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Georgetown County (SC)


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Georgetown County Sheriff Office

Communications start with the letter "S" for Sheriffs Office unit then the unit ID, which is determined by shift & seniority on that shift. For example S-35 designates the fifth deputy on the "A" shift. S-30, S-40 etc indicate shift sergeants. S-31, S-41, ect indicate corporals.

S-1 Sheriff

S-2 Command Chief

S-3

S-4 Command Captain

Lieutenants are S-10, 11, 12

Investigators are S-14 - 20

S-70 - 74 are beach/marine patrol.

S-75 Litter Enforcement

S-76/77 Animal Control

S-110 - 119 School Resource officers

Court officers S-200 series

Pawleys Island Police operate on the same channel & use the 400 level designation. Chief is 400, Sgt is 401, Corporal is 402 ect.

== 10 Codes ==
10-0 Chase in Progress
10-01 Weak Signal
10-02 Good Signal
10-03 Stop Transmitting
10-04 O.K.
10-05 Relay
10-06 Busy
10-07 Out of Service
10-08 In service
10-09 Repeat Message
10-10 Negative
10-11 _______ On Duty
10-12 Stand By
10-13  Existing Condition
10-14 Message/Information
10-15 Information Delivered
10-16 Reply to Information
10-17 In route
10-18 Urgent
10-19 In Contact
10-20 Location
10-21 Call by phone
10-22 Disregard
10-23 Arrival at scene
10-24 Assignment complete
10-25 Report to/Meet
10-26 E.T.A
10-27 License/Permit to
10-28 Ownership Info
10-29 Records Check
10-30 Danger/Caution
10-31 Pick-up
10-32 Units needed quickly
10-33 Emergency
10-34 Time check
10-35 unused
10-36 unused
10-37 unused
10-38 unused
10-39 unused
10-40 Road repairs at _____
10-41 Start tour of duty
10-42 End tour of duty
10-43 Urgent Lights/Sirens
10-44 Unused
10-45 Animal in lane (location)
10-46 Assist Motorist
10-47 Investigate Susp. Vehicle
10-48 Stop Suspicious Vehicle
10-49 Civil Disturbance
10-50 Motor Vehicle Accident
10-51 Wrecker needed
10-52 Ambulance Needed
10-53 Road Block
10-54 Direct Traffic
10-55 Intoxicated Driver
10-56 Intoxicated Pedestrian
10-57 Hit & Run
10-58 Riot
10-59 Man with a Gun
10-60 Notify Coroner
10-61 Illegal Use of Radio
10-62 Jail Break
10-63 Advise Present Phone #
10-64 Bomb Threat
10-65 Blockade
10-66 Drag Racing
10-67 Subject in custody
10-68 Mental Subject
10-69 Detaining Subject
10-70 Fire (specify)
10-71 Records (Wanted/Stolen)
10-72 Larceny
10-73 Break-in
10-74 Armed Robbery/Hold Up
10-75 Shooting in Progress
10-76 Assault
10-77 Vandalism
10-78 Need assistance
10-79 Prowler
10-80 Suspicious Person
10-81 Missing Person
10-82 Domestic Problem
10-83 Fight in Progress
10-84 Crime in Progress
10-85 Alarm (specify)
10-86 Out of Vehicle
10-87 Req to Leave Patrol
10-88 Unit in Vicinity
10-89 Escort
10-90 Prepare to copy
10-91 Return to _____
10-92 Delayed due to _____
10-93 Message received
10-94 General Broadcast
10-95 Pick-up prisoner
10-96 Breathalizer operator
10-97 Radio Check
10-98 Switch Channel
10-99 Traffic

Sheriff Office ==Admin Codes==

1 Shots fired
2 Confidential Information
3 Suspended License/Tag
4 Narcotics Information
5 Report to HQ/Station Assignment
6 Public Service Call
7 Communicable Disease
8 Haz-Mat Incident
9 Dead Person
10 Multiple Injuries
11 Homicide
12 No Info Available/Unknown
13 Subject with Knife
14 Stabbing Victim
15 Gunshot victim
16 Follow-up
17 How do you receive?/Radio Check
18 Gas Drive Off
19 Escapee
20 Attempt to Locate
21 Unable to Locate
22 Dog Bite
23 Hostage
24 Suicide
25 Kidnapping
26 Peeping Tom
27 Shoplifting
28 Officials/Visitor Present
29 Meals
30 Short Break
31 Trespassing
32 Obscene/Harassing Phone Calls
33 Harassment
34 Stake Out/ Special Assignment
35 Serving Warrants
36 Serving Papers
37 Alarm Activation - Verify in person
38 Alarm activation – No key holder
39 Juvenile Offender
40 Child Abuse
41 Noise Complaint
42 If not stolen – Check with owner for status
43 Disorderly Person
44 Overdose
45 Condition similar to alcohol intoxication
46 Rape/Sexual Assault
47 Abandoned Vehicle
48 Resume Normal Operations
49 Case Number
50 Call your spouse
51 Unsecured Premises
52 Boat Call (specify)
71 In cruiser off duty
72 End of signal 71
76       Drowning
88       Is your radio secure?
89 Unable to secure radio
99 Turning off vehicle for 15 minutes/Property check


City of Georgetown PD

Utilize radio designations in the 100's. Shift Sgt would be 120, corporal 121 ect. Dispatch on tg-57344, Ch2 is 57296. The talkgroup 57312 is rarely used.


Andrews PD

Andrews primary dispatch is 40720 & seldom use Ch 2 on 40688. Their call signs are 200, 201 ect. They also use an unknown VHF frequency in some vehicles although it is not indicated in the database.

Georgetown County Fire Department

GCFD covers the majority of the county and is a mixed paid and volunteer membership. Radio designations are appropriate to their respective stations, example Engine 71 is the first engine out of station 7. Not all stations are manned full time. Chiefs use Battalion 91 - 93 call signs.

Georgetown County FD station map [<http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?client=firefox-a&hl=en&ie=UTF8&msa=0&msid=117102708535525372644.000476e056846936baf41&ll=33.597463,-79.329529&spn=0.430401,0.461412&output=embed">]

The City of Georgetown has a full time department & Andrews has a part time department, although neither have EMS capabilities.

Midway Fire Rescue

This department covers the Waccamaw Neck area of Georgetown County from the Georgetown City bridge to Murrells Inlet. They have three stations manned 24 hours a day. Their stations & radio call signs are station 81, 82 & 83. Companies from station 81 would be Engine 811, Tower 814 or Medic 815 ect. Chiefs are Chief 1, Battalion 81, 82 or 83. They operate the county's HazMat units & they also have several boats/watercraft for marine rescue. They also cover Sandy Island, which is only accessible by boat.

More info: [1]


Murrells Inlet - Garden City FD

The Murrells Inlet area of Georgetown county is covered by the MI/GC FD. Their coverage area extends up to the Town of Surfside on the eastern section of the district and several miles up Hwy 707 on the western section of the district.This department operates in both Georgetown & Horry Counties but the primary dispatch is through Georgetown Communications, although they do transmit on the Horry Fire Department channels as well. Their call signs are 76 & 77 series but usually use Engine 1, Ladder 2 etc. Chief 76 & Medic 77.

They do offer significant mutual aid to Horry County FD and Surfside FD.


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