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Lexington/Fayette Urban County Police 10-Codes & Signals20070427

10-CODES

  • 10-1 Unreadable
  • 10-2 Readable
  • 10-3 Stop transmitting(s)
  • 10-4 0K
  • 10-5 Relay
  • 10-6 Busy
  • 10-7 Out of service
  • 10-8 In service
  • 10-9 Repeat
  • 10-10 Out of service subject to call
  • 10-12 Official or visitor present
  • 10-13 Adverse weather
  • 10-14 Escort
  • 10-15 Transporting to jail
  • 10-16 Pick up prisoners at:
  • 10-17 Pick up papers or reports
  • 10-19 Returning to your beat/sector
  • 10-20 Location
  • 10-21 Call the station
  • 10-22 Contact the Coroner
  • 10-25 Do you have contact with:?
  • 10-26 No back-up available for call
  • 10-27 Request for back-up by unit
  • 10-28 Check for full registration
  • 10-29 Check for wanted on:
  • 10-30 Does not conform to rules/regs
  • 10-32 Breath/Blood test
  • 10-35 Confidential
  • 10-36 Time
  • 10-37 Dispatcher
  • 10-45 Non-injury Accident
  • 10-46 Injury Accident
  • 10-47 Check full registration/wanted
  • 10-49 Payroll checks available
  • 10-56 Out booking
  • 10-57 Intoxicated driver
  • 10-58 Intoxicated person
  • 10-71 Stolen Vehicle
  • 10-88 Advise telephone number
  • 10-97 Arrived
  • 10-98 Completed

CODES

  • 1 Arrest Made
  • 2 Warrant
  • 3 Assistance Given
  • 4 Vehicle Investigated
  • 5 Complaint Investigated
  • 6 Subject Investigated
  • 7 F(ield) I(nvestigation) made
  • 8 Assignment finished
  • 9 Citation Issued
  • 10 Notice or summons served
  • 12A False Alarm: Inadvertent
  • 12F False Alarm
  • 12M False Alarm: Mechanical
  • 12P False Alarm: Personnel
  • 12R False Alarm: Refusal
  • 12U False Alarm: Unknown
  • 12W False Alarm: Weather
  • 13 Gone on arrival
  • 15 Not needed
  • 17 Report
  • 17L Open Report Made/Language Assist
  • 18 Event number not available
  • 19A St. Joe Hospital
  • 19B Samaritan Hospital
  • 19C Central Baptist Hospital
  • 19D UK. Hospital
  • 19E Eastern State Hospital
  • 19F V.A.-Leestown
  • 19G V.A-Cooper
  • 19H St. Joe Hospital-East
  • 20 Trouble settled
  • 21A Unfounded
  • 21B Unable to locate
  • 22A Wrecker by owner
  • 22B Wrecker by officer
  • 25 Area Check
  • 25A Area Check Complete
  • 28 Possible mental Patient
  • 30 Subject is Physically Impaired
  • 30A Subject has Impaired Vision
  • 30B Subject has Impaired Hearing
  • 30C Subject has Impaired Speech
  • 30D Subject has Physical Impairment
  • 35 Involves a police officer
  • 500 Subject is Dead
  • 615 Extra Patrol

SIGNALS

  • 1 Officers home
  • 2 Meet or will meet
  • 3 Any messages for this unit?
  • 4 Report to Headquarters
  • 5 Meal Break
  • 6 Call telephone number:
  • 7 OFFICER NEEDS ASSISTANCE
  • 8 Disregard
  • 9 Emergency
  • 10 Personal Safety Alert
  • 10A Subject is Wanted
  • 10B Subject Is Dangerous
  • 10C Vehicle Reported Stolen
  • 11A Request/Advise use of road spikes
  • 11B Have Deployed OC Spray
  • 11C Have Deployed Taser
  • 11D Have Deployed/Deploy Tactical Blanket
  • 15 Gas Leak
  • 16 Bomb Threat
  • 20 Spouse Abuse Center
  • 25A Airborne communicable disease
  • 25B Bloodborne communicable disease
  • 25C Physical contact communicable disease
  • 25U Unknown communicable disease
  • 41 Unofficial reference to the jail
  • 77 Silent "Officer needs assistance"
  • 78 Officer is ok, in respoinse to Signal 77
  • X Courtesy break 99 (FCSO) Response to Signal 7 Button

Lexington Fire/EMS 10-codes

10-CODES

  • 10-5 Returning to quarters
  • 10-7 Cancel response
  • 10-21 Respond With OR Respond Police this Location
  • 10-46 Motor Vehicle Collision

Lexington Humane Society Animal Control Signals and Codes

10-CODES

  • 10-1 Receiving Poorly
  • 10-2 Receiving Well
  • 10-27 Assistance (with Mean Animal)

