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Coos County (OR)


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Coos County Sheriff's Office

Radio Jargon

12 Codes

12-01 In service
12-02 Out of service
12-03 Return to station
12-04 Call by phone
12-05 Repeat message
12-06 Contact complainant or address
12-07 Motor vehicle registration check
12-08 Motor vehicle registration & owner info
12-09 Correct time
12-10 Operator license check
12-11 Description from operator's license
12-12 Unable to copy
12-13 Attention all stations / prepare to copy info
12-14 Relay the following info
12-15 Locate for emergency message
12-16 Motor vehicle accident unknown injuries / non-injury
12-17 Motor vehicle accident w/injuries
12-18 Dispatch ambulance
12-19 Dispatch tow
12-20 Check person / item for wants or stolen
12-21 No record or no wants
12-22 Misdemeanor CCH, no wants
12-23 Felony CCH use caution
12-24 Subject / item wanted
12-25 CCH, additional info required
12-26 Base station temp out of service
12-27 Call by radio on arrival
12-28 Suspicious person / vehicle
12-29 Disturbance
12-30 Reckless driver
12-31 Intoxicated driver
12-32 Intoxicated person
12-33 Emergency, radio traffic restricted
12-34 Resume normal radio traffic
12-35 Abandoned vehicle
12-36 Illegal hunting
12-37 Advise road/weather conditions
12-38 Copy
12-39 Unit out of county/city
12-40 Assistance needed -urgent
12-41 Subject in custody
12-42 Current location
12-43 Person down
12-44 Drag racing
12-45 ETA
12-46 Can subject/suspect overhear this?
12-47 Illegal parking
12-48 Road hazzard
12-49 Road block
12-50 Traffic stop
12-51 Burglar alarm
12-52 Stake out
12-53 Out of service/subject to call
12-54 Narcotic activity
12-55 Unwanted
12-56 Mental
12-57 Informant
12-58 Missing person
12-59 Prowler
12-60 Bomb incident / threat
12-61 Escort
12-62 Theft / vehicle
12-63 Burglary
12-64 Criminal mischief
12-65 Death investigation
12-66 Possible homicide
12-67 Robbery
12-68 Assault
12-69 Sex crime
12-70 Other (specify)
12-97 On scene / call
12-98 Clear scene / call

Codes

Code 01 Respond, not urgent
Code 02 Respond w/lights
Code 03 Respond w/lights, siren
Code 04 No further assistance needed, all okay
Code 05 Changing radio channel to ___
Code 06 Out of service - investigating
Code 07 Out of service - meal break
Code 08 Out of service - break
Code 09 Out of service - at residence
Code 10 Out of service - for repair
Code 11 Out of service - security detail
Code 12 Standby to copy written info
Code 13 Standby to copy emergency info
Code 14 Disabled patrol vehicle, request assistance
Code 15 Death investigation
Code 16 Dispatch helicopter
Code 17 Helicopter dispatched
Code 18 Civil
Code 19 SAR needed
Code 20 Notify news media
Code 21 Stake out, all marked cars stay out of area

Unit Designators & Dispatch Frequencies

There are two departments in Coos County that use 100 level IDs and three departments that use 800 level IDs.

100 - Coos Bay Police (Dispatch frequency: CBPD 155.4900)
100 - BLM Law Enforcement (Dispatch frequency: CCSO 2 155.7900)
200 - Coquille Tribal Police (Dispatch frequency: CBPD 155.4900)
300 - North Bend Police (Dispatch frequency: NBPD 154.7550)
400 - Myrtle Point Police (Dispatch frequency: CCSO 2 155.7900)
500 - Coos County Sheriff (Dispatch frequency: CCSO 2 155.7900)
5-John-x - Coos County Sheriff Jail Staff
5-Robert-x - Coos County Sheriff Reserves
600 - Coquille (City) Police (Dispatch frequency: CPD 2 155.9700--dispatched by CBPD on own frequency)
700 - Myrtle Point Police (Dispatch frequency: CCSO 2 155.7900)
800 - Powers Police (Dispatch frequency: CCSO 2 155.7900)
800 - Coos Bay Police reserve officers (Dispatch frequency: CBPD 155.4900)
800 - SOCC Campus Security (Dispatch frequency: CBPD 155.4900)
3300 - OSP Coos Bay (Dispatch frequency: Ch. 67 - 70 154.8600)
Charles-Tom-x - Confederated Tribes of Coos, Lower Umpqua, & Siuslaw Indians (CTCLUS) Police (Dispatch frequency: CCSO 2 155.7900; also dispatched on Florence Police)
Frank 20xx - USFS Siuslaw National Forest Law Enforcement (Dispatch frequency: SNF Law Dispatch 168.0250)

Coos County Fire Districts

Fire Stations

There appears to be no uniform county numbering scheme. Apparatus numbering varies by department. All fire departments except for Coos Bay are dispatched on County Fire 156.1050.

7100 Bandon RFPD # 8
7200 Powers FD
7300 Myrtle Point FD
45x Myrtle Point Ambulance
7400 Coquille FD
7500 Fairview RFPD
7600 Greenacres RFPD
7700 Sumner RFPD
7800 Millington Fire District # 5
7900 Bridge Volunteer RFPD
8000 Dora-Sitkum RFPD
8100 Coos Bay Fire & Rescue
Station 1 - Central Station - 450 Elrod Ave.
Station 2 - Empire Station - 189 Wall St.
Station 3 - Eastside Station - 365 D St. (Not manned; calls given to Station 1)
8200 Charleston RFPD
8300 North Bend FD
8400 North Bay RFPD
8500 Hauser RFPD
8600 Lakeside RFPD

74x Lower Umpqua Ambulance

Coos County Dispatch Centers

North Coos 911

North Coos 911 / Coos Bay PD in Coos Bay dispatches for Coos Bay Police and Fire, Coquille Tribal Police, Coquille City Police and Fire, and Southwestern Oregon Community College Campus Security.

Coos County 911

Coos County 911 "Station 5" in Coquille dispatches for the Coos County Sheriff's Office, Myrtle Point Police, Bandon Police, Powers Police, Confederated Tribes of the Coos, Lower Umpqua, and Siuslaw (CTCLUS) Indians Police Department, BLM Law Enforcement, and all remaining fire departments in the county.

North Bend

North Bend PD in North Bend dispatches for the North Bend Police Department and the North Bend Fire Department which can be toned out by either Station 5 or North Bend.

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