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Old 10-08-2004, 09:41 PM   #1
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Directory of common police codes
Military Police Codes - common codes used in by the military police
10-2 - Ambulance urgently needed
10-3 - Motor vehicle accident
10-4 - Wrecker requested
10-5 - Ambulance requested
10-6 - Send civilian police
10-7 - Pick up prisoner
10-8 - Subject in custody
10-9 - Send police van
10-10 - Escort/transport
10-11 - In service
10-12 - Out of service
10-13 - Repeat last message
10-14 - Your location?
10-15 - Go to...
10-16 - Report by landline
10-17 - Return to headquarters
10-18 - Assignment completed
10-19 - Contact/call...
10-20 - Relay to...
10-21 - Time check
10-22 - Fire
10-23 - Disturbance
10-24 - Suspicious person
10-25 - Stolen/abandoned vehicle
10-26 - Serious accident
10-27 - Radio check
10-28 - Loud and clear
10-29 - Signal weak
10-30 - Request assistance (non-emergency)
10-31 - Request investigator
10-32 - Request M.P. duty officer
10-33 - Stand by
10-34 - Cancel last message
10-35 - Meal
10-36 - Any messages?
10-38 - Relief/change
10-39 - Check vehicle/building
10-40 - Acknowledge
10-50 - Change frequency..

DEA Radio Codes

10-1 - Unable to copy
10-2 - Message received
10-4 - Relay my message
10-6 - Stand by
10-7 - Out of service
10-8 - In service
10-9 - Please repeat message
10-10 - Prisoner present at...
10-13 - Agent needs assistance
10-15 - Residence
10-16 - Change frequency
10-19 - Return to...
10-20 - Location
10-21 - Call...by landline
10-22 - Disregard
10-25 - Respond to...
10-28 - Registration check
10-30 - Subscriber information
10-33 - Emergency traffic
10-99 - Emergency - agent needs assistance
10-100 - Radio Silence .


Most common police codes used by police, sheriff, highway patrol or other law enforcement in the USA

AC - Aircraft crash
ADW - Assault w/ a deadly weapo
n AID - Accident Investigation Detail
BO - Out of order
BT - Bomb threat ('Bravo Tango')
CP - Complaining party
CPD - City/County property damaged
CRT - Information computer
DB - Dead body
DMV - Vehicle registration
DOA - Dead on arrival
ETA - Estimated time of arrival
GOA - Gone on arrival
GTA - Grand theft, auto
HBD - Has been drinking
J - Juvenile
NCIC - National Crime Information Center
PC - Person complaining or Penal Code
PR - Person reporting
QT - Secrecy of location required
UTL - Unable to locate
VIN - Vehicle Identification Number
W - Female Code

Code 1 - Answer on radio
Code 2 - Proceed immediately w/o siren
Code 3 - Proceed w/ siren and red lights
Code 4 - No futher assistance neccesary
Code 4A - No futher assistance is neccesary, but suspect is not in custody
Code 5 - Uniformed officers stay away
Code 6 - Out of car to investigate
Code 6A - Out of car to investigate, assistance may be needed
Code 6C - Suspect is wanted and may be dangerous
Code 7 - Out for lunch
Code 8 - Fire alarm
Code 9 - Jail break
Code 10 - Request clear frequency
Code 12 - False alarm
Code 13 - Major disaster activation
Code 14 - Resume normal operations
Code 20 - Notify news media to respond
Code 30 - Burglar alarm ringing
Code 33 - Emergency! All units stand by
Code 99 - Emergency!
Code 100 - In position to intercept

