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Denton County (TX)


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Denton City Police Unit IDs

  • Adam units are sworn staff assigned to Administration (Chiefs, PIO, and other administrative units)
  • Charles (Denton PD) units are Detectives/Investigators/Narcotics
  • Charles (UNTPD) are command staff units (CPT and higher rank)
  • Edward units are Enviromental Enforcement
  • John units are Juvenile Division (School Resource Officer, Juvenile Detectives)
  • King units are Denton and UNT K9 units. (1K1 and 1K2 DPD, K3-7 UNT)
  • Lincoln (Denton PD)units are traffic units (Motors, DWI, Accident Investigators)
  • Lincoln (UNTPD) Lieutenants
  • Paul units are Parking Enforcement (Non sworn staff assigned to parking, funeral details, traffic control)
  • Robert units are reserve units usually on Event channels for events or on weekends
  • Sam units are animal control units
  • Sierra units are UNT sergeants (not on Denton PD unless on mutual aid)
  • Victor units are citizens academy graduate volunteers (Assigned to drive a marked volunteer car through high traffic areas and to report crimes they observe)
  • William units are officers assigned to the warrants/city court division.
  • X-Ray - Patrol Units (the first number before X-ray is their shift; including sergeants, lieutenants that are assigned to patrol) 1-7 X-Ray 0-79 = Patrol Officers, 1-7 X-Ray 80-89 = Patrol Lieutenants, 1-7 X-Ray 90-99 = Patrol Sergeants.

Denton County Fire Pager Tones

  • Argyle Fire Department: Tone A = 1092.4 Hz, Tone B = 288.5 Hz
  • Double Oak Fire Department: Tone A = 330.5 Hz, Tone B = 410.8 Hz
  • Denton County FD: Tone A = 369.9 Hz, Tone B = 539.0 Hz
  • Flower Mound FD: Tone A = 388.7 Hz, Tone B = 510.9 Hz

Denton County Fire Unit Numbers

Engine, Medic, Truck, Quint, Chief, etc. followed by 3 digit number.
For example, E621 is Little Elm Engine 1

  • Argyle 510-519
  • Aubrey 520-529
  • Denton Co. 530-549
  • Denton Co. Fire Marshal 700-73x
  • Double Oak 550-559
  • Flower Mound 500-510
  • Highland Village 560-569
  • Justin 570-579
  • Krum 580-589
  • Lake Cities 590-599
  • Lewisville 160-169
  • Little Elm 620-629
  • Oak Point 630-639
  • Pilot Point 640-649
  • Ponder 650-659
  • Roanoke 660-669
  • Sanger 670-679
  • The Colony 470-479
  • Trophy Club 680-689

Dallas/Fort Worth Area Fire Stations Map

Denton County Police Unit Numbers on trunked radio system

  • Argyle 850s, 860s Patrol 2
  • Aubrey 370s Patrol 3
  • Bartonville 830s
  • Constables Precinct 1 4100s
  • Constables Precinct 2 4200s
  • Constables Precinct 3 4300s
  • Constables Precinct 4 4400s
  • Constables Precinct 5 4500s
  • Constables Precinct 6 4600s
  • Corinth 330s, 340s Patrol 2
  • Crossroads 410s Patrol 3
  • Double Oak 180, 190s
  • Sheriff 3200s, 3400s, 3600s, 3800s Patrol 1
  • Jail 3700s, 3800s
  • Hickory Creek 200s Patrol 2
  • Justin 890s
  • Krugerville 290s
  • Krum 550s Patrol 3
  • Little Elm 120s, 130s Patrol 3
  • Northlake 520s, 530s, 540s Patrol 2
  • Oak Point 260s Patrol 3
  • Pilot Point 150s, 160s
  • Ponder 540s Patrol 2
  • Sanger 770s, 780s Patrol 3
  • Trophy Club 950s, 960s Patrol 2
  • Texas DPS 1590s to 1610 Patrol 1

Please correct and complete if you can.

Denton Co Sheriff website

The Colony Police Beats and Unit IDs

BeatUnit ID Information

  • District 1 is everything bordering South of Nash to Hwy 121.
  • District 2 is North of Nash, East of Main, and West of Paige & Squires.
  • District 3 is North of Nash and West of Main.
  • District 4 is East of Squires & Paige, and North of Memorial Drive.
  • District 5 is everything located south of Hwy 121.

Unit ID Information

The day shift is 6am-6pm. The night shift is 6pm-6am. Adam units are the day shift units. Adam 1 is a luitenant and Adam 2 is the Seargant. Adam 10 is district 1. Adam 20 is district 2 and so on up until Adam 60. The Same goes for Baker units. Baker units are the night officers.

Other Unit IDs:
  • Sam 10-13: Traffic Units
  • Sam 21-22: Jailors
  • Sam 33: School Resource Officer
  • Sam 41-42: Warrants
  • Delta Units are CID:
    • Delta 1 - CID Supervisor
    • Delta 10
    • Delta 11
    • Delta 20
    • Delta 30
    • Delta 40 - Narcotics

The Colony Police Signal/10-Codes

10-Codes

The Colony uses "normal" 10-Codes for the area:

  • 10-2: Signal Loud and clear
  • 10-4: Message Received; OK
  • 10-6: Busy
  • 10-8: Clear from call; back in service
  • 10-9: Repeat
  • 10-12: Secure radio for information
  • 10-20: Location
  • 10-22: Disregard
  • 10-23: Arrived on scene
  • 10-27: Driver's License
  • 10-28: Vehicle License Plate
  • 10-29: Check for Warrants
  • 10-33: Emergency
  • 10-41: In Service (For shift)
  • 10-42: Out of Service (For shift)
  • 10-50: Vehicle accident
  • 10-55: Intoxicated driver
  • 10-59: Escort
  • 10-60: In the area
  • 10-76: Enroute
  • 10-95: Subject in custody and enroute to the jail
  • 10-99: Subject wanted

Acronyms

  • GOA: Gone on arrival
  • UTL: Unable to locate

Signal Codes

  • Signal 7: Out at the Police Station

Other

  • Code D: Drugs
  • Code K: Previous citations?
  • Code 1: Normal Response
  • Code 2: Emergency - Lights only
  • Code 3: Emergency - Lights and Siren
  • Code 5: Relay information

Maps and Related Images

  • DFW_Area_Fire_Stations.zip - Zip file contains Google Earth .kml map of fire stations in Collin, Dallas, Denton, Rockwall and Tarrant counties.


Map of City of Colony, TX

Map of City of Colony, TX

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