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Cleveland County (OK)


Cleveland County, Oklahoma
County Number
OHP Troop A
ODOT Field District 3
OKWIN Sites 7, 40
NWS Office Norman
FIPS Code 40027

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Oklahoma Highway Patrol

Cleveland County is in OHP Troop A's service area.

OKWIN

DEC HEX Mode Alpha Tag Description
41616  a29  OHP Capitol1  Oklahoma Highway Patrol Troop R (Capitol Patrol) 1 -- R-1 
41648  a2b  OHP Executv1  Oklahoma Highway Patrol Executive Security 
41680  a2d  OHP OKC AM-1  Oklahoma Highway Patrol Troop A Metro 1 -- AM-1 
41712  a2f  OHP OKC AM-2  Oklahoma Highway Patrol Troop A Metro 2 -- AM-2 
41744  a31  OHP ComCentr  Oklahoma City DPS Communications Center 
41776  a33  OHP OKC AR-1  Oklahoma Highway Patrol Troop A Rural 1 -- AR-1 
41808  a35  OHP OKC AR-2  Oklahoma Highway Patrol Troop A Rural 2 -- AR-2 
41840  a37  OHP Capitol2  Oklahoma Highway Patrol Troop R (Capitol Patrol) 2 -- R-2 
42128  a49  OHP Turnpk 1  Oklahoma Highway Patrol Turner/Kilpatrick Turnpike 1 -- Turner 1 
42160  a4b  OHP Turnpk 2  Oklahoma Highway Patrol Turner/Kilpatrick Turnpike 2 -- Turner 2 

Low Band and Relays

Frequency  Input   
License  Type  Tone  Alpha Tag  Description  Mode  Tag 
45.18000  45.22000   KA6474   77.0 PL  OHP Side 4 Oklahoma City OHP Side 4 -- Cars to Base  FM  Law Dispatch 
45.22000      KA6474   77.0 PL  OHP Side 3 Oklahoma City OHP Side 3 -- Car to Car and Base to Cars  FM  Law Dispatch 
155.44500  44.90000   WBC688   118.8 PL  OHP CarRelay Crescent Mobile Relay -- in Logan County  FM  Law Dispatch 
154.90500  44.90000   KYU30     OHP CarRelay Geary Mobile Relay -- just north of I-40 at Geary Exit  FM  Law Dispatch 
44.90000  44.70000   KA6474   77.0 PL  OHP Side 2 Oklahoma City OHP Side 2 -- Cars to Base  FM  Law Dispatch 
44.70000      KA6474   77.0 PL  OHP Side 1 Oklahoma City OHP Side 1 -- Car to Car and Base to Cars  FM  Law Dispatch 
462.27500  44.90000   WGC789   71.9 PL  OHP CarRelay Tecumseh Mobile Relay -- Pottawatomie County  FM  Law Dispatch 



Cleveland County Sheriff's Office

CCSO deputies have VHF and 800-MHz radios. Even with access to several OKWIN sites -- Norman, Tecumseh, Shawnee, Lexington and Oklahoma City -- there are still dead spots in eastern Cleveland County. The VHF repeater on 154.265 MHz, known as Low-band is used to fill these gaps. This repeater was replaced with MOTOTRBO-capable hardware in 2010.

CCSO also provides patrol service to Town of Slaughterville.

Cleveland County Sheriff's Office

Unit Designations

Phonetic Type Unit numbers
Cleveland County Deputies 1-80
Robert Cleveland County Reserve Deputies
Charlie Cleveland County Courthouse Deputies
Prisoner Transport Units 90-99
Lake Thunderbird Park Rangers 400-499

