10-49Traffic Light Out at___
10-50Collision
10-51Wrecker Needed
10-52Ambulance
10-53Road Block at ___
10-54Livestock on Highway
10-55Intoxicated Driver
10-56Intoxicated Pedestrian
10-57Leaving the Scene Collision
10-58Direct Traffic
10-59Convoy or Escort
10-60Squad in Vicinity
10-61Personnel in Area
10-62Reply to Message
10-63Prepare to Make Written Copy
10-64Message – Local Delivery
10-65Net Message Assignment
10-66Message Cancellation
10-67Clear for Net Message
10-68Dispatch Information
10-69Message Received
10-70Fire Alarm
10-71Advise Nature of Fire
10-72Report Progress of Fire
10-73Smoke Report
10-74Negative
10-75Make Backup
10-76En Route to __
10-77ETA (Estimated Time of Arrival)
10-78Need Assistance
10-79Notify Coroner
10-80Chase in Progress
10-81Breathalyzer Report
10-82Reserve Lodging
10-83Work School Crossing at__
10-84If Meeting...Advise ETA
10-85Delayed Due to ___
10-86Officer/Operator on Duty
10-87Pickup/Distribute Checks
10-88Present Telephone Number of ___
10-89Bomb Threat
10-90Bank Alarm at ___
10-91Pick Up Prisoner/Subject
10-92Improperly Parked Vehicle
10-93Blockade
10-94Drag Racing
10-95Prisoner/Subject in Custody
10-96Subject with Mental Illness
10-97Check Signal (Test)
10-98Prison/Jail Break
10-99Wanted/Stolen Indicated
10-99#1#1 – Class C Misdemeanor
10-99#2#2 – Class A or B Misdemeanor
10-99#3#3 – Felony

New Hampshire[edit]

10-4Relay to _____
10-5Acknowledged

See also[edit]

References and notes[edit]

  1. ^"Police Codes Explained".
  2. ^A drunk driver is often referred to as a "deuce". This comes from the "2" at the end of the original code, "502", which subsequent codes have retained.

External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Police_code
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