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Ouachita Parish (LA)


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Fire/Pager Tones/Unit IDs

  • Number format for engines is engine number/station number Example Engine 102 is Engine 1 at the Wallace station. Frequency for all is 154.37
  • Tone A duration 1.0 second Tone B duration 3.0 seconds Tone gap 0.0 seconds
  • Station 01 (Finks Hideaway) Tone A = 979.9 Hz. Tone B = 602.6 Hz.
  • Station 02 (Wallace) Tone A = 979.9 Hz. Tone B = 634.5 Hz.
  • Station 03 (Tichili) Tone A = 979.9 Hz. Tone B = 669.9 Hz.
  • Station 04 (King) Tone A = 979.9 Hz. Tone B = 707.3 Hz.
  • Station 05 (Swartz) Tone A = 979.9 Hz. Tone B = 746.8 Hz.
  • Station 06 (Cheniere Drew) Tone A = 979.9 Hz. Tone B = 788.5 Hz.
  • Station 07 (Kincade) Tone A = 979.9 Hz. Tone B = 832.5 Hz.
  • Station 08 (Calhoun) Tone A = 979.9 Hz. Tone B = 879.0 Hz.
  • Station 09 (Fairbanks) Tone A = 979.9 Hz. Tone B = 928.1 Hz.
  • Station 10 (Luna) Tone A = 979.9 Hz. Tone B = 569.1 Hz.
  • Station 11 (Bosco) Tone A = 979.9 Hz. Tone B = 1153.4 Hz.
  • Station 12 (Cadeville) Tone A = 979.9 Hz. Tone B = 1185.2 Hz.
  • Station 13 (Cypress) Tone A = 979.9 Hz. Tone B = 1251.4 Hz.
  • Station 14 (Carlton) Tone A = 979.9 Hz. Tone B = 1321.2 Hz.
  • Other notes Station 13 houses Engine 114. Station 14 houses Engine 116.

Monroe Police Department

  • Organizational Chart
  • 1xx = First shift (Morning Shift)
  • 2xx = Second shift (Evening Shift)
  • 3xx = Third shift (Night Shift)
  • 4xx = Reserves
  • 5xx = Investigators
  • 601 = Chief of Police
  • 602 = Assistant to the Chief
  • 7xx = Traffic Units
  • 8xx = SNAP (Specialized Neighborhood Action Program)
  • 813 = Canine Unit
  • 814 = Canine Unit
  • 815 = Canine Unit 3
  • x6x = Sargeant
  • x7x = Lieutenant
  • x8x = Captain SNAP hangs out in the neighborhoods (mostly bad ones on the south side). They are basically a combination of warrants/narcotics/gang unit. The SNAP team now only operates in the south side. Number format for regular patrol units is [shift][officer][zone] Shift will be either 1, 2, or 3. Officer means the officer # that is working that particular zone. The example below will explain this best. Zone is the area of the city they are working, normally referred to as the zone. Example 204 is a 2nd shift unit working zone 4. They are the first officer assigned to that area. 214, 224, etc would be the other officers working in that zone. Here are the work hours for the shifts 1st shift 7am - 5pm 2nd shift 2pm - 12am 3rd shift 9pm - 7am


Sheriff Unit IDs

  • 1xx = Day patrol shift
  • 2xx = Night patrol shift
  • 3xx = SCAT units
  • 5xx = Warrants Division

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