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Mercer County (PA)


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Police Unit ID's

  • 100 - Sharon
  • 200 - South West Regional
  • 300 - Hermitage (You can longer monitor Hermitage PD. they've switched to a Kenwood NEXEDGE system. No scanner can monitor it.)
  • 400 - Sharpsville
  • 500 - Greenville / West Salem Twp.
  • 600 - Shenango Twp. (Inactive..... Has merged with South West Regional)
  • 700 - Pymatuning Twp.
  • 800 - Mercer
  • 900 - Grove City
  • 1100 - Hempfield
  • 1200 - Clark
  • 1300 - Jamestown
  • 1400 - Jefferson Twp.
  • 1500 - Sandy Lake
  • 1600 - South Pymatuning Twp.
  • 1700 - Stoneboro
  • 1800 - West Middlesex
  • 2100 - Sheriff
  • 2300 - Rangers / Ranger Station... Not sure where or who as of 05/21/ 2012 at 22:47
  • 2400 - PA. Conservation Officer (Uses South Pymatuning Repeater)
  • 2500 - Thiel College PD. / "AKA" Campus Security



Fire EMS Stations & Pager Tones

  • 72 - Wheatland
  • 73 - West Salem - A: 483.3 / B: 349.1
  • 74 - West Middlesex
  • 75 - Transfer
  • 76 - Stoneboro
  • 77 - Springfield - A: 482.4 / B: 569.3
  • 78 - South Pymatuming
  • 79 - Shenango Twp.
  • 81 - Sheakleyville
  • 82 - Sharpsville
  • 83 - Sharon
  • 84 - Sandy Lake - A: 870.9 / B: 799.1
  • 85 - Pine Township
  • 86 - Patagonia
  • 87 - Mercer East End
  • 88 - Jefferson Twp
  • 89 - Jamestown
  • 91 - County Technical Rescue Team
  • 92 - Jackson Center
  • 93 - Hermitage
  • 94 - Hempfield
  • 95 - Grove City
  • 96 - Greenville
  • 97 - Fredonia
  • 98 - Farrell
  • 99 - Clark
  • 100 - Superior EMS - A: 538.9 / B: 433.8
  • 400 - Life Force EMS - A: 539.0 / B: 368.4
  • 500 - McGonigles EMS - A: 539.0 / B: 483.2
  • 600 - McGonigles EMS (Wheelchair Vans)
  • 700 - Elite EMS - A: 903.1 / B: 553.9



Common Pa. Police 10 Codes

(This is just a guide line and not used by all Departments)

  • 10-1 - Unable to copy, change location
  • 10-3 - Stop transmitting
  • 10-4 - Acknowledged, O.K.
  • 10-5 - Relay
  • 10-6 - Busy unless urgent
  • 10-7 - Out of service
  • 10-8 - Clear or In service
  • 10-9 - Repeat
  • 10-10 - Fight in progress
  • 10-11 - Animal complaint
  • 10-12 - Stand by
  • 10-13 - Officer in trouble
  • 10-14 - Prowler
  • 10-15 - Civil disturbance
  • 10-16 - Domestic
  • 10-17 - How do you receive
  • 10-19 - Return to location
  • 10-20 - Location
  • 10-21 - Phone call
  • 10-22 - Disregard
  • 10-23 - On scene
  • 10-24 - Assignment complete
  • 10-25 - Report in person
  • 10-26 - Detain subject
  • 10-27 - Drivers license information
  • 10-28 - Registration information
  • 10-29 - Wanted person/Warrant
  • 10-31 - Crime in progress
  • 10-32 - Weapon/Gun
  • 10-33 - Emergency
  • 10-34 - Riot
  • 10-36 - Correct time
  • 10-37 - Suspicious vehicle
  • 10-38 - Suspicious vehicle stop
  • 10-40 - Run silent/No lights or siren
  • 10-41 - Shoplifter
  • 10-42 - Send photographer
  • 10-43 - Traffic stop
  • 10-46 - Assist motorist/DAV
  • 10-48 - Prisoner
  • 10-49 - Traffic light out
  • 10-50 - Traffic accident
  • 10-51 - Tow truck needed
  • 10-55 - Intoxicated driver
  • 10-56 - Intoxicated pedestrian
  • 10-57 - Hit and run
  • 10-58 - Traffic control
  • 10-59 - Escort
  • 10-64 - Out of service at home
  • 10-65 - Stop at home
  • 10-66 - Call home
  • 10-70 - Fire alarm
  • 10-73 - Smoke report
  • 10-76 - Enroute
  • 10-78 - Need assistance
  • 10-79 - Notify coroner
  • 10-80 - Chase in progress
  • 10-86 - On duty
  • 10-88 - Any messages
  • 10-89 - Bomb threat
  • 10-90 - Alarm
  • 10-91 - Pick up prisoner
  • 10-92 - Improperly parked vehicle
  • 10-94 - Drag racing
  • 10-95 - Prisoner in custody
  • 10-96 - Mental patient
  • 10-97 - D.O.A.
  • 10-98 - Prisoner/jail escape
  • 10-99 - Wanted or stolen indicated



Other Useful Police Codes

  • 201 - Voluntary commitment to psychiatric facility
  • 302 - Involuntary commitment to psychiatric facility
  • Act 64 - Controlled Substances, Drugs, Device, and Cosmetic Act
  • Signal 56 - Burglar Alarm



Medical Priority Dispatch Response System

  • ECHO = Paramedic Ambulance with lights / sirens (worst case scenario where the chance of imminent death exists)
  • DELTA = Paramedic Ambulance with lights / sirens (most typical response where ALS is required to perform an assessment)
  • CHARLIE = Paramedic Ambulance with no lights / sirens
  • BRAVO = BLS Ambulance with lights / sirens
  • ALPHA = BLS Ambulance with no lights / sirens
  • ALS = "Advance Life Saving Support"
  • BLS = "Basic Life Saving Support"



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