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Alabama Highway Patrol (DPS)

Current Listing in RRDB

Frequency  Type  Tone  Alpha Tag  Description  Mode  Tag 
158.79000  BM    DPS-1 DPS-1 Dispatch / Car-to-Car  FM  Law Dispatch 
154.92000  BM    DPS-2 DPS-2 Dispatch (Old)  FM  Law Dispatch 
155.50500  BM    DPS-3 DPS-3 Dispatch (Old)  FM  Law Dispatch 
159.03000    DPS-7 DPS-7 Car-to-Post (DPS-1)  FM  Law Talk 
155.44500    DPS-8 DPS-8 Car-to-Post (DPS-2)  FM  Law Talk 
154.81500  CSQ  DPS TAC DPS Tactical  FM  Law Tac 
159.21000    DPS-9 DPS-9 Car-to-Post (DPS-3)  FM  Law Talk 


Old RRDB Screenshot Showing DPS Channel Lineup with Duplicated Frequencies

Alabama DPS.jpg

Frequencies No Longer Listed in the AL DPS DB

Freq (mHz)     Current RRDB Listing(s)
----------     ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
 155.4750      Interoperability: VLAW31, Public Safety: National Law Enforcement Common
 155.0100      AL Common/Shared: Mutual Aid Law Enformcement (MALE)


Alabama DPS 10 Codes

  • 10-00--Given as "double zero". Officer needs all possible assistance.
  • 10-0--Use caution. Details not known.
  • 10-1--Unable to copy-change location.
  • 10-2--Signal good
  • 10-3--Stop transmitting
  • 10-4--Acknowledgement (OK)
  • 10-5--Relay (J1-Personal; J2-Property; J3-Prisoner; J-4-Papers)
  • 10-6--Busy-Unless urgent
  • 10-7--Out of service. Not subject to call.
  • 10-8--In service
  • 10-9--Repeat
  • 10-10--Out of service. Subject to call.
  • 10-11--Remain in service
  • 10-12--Stand by (Stop). Remain alert for further details.
  • 10-13--Weather & road conditions.
  • 10-14--Correct time
  • 10-15--Have in possession (J1-Personal; J2-Property; J3-Prisoner; J4-Papers)
  • 10-16--Pick up (J1-Personal; J2-Property; J3-Prisoner; J4-Papers)
  • 10-17--Urgent-Rush present detail.
  • 10-18--Any traffic for this unit or station?
  • 10-19--No traffic for your unit or station.
  • 10-20--Location?
  • 10-21--Call . . . . by telephone.
  • 10-22--Report in person to . . . .
  • 10-23--Arrived at scene
  • 10-24--Assignment completed
  • 10-25--Disregard last info or assignment.
  • 10-26--Detaining person or vehicle. (Expedite)
  • 10-27--Drivers license information
  • 10-28--Vehicle registration information
  • 10-29--Check for wanted
  • 10-30--Illegal use of radio
  • 10-31--Hit & Run (J1-Personal; J2-Property)
  • 10-32--Man with gun
  • 10-33--EMERGENCY-Maximum priority (All units & stations not involved maintain radio silence.)
  • 10-34--Tower lights
  • 10-35--Major crime alert
  • 10-36--Urgent-Use light & siren
  • 10-37--Urgent-Silent run
  • 10-38--Investigate suspicious vehicle. (J1-Occupied; J2-Unoccupied)
  • 10-39--Stopping suspicious vehicle
  • 10-40--Stolen vehicle
  • 10-41--Beginning tour of duty
  • 10-42--Ending tour of duty
  • 10-43--Complete present assignment quickly
  • 10-44--Permission to leave patrol area
  • 10-45--Off day
  • 10-46--Assist motorist
  • 10-47--Emergency road repairs needed
  • 10-48--Need assistance. (NOT 00 or
  • 10-33)
  • 10-49--Traffic light out
  • 10-50--Accident. (F-Fatal; PI-Personal Injury; PD-Property Damage; S-State Vehicle)
  • 10-51--Wrecker needed
  • 10-52--Ambulance needed
  • 10-53--Road blocked
  • 10-54--Livestock on highway. (J1-Live stock; J2-Carcass)
  • 10-55--Intoxicated driver
  • 10-56--Intoxicated pedestrian
  • 10-57--Crime in progress
  • 10-58--Direct traffic
  • 10-59--Convoy or escort
  • 10-60--Attempt to contact
  • 10-61--Return to . . . . .
  • 10-62--Reply to message
  • 10-63--Prepare to make written copy
  • 10-64--Message for local delivery
  • 10-65--Radio log number
  • 10-66--Message, dispatch, or assignment cancellation
  • 10-67--Prepare to submit activity report
  • 10-68--Dispatch information
  • 10-69--Car to car clearance
  • 10-70--Fire alarm. (F-Forest; H-house; V-Vehicle)
  • 10-71--Report progress on fire
  • 10-72--Meet complainant
  • 10-73--Supervisor needed
  • 10-74--Intoximeter operator needed
  • 10-75--Photographer needed
  • 10-76--Investigator needed
  • 10-77--Narcotics agent needed
  • 10-78--Notify coroner
  • 10-79--In contact with . . . . .
  • 10-80--D.C.G. (Disaster Control Group)
  • 10-81--Squad in vicinity
  • 10-82--Reserve lodging
  • 10-83--Cancel reservations
  • 10-84--En route
  • 10-85--Will be late
  • 10-86--Missing person
  • 10-87--E.T.A. (Estimated Time of Arrival)
  • 10-88--Present telephone number of . . . . .
  • 10-89--Dead person
  • 10-90--Alarm
  • 10-91--Unnecessary use of radio
  • 10-92--Murder
  • 10-93--Blockade (Road block)
  • 10-94--Drag racing
  • 10-95--Reckless driving
  • 10-96--Mental person
  • 10-97--Civil disturbance (A-Racial; B-Teenagers; C-Crowd Gathering; D-Fighting)
  • 10-98--Prison or jail break
  • 10-99--Records indicate wanted or stolen (A-Felony; B-Misdemeanor)
  • 10-100--Hot pursuit
  • 10-100A--Attempting to outrun patrol car

2007 DPS Troop Map

Alabama 2007 Troop Map.GIF




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