Law Enforcement Ten Codes

 10-0 - Acknowledgment Requested
 10-1 - Receiving Poorly
 10-2 - Receiving Well
 10-3 - Stop Transmitting
 10-4 - Understood
 10-5 - Relay
 10-6 - Busy
 10-7 - Out of Service
 10-8 - In Service
 10-9 - Repeat
10-10 - Coffee/Meal Break
10-12 - Unauthorized Person Near Radio
10-13 - Weather Forecast
10-14 - Escort Needed At ...
10-15 - Prisoner(s) In Custody
10-16 - Available For Call/Assignment
10-17 - Pick Up Items At ...
10-18 - Pick Up Prisoners At ...
10-19 - Return to Assigned Districts
10-20 - Location?
10-21 - Public Service
10-22 - Disregard
10-24 - Trouble At Station
10-26 - Check For Delinquent Parking Tickets
10-27 - Check For OU Student Status
10-28 - Check For Vehicle Registration
10-29 - Check for Stolen
10-33 - Change To Mutual Aid Frequency
10-34 - Return To Uncoded Operation
10-35 - Change to Coded Operation
10-36 - Correct Time?
10-42 - Check Traffic Record
10-43 - Check Driver's License
10-44 - Check for Record And Wanted (Specify Sources To Be Checked)
10-50 - No Calls
10-51 - Ambulance/Wrecker Escort
10-60 - Unit Back In Quarters
10-63 - Net Directed - Emergency Traffic Only
10-64 - Net Clear - Resume Normal Radio Traffic
10-65 - Item Assignment
10-66 - Item Cancellation
10-69 - Any Calls For This Officer?
10-75 - Stake Out
10-91 - Animal Complaint
10-97 - Arrived At Scene
10-98 - Assignment Complete

Signal Codes

Signal Meaning
1 Burglary In Progress
2 Investigate Burglary
3 Burglary Alarm
4 Bank/Holdup Alarm
5 Alarm Out Of Service
6 Robbery In Progress
7 Robbery Occurred
8 Larceny
9 Disturbance (Specify Source)
10 Fight (Specify Number Of Persons, Weapons Involved)
11 How Are My Signals?
12 Drug Violation
13 Weapons Involved
14 Assault With Weapon
15 Reported Homicide
16 Reported Suicide or Attempt
18 Reported Body
19 Sick or Injured Person (Give Circumstances)
20 Suspicious Vehicle or Person (Describe)
21 Reported Rape or Attempt
22 Reported Kidnapping
23 Molesting
24 Indecent Exposure
25 Prowler
26 Stolen Vehicle
27 Missing Person
28 Lost Child or Runaway
29 Mental Case; Possible Griffin Memorial Walkaway
30 Fatality Traffic Collision
31 Public Drunkenness
32 Officer Needed Nature Unknown
33 Vandalism
34 Bomb Threat
35 Fire
36 Fire Alarm
38 Hazardous Materials Involvement
40 Reckless/Careless Driving
41 Parking Problem
42 Motorist Assist
43 Failure To Appear
44 Assault
45 Forgery
46 Obscene/Threating Phone Call
47 Open Door/Premises Check
48 Traffic/Fire Department Assistance
49 Noise Complaint
50 Officer In Danger
52 Officer Needs Assistance, Routine
61 Need Fire Inspector
62 Return to Station (Dinner)
63 Need Medical Examiner
64 Need Police Officer (Specify Problem)
65 Call Cover-up
66 Reported Drowning
76 Traffic Collision; Property Damage Only
82 Traffic Collision; Injury Involved
84 Report to Headquarters
85 Contact a Subject
86 Pick Up Your Partner
88 Drunk Driver
89 Traffic Collision; Hit and Run
91 Abandoned Call
93 Take Unit To Garage
100 Aircraft Crash

Cities

The cities of Lexington, Moore, and Noble use OKWIN for public safety communications. The University of Oklahoma Department of Public Safety ("OUPD") and other university departments also use the system.

City of Norman

All Norman City services are on OKWIN. Norman joined their two-site simulcast system to OKWIN in 2007, becoming Site 40. One site is atop the Sarkeys Energy Center on the OU campus, while the other is east of town north of Lake Thunderbird. Police, Fire and EMS Units can use adjoining sites in the system. Public works units cannot.

Norman Police are assigned beats by shift. Listing of beat officers .

NPD-Beat-Map.PNG

Previous beat map, c.2004


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