Codes

  • 3 –
  • 6A –
  • 6B –
  • 9 –
  • 11A – Abuse/Neglect (No Food/Water/Shelter)
  • 12B –
  • 15A – Check for Rabies Tags or Sick Animals?
  • 17B – Canine on Loose
  • OGU –
  • RAL – Running-at-Large


Lexington/Fayette Urban County Transit Authority Codes

  • 10-2 Location
  • 10-18 Passenger(s)
  • 10-30 Stop(ped) at Bus Stop/Wait at ____
  • 10-36 Correct Time
  • 10-79 Pick-Up Pax
  • 10-89 Problem Passenger

U.K. Medical Center Security Signals and Codes

20120618

All-Call Codes (Dispatched over PA and Radios)

  • CODE PINK: Infant or child abduction from 3rd floor
  • CODE RED: Fire, followed by location
  • CODE YELLOW: Mass casualty incident
  • CODE BLUE: Cardiac Arrest/Unresponsive Person

10-CODES

  • 10-1 Unreadable
  • 10-2 Readable
  • 10-3 Stop transmitting(s)
  • 10-4 0K
  • 10-5 Relay
  • 10-6 Busy
  • 10-7 Out of service
  • 10-8 In service
  • 10-9 Repeat
  • 10-10 Out of service subject to call
  • 10-14 Escort
  • 10-16 Pick up prisoners at:
  • 10-17 Pick up papers or reports
  • 10-19 Returning to your beat/sector
  • 10-20 Location
  • 10-21 Call the station
  • 10-29 Check for wanted on
  • 10-36 Time
  • 10-45 Non-injury Accident
  • 10-46 Injury Accident
  • 10-47 Check full registration/wanted
  • 10-57 Intoxicated driver
  • 10-58 Intoxicated person
  • 10-71 Stolen Vehicle
  • 10-88 Advise telephone number
  • 10-97 Arrived
  • 10-98 Completed

CODES

  • 1 Arrest Made
  • 2 Warrant
  • 3 Assistance Given
  • 4 Vehicle Investigated
  • 5 Complaint Investigated
  • 6 Subject Investigated
  • 8 Assignment finished
  • 13 Gone on arrival
  • 25 Area Check
  • 25A Area Check Complete

SIGNALS

  • 1 Officers home
  • 2 Meet or will meet
  • 3 Any messages for this unit?
  • 4 Report to Headquarters
  • 5 Meal Break
  • 6 Call telephone number:
  • 7 OFFICER NEEDS ASSISTANCE
  • 8 Disregard
  • 9 Emergency

Unit numbers

  • 600's Chandler Hospital Security
  • 800's Good Sam Security
  • 900's University of KY Police

Lexington Fire Department Run Assignments

  • Structure Fire (non-high rise): 3 - Engines, 2 - Ladders, EC Unit, District Major, Rescue Engine, Rescue 1 and EMS Supervisor.
  • Structure Fire (high rise): 4 - Engines, 2 - Ladders, 2 - EC Units, Rescue Engine, Rescue 1, 2 - District Majors, and EMS Supervisor. Confirmed fire gets an automatic second alarm.
  • Second Alarm: 2 - Engines, Ladder, EC Unit, District Major, Battalion Chief, Rescue Engine, and Mobile Air Unit.
  • Technical Rescue (Any type): Engine, Ladder, EC Unit, 2 - Rescue Engines, Rescue 1 and District Major. (Add Rescue 2 for trench or collapse. Add Hazmat 1 for confined space and trench.)
  • Private Alarm: 2 - Engine, Ladder, and District Major. (High-Rise private alarm adds one Engine.)
  • Smoke in the Structure: 2 - Engines, Ladder, EC Unit, Rescue 1 and District Major.
  • MVC with Entrapment Reported: Engine, EC Unit, Ladder, Rescue 1, District Major and EMS Supervisor.
  • MVC with no Entrapment Reported: Engine and EC Unit.
  • EMS First Responder: Closest Engine or Ladder and EC Unit. (Only respond for immediate life threatening emergencies or when requested by the EC Unit.)

Lexington Fire Department Equipment Locations

Fire Station 01 - 219 E. 3RD ST

  • E 01 (ENGINE)
  • E 03
  • L 01 (LADDER)
  • EC 01 (EMERGENCY CARE UNIT)
  • EC 10
  • FIFTH DISTRICT MAJOR (UNIT 205)
  • BATTALION CHIEF (UNIT 200)
  • MB 01 (MOBILE AIR)
  • MB 02 (MOBILE AIR)
  • COMMAND POST
  • MASS CARE #1
  • EMS SUPERVISOR (Unit 242)

Also at Station 1 are the Administrative offices, Fire Prevention Bureau, Fire Communications, Building Maintenance, Fire Apparatus Garage, Radio Shop, EMS supply area, Cascade Room, office of the Quartermaster and central supply storage.