187 - Homicide
207 - Kidnapping
207A - Kidnapping attempt
211 - Armed robbery
217 - Assault with intent to murder
220 - Attempted rape 240 - Assault
242 - Battery
245 - Assault with a deadly weapon
261 - Rape
261A - Attempted rape
288 - Lewd conduct
311 - Indecent exposure
314 - Indecent exposure
390 - Drunk
390D - Drunk unconcious
415 - Disturbance
415C - Disturbance, children invovled
415E - Disturbance, loud music or party
415F - Disturbance, family
415G - Disturbance, gang
417 - Person with a gun
459 - Burglary
459A - Burglar alarm ringing
470 - Forgery
480 - Hit-and-run (Felony)
481 - Hit-and-run (Misdemeanor)
484 - Petty theft
484PS - Purse ******
487 - Grand theft
488 - Petty theft
502 - Drunk Driving
503 - Auto theft
504 - Tampering with a vehicle
505 - Reckless driving
507 - Public nuisance
586 - Illegal parking
586E - Vehicle blocking driveway
594 - Malicious mischief
595 - Runaway car
647 - Lewd conduct
901 - Ambulance call/accident, injuries unknown 901H - Ambulance call - dead body
901K - Ambulance has been dispatched
901L - Ambulance call - narcotics overdose
901N - Ambulance requested
901S - Ambulance call - shooting
901T - Ambulance call - trafic accident
901Y - Request ambulance if needed
902 - Accident
902H - Enroute to hospital
902M - Medical aid requested
902T - Trafic accident - non-injury
903 - Aircraft crash
903L - Low flying aircraft
904A - Fire alarm
904B - Brush fire or Boat fire
904C - Car fire
904F - Forest fire
904G - Grass fire
904I - Illegal burning
904S - Structure fire
905B - Animal bite
905N - Noisy animal
905S - Stray animal
905V - Vicious animal
906K - Rescue dispatched
906N - Rescue requested
907 - Minor disturbance
907A - Loud radio or TV
907B - Ball game in street
907K - Paramedics dispatched
907N - Paramedics requested
907Y - Are paramedics needed?
908 - Begging
909 - Trafic congestion
909B - Road blockade
909F - Flares needed
909T - Trafic hazard
910 - Can you handle?
911 - Advise party
911B - Contact informant/Contact officer
912 - Are we clear?
913 - You are clear
914 - Request detectives
914A - Attempted suicide
914C - Request coroner
914D - Request doctor
914F - Request fire dept.
914H - Heart attack
914N - Concerned party notified
914S - Suicide
915 - Dumping rubbish
916 - Holding suspect
917A - Abandoned vehicle
917P - Hold vehicle for fingerprints
918A - Escaped mental patient
918V - Violent mental patient
919 - Keep the peace
920 - Missing adult
920A - Found adult/Missing adult
920C - Missing child
920F - Found child
920J - Missing juvenile
921 - Prowler
921P - Peeping Tom
922 - Illegal peddling
924 - Station detail
925 - Suspicious person
926 - Request tow truck
926A - Tow truck dispatched
927 - Investigate unknown trouble
927A - Person pulled from telephone
927D - Investigate posible dead body
928 - Found property
929 - Investigate person down
930 - See man regarding a complaint
931 - See woman regarding a complaint
932 - Woman or child abuse or Open door
933 - Open window
949 - Gasoline spill
950 - Burning permit
951 - Request fire investigator
952 - Report condititions
953 - Check smoke report
954 - Arrived at scene
955 - Fire under control
956 - Availble for assignment
957 - Fire under control
960X - Car stop - dangerous suspects
961 - Take a report or Car stop
962 - Subject is armed and dangerous
966 - Sniper
967 - Outlaw motorcyclists
975 - Can your suspect hear your radio?
981 - Frequency is clear or Need radiological
982 - Are we being received or Bomb threat
983 - Explosion
995 - Labor trouble
996 - Explosion
996A - Unexploded bomb
998 - Officer involved in shooting
999 - Officer needs help - urgent!

police codes may vary between departments and are subject to change; codes are added as needed
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That is totally cool! Now when I watch Cops I will know what they are talking about with those codes. I would really love to get a scanner!!! My co worker has one and gets to hear all the stuff going on in and around town.
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Now I'll know whats going on when I listen in on the scanner.
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Do they have to memorize those??
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Do they have to memorize those??
Just the codes for their station, which is usually a lot anyways.
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They do vary greatly from department to department. And there'* alot more, too. I'll dig up my docs this weekend and put a few more up.
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Kinda like the old CB 10 Codes:

CB 10 codes


The Complete CB 10-codes:
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10-1 = Receiving poorly
10-2 = Receiving well
10-3 = Stop transmitting
10-4 = OK, message received
10-5 = Relay message
10-6 = Busy, stand by
10-7 = Out of service, leaving air
10-8 = In service, subject to call
10-9 = Repeat message
10-10 = Transmission completed, standing by
10-11 = Talking too rapidly
10-12 = Visitors present
10-13 = Advise Weather/Road conditions
10-16 = Make pick up at ...
10-17 = Urgent business
10-18 = Anything for us?
10-19 = Nothing for you, return to base
10-20 = My location is ...
10-21 = Call by telephone
10-22 = Report in person to ...
10-23 = Stand by
10-24 = Completed last assignment
10-25 = Can you contact ...
10-26 = Disregard last information
10-27 = I am moving to channel ...
10-28 = Identify your station
10-29 = Time is up for contact
10-30 = Does not conform to FCC rules
10-32 = I will give you a radio check
10-33 = EMERGENCY TRAFFIC
10-34 = Trouble at this station
10-35 = Confidential information
10-36 = Correct time is ...
10-37 = Wrecker needed at ...
10-38 = Ambulance needed at ...
10-39 = Your message delivered
10-41 = Please turn to channel
10-42 = Traffic accident at ...
10-43 = Traffic tie up at ...
10-44 = I have a message for you
10-45 = All units within range please report
10-50 = Break channel
10-60 = What is next message number?
10-62 = Unable to copy, use phone
10-63 = Net directed to ...
10-64 = Net clear
10-65 = Awaiting your next message/assignment
10-67 = All units comply
10-70 = Fire at ...
10-71 = Proceed with transmission in sequence
10-77 = Negative contact
10-81 = Reserve hotel room for ...
10-82 = Reserve room for ...
10-84 = My telephone number is ...
10-85 = My address is ...
10-91 = Talk closer to the mike
10-93 = Check my frequency on this channel
10-94 = Please give me a long count
10-99 = Mission completed, all units secure
10-200 = Police needed at ...



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For the Police here where I live:
10-6: On Break
10-7: In Service
10-8 (Badge Number or Squad Number) Clear
10-50: Accident Not Serious
10-51: Accident W/ Minor Injuries.
10-52 Accident W/ Serious Injuries, fire, etc.
10-54 Accident W/ Fatal Injuries and or Fatality.


That'* all that I can really remember.
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I actually heard .....10-6 DUNKIN DONUTS!!!

I thought I would die!!!!!!!
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lmao I heard 10-6 Krispy Kreme
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