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👮 Police SCANNER Codes 👮

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People have been listening in on Police Scanners, Ham Radios, and CB Radios for decades. This is not a “new” concept. Law Enforcement and Truck Driver’s are not alone in utilizing radio waves for communication.

Nevertheless, one must follow F.C.C. Guidelines to prevent committing a crime themselves. Freedom of Speech will not offer you any protection in this scenario. One example would be using while driving. Be that as it may, the rabbit hole grows deeper considering criminal activity increases by the year.

While it is legal to listen there are restrictions. Unfortunately, there are those who refuse to follow the rules. Because of this, Police Officers are frequently using encrypted messages to prevent eavesdroppers from taking the broadcast and sending out the “tea” to other criminals. The “tag team” shouts out warnings before their teammate is almost but not quite caught in the act, giving them a signal to make a run for it and leave the scene uncaught.

Others use the information to follow the location of whatever is happening to snoop on the action. Scads are presenting their own video coverage in hopes a local news station or website will pay them for the exclusive content.

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Word of warning – using a scanner during a crime is a crime in itself and you will be in a heap of trouble. Stay away from the area. Do not send cues to offenders, be that from a Scanner, Ham, or CB radio. Dispatching your own texts, emails, direct messages or cell phone calls are the same violations.

Nothing can be carried out anonymously. Everything is trackable. Doing lawless deeds will have you sporting handcuffs and your equipment seized. Stay home and monitor if you wish though abstain from being involved with any corruption.

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POLICE CODES


10/1 = Poor reception
10/2 = Good reception
10/3 = Stop transmitting
10/4 = Message received, affirmative, OK
10/5 = Relay Message
10/6 = Change Channel
10/7 = Out of service
10/8 = In-service
10/9 = Repeat Message
10/10 = Off Duty

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10/11 = Indentify Frequency
10/12 = Visitors Present
10/13 = Weather
10/14 = Citizen with Suspect
10/15 = Prisoner in Custody
10/16 = Pick up Prisoner
10/17 = Request for Gasoline
10/18 = Equipment Exchange
10/19 = Returning to station
10/20 = Location

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10/21 = Call by Phone
10/22 = Disregard
10/23 = Arrived at Scene
10/24 = Assignment completed
10/25 = Report in person
10/26 = Detaining suspect
10/27 = Drivers License
10/28 = Vehicle Registration Information
10/29 = Check for Wanted
10/30 = Unnecessary use of Police radio

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10/31 = Crime in progress
10/32 = Suspect with Firearm
10/33 = Emergency
10/34 = RIOT
10/35 = Major crime alert
10/36 = Correct Time
10/37 = Investigating Suspicious vehicle
10/38 = Suspicious Vehicle (stopping)
10/39 = URGENT – LIGHTS – SIREN
10/40 = Silent Run (Sirens Off)

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10/41 = Begin Duty
10/42 = End of watch.
10/43 = Information
10/44 = Permission to leave
10/45 = Animal Carcass
10/46 = Assist Motorist
10/47 = Emergency road repair
10/48 = Traffic standard repair
10/49 = Traffic Light Out

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10/50 = Accident
10/51 = Wrecker needed
10/52 = Ambulance needed
10/53 = Road blocked
10/54 = Livestock on highway
10/55 = Intoxicated Driver
10/56 = Intoxicated Pedestrian
10/57 = Hit-and-run
10/58 = Direct traffic
10/59 = Convoy

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10/60 = Lock Out
10/61 = Personnel in area
10/62 = Subject Possibly Wanted
10/63 = Subject Positive
10/64 = Found Property
10/65 = Net message assignment
10/66 = Suspicious Person
10/67 = Person calling for help
10/68 = Call for Police
10/69 = Message Received

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10/70 = Prowler
10/71 = Gun involved / Shooting / Advise
10/72 = Gunfire
10/73 = Smoke report
10/74 = Negative
10/75 = In contact with
10/76 = Officer is en route
10/77 = Direct Traffic – Fire Scene
10/78 = Need Assistance and Ambulance
10/79 = Notify Coroner/Bomb

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10/80 = Pursuit in progress
10/81 = Traffic stop initiated
10/82 = Fire
10/83 = Work/School Crossing
10/84 = Advise the Estimated Time of Arrival
10/85 = Arrival Delay
10/86 = Officer On Duty
10/87 = Give call letters of your station
10/88 = Advise phone number of officer.
10/89 = Bomb Threat

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10/90 = Bank Alarm
10/91 = Animal
10/92 = Subject in Custody
10/93 = Blockade
10/94 = Drag racing
10/95 = Pedestrian
10/96 = Mental Subject
10/97 = Arrived at the scene
10/98 = Available for assignment
10/99 = Cardiac arrest

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10/100 = Misdemeanor warrant
10/101 = Civil disturbance
10/102 = Cruelty to Animals
10/200 = Narcotics
10-999 = Officer Down

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