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Dawson County (GA)


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Fire Station Locations

Fire Station Service Areas
  • Station 1: 1670 CLIFTON ROAD, ATLANTA
  • Station 2: 1316 DRESDEN DRIVE, ATLANTA
  • Station 3: 24 N. CLARENDON AVE., AVONDALE
  • Station 4: 4540 FLAKES MILL ROAD, ELLENWOOD
  • Station 5: 4013 LAWRENCEVILLE HWY. TUCKER
  • Station 6: 2342 FLAT SHOALS ROAD, ATLANTA
  • Station 7: 1776 DERRILL DRIVE, DECATUR
  • Station 8: 2711 CLAIRMONT ROAD, ATLANTA
  • Station 9: 3858 N. DRUID HILLS RD., DECATUR
  • Station 10: 1686 CONSTITUTION RD., ATLANTA
  • Station 11: 6715 JAMES B. RIVERS DR., STONE MTN.
  • Station 12: 5323 ROBERTS DRIVE, DUNWOODY
  • Station 13: 5619 REDAN ROAD, STONE MTN.
  • Station 14: 7207 COVINGTON HWY., LITHONIA
  • Station 15: 2017 FLIGHTWAY DRIVE, PEACHTREE-DEKALB AIRPORT, CHAMBLEE
  • Station 16: 2750 PLEASANTWOOD DR., DECATUR
  • Station 17: 3900 EVANS MILL ROAD, LITHONIA
  • Station 18: 4588 BARCLAY DRIVE, CHAMBLEE
  • Station 19: 3253 MERCER UNIV. DR., CHAMBLEE
  • Station 20: 2919 WARREN ROAD, DECATUR
  • Station 21: 1090 CROWN POINT PKWY., ATLANTA
  • Station 22: 1859 MONTREAL ROAD, TUCKER
  • Station 23: 1265 BROCKETT ROAD, CLARKSTON
  • Station 24: 4154 REDAN ROAD, STONE MTN
  • Station 25: 7136 ROCKBRIDGE RD., STONE MTN.


Police Radio Codes

  • 1 Request rescue
  • 1E Rescue - extrication
  • 1H Rescue - hazmat
  • 1R Rescue - rope
  • 1W Rescue - drowning
  • 2 Person down
  • 2L Person down - emergency
  • 2U Person unconscious
  • 3 Alarm
  • 3A Fire alarm - apartment
  • 4 Call
  • 5 Controlled burn
  • 6 Continue non-emergency
  • 7 Return to station
  • 8 Send
  • 9 Return all equipment
  • 10 Fire
  • 10B Fire - business
  • 10D Fire - residence
  • 10E Fire - school
  • 10F Fire - factory
  • 10G Fire - trash
  • 10H Fire - hospital
  • 10I Fire - industrial
  • 10M Fire - apartment building
  • 10S Fire - warehouse
  • 10V Fire - vehicld
  • 10W Fire - vegetation
  • 10X Fire - other
  • 11 Under control
  • 12 Fire out
  • 13 Check location for _____
  • 14 Assistance needed
  • 15 Person trapped
  • 16 Arson suspected
  • 17 Hit and run
  • 18 Counterfeit
  • 19 Peeping tom
  • 20D Aircraft crash
  • 20S Aircraft in trouble
  • 21 Disorderly juveniles
  • 22 Demented person
  • 24 Discharging firearms
  • 24 Fireworks
  • 25 Animal complaint
  • 26 Intoxicated person
  • 27 Fight
  • 28 Narcotics violation
  • 29 Abandoned vehicle
  • 30 Escaped prisoner
  • 31 Fraud
  • 32 Solicitors
  • 33 Gambling
  • 34 Vandalism
  • 35 Property damage
  • 36 Illegal parking
  • 37 Harrassing phone calls
  • 38 Service request
  • 39 Hitchhiker
  • 40 Unknown trouble
  • 41 Accident
  • 41I Accident with injury
  • 41T Accident with entrapment
  • 42 Burglary
  • 42J Burglary - just occurred
  • 42P Burglary - in progress
  • 43 Firefighter injured
  • 44 Robbery
  • 44J Robbery - just occurred
  • 44P Robbery - in progress
  • 45 Theft
  • 45J Theft - just occurred
  • 45P Theft - in progress
  • 46 Phone hospital
  • 47 Person hit by vehicle
  • 48 Drowning
  • 49 Deceased person
  • 50 Shooting
  • 51 Stabbing
  • 52 Suicide
  • 53 Suspicious person
  • 54 Suspicious vehicle
  • 55 Missing person
  • 56 Loud party
  • 57 Shoplifting
  • 58 Homicide
  • 59 Meet with
  • 60 Illegal dumping
  • 61 Gas leak
  • 62 Flooding
  • 63 Officer Needs Help
  • 64 Person refusing to leave
  • 65 Neighbor dispute
  • 66 Child abuse
  • 67 Rape
  • 68 Robbery
  • 69 Person with weapon
  • 70 Prowler
  • 71 Reckless driving
  • 72 Lost property
  • 73 Vehicle theft
  • 73J Vehicle theft - just occurred
  • 73P Vehicle theft - in progress
  • 74 Wanted person located
  • 75 Street hazard
  • 76 Fraud
  • 77 Kidnapping
  • 78 Attempt to locate
  • 79 Direct traffic
  • 80 Assist motorist
  • 81 Trespassing
  • 82 Person found
  • 83 Relieve officer
  • 84 Train accident
  • 85 Check location for _____
  • 86 Overhead wires down
  • 87 Domestic problem
  • 88 Bomb threat
  • 89 Public indecency
  • 90 Frequent patrol
  • 91 Disturbance
  • 92 Assault
  • 93 Found property
  • 94 Person held against will
  • 95 Open door or window
  • 96 Assist invalid
  • 97 Deliver emergency message
  • 98 Obscene motorist
  • 99 Arrest

