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NY State Police (NY)


Contents

Troop Map and Information

NYSP Troop Map

State Police Codes

SIGNAL CODES
  • B - Phone HQ (or Phone ____)
  • 7 - Failure to pay toll
  • 55 - What is your location
  • 90 - Request for overtime
FILE CODES
  • 1 - Stolen vehicle
  • 2 - Motor vehicle registration check
  • 3 - Report to division headquarters
  • 4 - Hit & run
  • 5 - Wanted person
  • 6 - Missing person
  • 7 - Burglary
  • 8 - Robbery
  • 9 - Lost/missing property
  • 10 - Stolen property
  • 11 - Assault
  • 12 - Homicide
  • 13 - General information
  • 14 - Administrative message
  • 15 - Request for information
  • 16 - Lost/stolen license plates
  • 20 - Criminal investigation
  • 28 - Weather & road conditions
  • 44 - Test messages follow
GENERAL CODES
  • RED FLASH - Major Emergency (Clear the channel)
  • AA - Automobile accident
  • DV - Disabled vehicle
  • F - Fatal
  • PD - Property damage
  • PI - Personal injury
  • S&R - Suspension(s) & revocation(s)

New York State Police use the standard APCO 10-Codes

State Police Units

ADMINISTRATIVE
  • L1 - Major
  • L2-L4 - Captains
  • L5 - Bureau of Criminal Investigation Captain
  • L10-L49 - Troop Administration - Marked cars
  • L50-L69 - Troop Administration - Unmarked cars
  • L70-L89 - Miscellaneous Administration
  • L90-L99 - Troop Communications
UNIFORMED TROOPERS
  • 1L1 - Lieutenant
  • 1L10-1L49 - Marked Cars
  • 1L50-1L79 - Unmarked Cars
  • 1L80-1L89 - Miscellaneous Units
BUREAU OF CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION (BCI)
  • L5 - BCI Captain
  • 5L1 - BCI Lieutenant
  • 51L5-5L24 - BCI Senior Investigators
  • 51L25-5L199 - BCI Investigators
PORTABLES
  • 6L1-6L99 - Administrative Portables
  • 6L100-6L499 - Trooper Portables
  • 6L500-6L599 - BCI Portables
DISPATCHERS
  • 9L1
SPECIAL UNITS
  • George (G) - State Government agencies
  • Henry (H) - State P.D> Headquarters Division
  • John (J) - State P.D. Narcotics Units
  • Mary (M) - State P.D. Major Crimes Units
  • Nora (N) - State Environmental Conservation P.D.
  • Paul (P) - Department of Corrections
  • Robert (R) - State P.D. Communications Division
  • Sam (S) - State P.D. Special Investigations Units
  • Victor (V) - State P.D. Violent Felony Warrant Squad
  • X-Ray (X) - State P.D. Governor's Protection Unit

The Letter designations (A, B, C, etc) is OK, unless you want to put down that A, B, C, D, E, F, G & K are Troops (REMOVE "G" as "State Government agencies" in the Special Units section - G is a Troop). NYSP units ID as a number-letter-number callsign, unless they are from the Troop Headquarters, then they identify with just the letter-number callsign. The first number designates what the unit is: 1,2,3,4 are zone patrols 5 are BCI investigators 6 are portables 7 other police agencies on NYSP radio system 8 are special units 9 are NYSP dispatchers The letter then designates the troop or special unit designator The second set of numbers is the unit numbers in succession. This means 3D15 is a Zone 3-Troop D-patrol car, 5D15 would be a BCI Investigator in Troop D, 9B201 is an NYSP Dispatcher in Troop B Zone 2, etc. What is listed in the section for NYSP units is specific for Troop L - you can remove all that, just keep the "Special Unit Designators" (except the letter G). NYSP used to break up their unit numbers into: "1L1 - Lieutenant, 1L10-1L49 - Marked Cars, 1L50-1L79 - Unmarked Cars, etc" -- they no longer do this as the NYSP no longer has unmarked patrol units and recently renumbered their units. Zone cars will now be 1 is the Zone Captain(ie 3D1, or 2E1, etc), 5 is the Zone Lieutenant (ie 3D5, or 2E5, etc), 10 through 90 are marked patrol units.

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