Fire Station 02 - 415 N.E. NEW CIRCLE RD

  • E 02
  • L 05
  • EC 08
  • FIRST DISTRICT MAJOR (UNIT 201)

Fire Station 03 - 370 MERINO ST

  • RS 01 (RESCUE/SPECIAL OPERATIONS)
  • SPECIAL OPERATIONS CHIEF (UNIT 230)
  • LFD CHAPLAIN

Fire Station 04 - 246 JEFFERSON ST

  • E 04

Fire Station 05 - 300 WOODLAND AVE

  • E 05
  • L 02

Fire Station 06 - 501 S. LIMESTONE ST

  • E 06
  • EC 07

Fire Station 07 - 3307 TATES CREEK RD

  • E 07
  • EC 04

Fire Station 08 - 1725 N. BROADWAY

  • E 08
  • EC 03

Fire Station 09 - 2234 RICHMOND RD

  • E 09
  • EC 02

Fire Station 10 - 1128 FINNEY DR

  • E 10
  • L 03
  • EC 06

Fire Station 11 - 1626 HARRODSBURG RD

  • E 11
  • FOURTH DISTRICT MAJOR (UNIT 204)

Fire Station 12 - 399 SOUTHLAND DR

  • E12
  • EC 09

Fire Station 13 - 1432 LEESTOWN RD

  • E 13
  • THIRD DISTRICT MAJOR (UNIT 203)

Fire Station 14 - 1530 ROANOKE RD

  • E 14
  • EC 05
  • BT 01 (BRUSH TRUCK)

Fire Station 15 - 3308 SHILLITO PARK RD

  • E 15

Fire Station 16 - 3700 MAN O WAR BLVD

  • E 16
  • SECOND DISTRICT MAJOR (UNIT 202)

Fire Station 17 - 4113 WINCHESTER RD

  • E 17

Fire Station 18 - 7155 RICHMOND RD

  • E18

Fire Station 19 - 3450 HUFFMAN MILL RD

  • E 19

Fire Station 20 - 3001 ARROWHEAD DR

  • E 20
  • L 04
  • HM 01 (HAZARDOUS MATERIALS)
  • UNIT 220- HAZMAT TEAM COMMANDER)

Fire Station 21 - 3161 MAPLELEAF DR

  • E 21
  • L 06
  • BT 02

Fire Station 22 - 4393 CLEARWATER DR

  • E 22
  • L 07

Fire Station 23 - 5751 BRIAR HILL ROAD

  • E 23
  • E 50 (HAZMAT, AIRCRAFT FIRE FIGHTING, CONFINED SPACE

FIRE TRAINING CENTER - 1375 OLD FRANKFORT PIKE

  • HM 02
  • Reserve Engines and Ladders

Lexington Police Unit Numbering Scheme

An on-duty officer's unit number is comprised of three digits and (sometimes) a letter at the end.

   * The first digit corresponds with the officer's sector : 1 for West, 2 for Central and 3 for East
   * The second digit corresponds with the officer's shift : 1 is 1st (6 am to 4pm), 2 is 2nd (4pm to 1am), 3 is 3rd (10pm to 6am).
   * The third digit and letter together indicates the officer's beat within their sector.

For example:

   233B would be working in the Central sector on third shift on beat 3B.
  • Any unit ending in C or D is an extra unit working in either of the beats. For example, 124C would respond to any call in either the 4A or 4B beats in the West sector.
  • Also, any unit that ends in 9A, for example 239A, is a wagon unit.
However, there are many unit numbers that don't follow this pattern. See the chart below for an explanation:
One or Two digit unit numbers Administration (Chief, Asst. Chief, Commanders).
x00 - such as 100 or 400 Captains
x01, x02 - such as 101 or 202 Lieutenants
xy0A - such as 120A Sergeants - * x and y indicate sector and shift
5xx - such as 524 Detectives
2xx - such as 264 Special Duty -- e.g., Canine Units
6xx, 7xx, 8xx - such as 723 Safety/Traffic Units and Special Duty
9xx Personnel from other agencies (EMS, fire, federal, sheriff, etc.)
Five or Six digit numbers (i.e.: 54321 or 123456) Off-duty officers

Lexington/Fayette Urban County Police Sectors

Lexington/Fayette Urban County Sector Map
Detail of Central Sector Beats
Detail of East Sector Beats
Detail of West Sector Beats

Lexington Fire Department District Map

Lexington Fire Department District Map

Fayette County Web Links


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