TEN CODES

  • 10-0 Use Caution
  • 10-7 At Scene
  • 10-7-0 Unable to locate
  • 10-7-1 Nothing visible
  • 10-7-2 Using booster hose
  • 10-7-3 Laying out hose
  • 10-7-4 Well involved
  • 10-10 Out of service - available
  • 10-11 Case number
  • 10-14 Activate Dive Rescue team
  • 10-15 Prisoner in custody
  • 10-16 As soon as possible
  • 10-17 Request messages
  • 10-18 Expedite
  • 10-19 No messages
  • 10-20 Location
  • 10-23 Correct time on MDT (Mobile Data Terminal)
  • 10-25 Situation under control
  • 10-26 Request superior
  • 10-27 Request drivers license info
  • 10-28 Registration request
  • 10-29 Check NCIC
  • 10-30 Unnecessary use of radio
  • 10-31 En route to shop
  • 10-32 En route to gas pumps
  • 10-33 Emergency Traffic Only
  • 10-34 Resume normal traffic
  • 10-35 Clear radio for lookout
  • 10-36 Correct time
  • 10-37 Go to Headquarters
  • 10-38 Roadblock
  • 10-39 Routine check
  • 10-40 Identify operator on duty
  • 10-41 Beginning tour of duty
  • 10-42 Ending tour of duty
  • 10-44 Use DVP (Digital Voice Privacy)
  • 10-45 Switch to code
  • 10-46 Investigation
  • 10-47 At residence
  • 10-48 Stopping traffic violator
  • 10-49 Serving civil papers
  • 10-50 Serving warrant
  • 10-51 Request wrecker
  • 10-52 Request ambulance
  • 10-53 Patient refuses treatment
  • 10-54 Patient transported by other means
  • 10-55 Transfer patient
  • 10-56A Minor injuries
  • 10-56B Moderate injuries
  • 10-56C Severe injuries
  • 10-56D Deceased
  • 10-57 Send additional police
  • 10-59 False alarm
  • 10-60 Lunch
  • 10-61 Gone on arrival
  • 10-62 Is situation under control?
  • 10-63 No report
  • 10-64 Prepare to make written copy
  • 10-65 Incident report
  • 10-66 Accident report
  • 10-67 Citation issued
  • 10-69 Occurred outside of County
  • 10-70 Channel
  • 10-71 Log on MDT
  • 10-72 Log off MDT
  • 10-73 Acknowledge MDT message
  • 10-74 Negative
  • 10-75 In contact with
  • 10-76 En route
  • 10-77 Estimated time of arrival
  • 10-80 Pursuit in progress
  • 10-81 On foot with portable radio
  • 10-82 On pager
  • 10-83 Direct school traffic
  • 10-84 Special detail
  • 10-85 Telephone patch
  • 10-88 Working radar
  • 10-89 Computer system down
  • 10-90 Computer system up
  • 10-91 Pick up prisoner
  • 10-92 Roadway blocked
  • 10-93 Request Metro roadblock plan
  • 10-94 Building check
  • 10-96 Transporting mental case
  • 10-97 Test signal
  • 10-99 Stolen or wanted indicated

STATUS CODES

  • 1 Gone on arrival
  • 2 Unfounded
  • 3 No action taken
  • 4 All clear
  • 5 Incident report
  • 6 Accident report
  • 7 Backup
  • 8 Traffic warning
  • 9 Referred to detectives
  • 10 Arrest
  • 11 Advised warrant
  • 12 Juvenile released to parents
  • 13 Not located
  • 14 No such address
  • 15 Arrived
  • 16 Lunch
  • 17 Private property
  • 18 Officer hostage
  • 19 Referred to __________
  • 20 Field investigation card
  • 21 Referred to uniformed patrol unit
  • 22 Referred to Youth Services
  • 23 Juvenile complaint form
  • 24 Juvenile in custody

Police Shifts

  • Shift (Team) letters follow the three-digit numeric beat callsign, but are only used when other Teams overlap. (i.e. "231" covers beat 231, and uses callsign "231" when only one officer is in the beat, but "231A" and "231B" each add their "A" and "B" squad suffix when both are working on Wednesdays). Because all shifts work on Wednesday, this day is used for special projects, training, etc.
  • A 0600-1600 Day Watch Sun-Wed
  • B 0600-1600 Day Watch Wed-Sat
  • C 1200-2200 Evening Sun-Wed
  • D 1200-2200 Evening Wed-Sat
  • E 1600-0200 Peak Shift Sun-Wed
  • F 1600-0200 Peak Shift Wed-Sat
  • G 2200-0800 Morning Sun-Wed
  • H 2200-0800 Morning Wed-Sat


  • Teams may occasionaly swap their days off, but hours generally remain the same (i.e. A may swap days with B, or C may swap days with D).

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