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Putnam County Fire Stations

  • Sta. #2 - Palatka FD -
    • Main Sta. - 100 N. 11th St. @ St. Johns Ave.,Palatka
    • Key Larkin Airport Sta. - 500 N. Moody Rd. between Hudson St. & Reid St. (aka State Road 100),Palatka
  • Sta. #3 - Crescent City VFD - 201 N. Summit Ave. (aka State Road 15/US-17) @ Eucalyptus Ave.,Crescent City
  • Sta. #4 - Interlachen VFD - 202 Commonwealth Ave. @ E. Boyleston St.,Interlachen
  • Sta. #5 - SouthWest VFD Inc. - 3409 Park St. @ Balsam St.,Palatka
  • Sta. #6 - East Palatka VFD - 154-158 Louis Broer Rd. @ Michelle Ave.,East Palatka
  • Sta. #9 - Georgetown Fruitland VFD - 1411 County Road 309 between Riverwood Village Rd. & Georgetown Landing Rd. (aka County Road 309),Georgetown
  • Sta. #10 - Pomona Park Lake Como VFD -
    • Main Sta. - 109 Worcester Rd. between N. Broward Ave. & S. US-17 (aka State Road 15),Pomona Park
    • Sub Sta. - 250 Taylor Fury Rd. between Highlands Ave. & Carter Whittaker Ln.,Pomona Park
  • Sta. #11 - Putnam Co. DPS - 410 S. State Road 19 between Town and Country Dr. & Panther Ln.,Palatka
  • Sta. #12 - Welaka VFD - 409 Palmetto St. @ 5th Ave.,Welaka (Back of the Sta. faces Elm St.)
  • Sta. #13 - Hollister VFD -
    • Current Sta. - 617 State Road 20 between Lake Rainbow Ln. & Rowland Ave.,Hollister
    • Former Sta. - 104 Hoover Rd. between State Road 20 & Travis Ln.,Interlachen
  • Sta. #14 - Florahome Grandin VFD Inc. - 201 W. Ohio St. @ S. Magnolia Ave.,Florahome
  • Sta. #16 - Georges Lake VFD Inc. -
    • Main Sta. - 114 Sarasota St. between Duval Ave. & Hernando Dr.,Florahome (Back of the Sta. faces Lake Dr.)
    • Sub Sta. - 685 E. Hillsborough Ave. between Cortez Dr. & Desoto Dr.,Florahome
  • Sta. #17 - Interlachen Lakes Estates VFD Inc. (aka Unit 16-17 VFD) - 217-221 Kennedy Ave. between Clifford St. & Elizabeth St.,Interlachen
  • Sta. #18 - Bardin VFD - 107 Johns Rd. between Bardin Rd. & Tahoe Dr.,Palatka
  • Sta. #19 - Riverside VFD (aka Precinct 8 VFD Inc.) -
    • Sta. #1 - 101 Gail Dr. between S. US-17 (aka State Road 15) & Easterly Rd.,Satsuma
    • Sta. #2 - 111 Kyte Rd. between E. State Road 100 & Dead End,San Mateo (Sta. used to be the San Mateo VFD)
  • Sta. #20 - West Putnam VFD Inc. - 104 Race St. @ N. Grand Ave.,Hawthorne
  • Sta. #21 - Bostwick VFD - 110 Mulberry St. between Williams St. & Tillman St.,Palatka
  • Sta. #22 - Francis VFD Inc. - 7414 Crill Ave. (aka State Road 20) between County Road 309C & Francis Rd.,Palatka
  • Sta. #23 - Satsuma VFD - 103 S. 1st St. @ County Road 309,Satsuma
  • Sta. #24 - Melrose VFD Inc. -
    • Sta. #1 - 301 Cypress St. between Park St. & State Road 26,Melrose
    • Sta. #2 - 101 Park St. between Center St. & Cypress St.,Melrose
  • Florida Dept. of Forestry - 609 State Road 20 between Wippletree Rd. & Lake Rainbow Ln.,Palatka


Putnam County Rescues

  • Rescue 81 - 120 Orie Griffin Blvd. between N. State Road 19 & Dead End,Palatka
  • Rescue 82 - 170 S. County Road 315 between Maple Ave. & Bay Ave.,Interlachen
  • Rescue 83 - 109 S. 1st St. between County Road 309 & Crockett Ave.,Satsuma
  • Rescue 84 - East Palatka VFD Sta. #6
  • Rescue 85 - 120 Orie Griffin Blvd. between N. State Road 19 & Dead End,Palatka
  • Rescue 86 - 312 Union Ave. between Amos Rd. & Linda Ln.,Crescent City
  • Rescue 87 - 275 N. State Road 21 between Orange Ln. & Lucky Ln.,Hawthorne
  • Rescue 88 - 101 N. Oak Ave. between State Road 100 & E. Michigan St.,Florahome
  • Rescue 98 - spare units used for football games etc.


Putnam County Fire/Rescue Tones

PUTNAM COUNTY FIRE/RESCUE PAGER TONES
PAGING FREQ 154.190 PL 94.8

STATIONS         TONE  A     TONE  B          TONE REED     CAP CODE
2                 349.0       433.7            111/115        1115
3                 349.0       457.9            111/116        1116
4                 349.0       368.5            111/112        1112
5                 330.5       457.9            110/116        1106
6                 389.0       457.9            113/116        1136
9                 410.8       457.9            114/116        1146
10                433.7       457.9            115/116        1156
12                483.5       457.9            117/116        1176
13                510.5       457.9            118/116        1186
14                539.0       457.9            119/116        1196
15                569.1       457.9            120/116        1606
16                600.9       457.9            121/116        1616
17                634.5       457.9            122/116        1626
18                669.9       457.9            123/116        1636
19                707.3       457.9            124/116        1646
20                746.8       457.9            125/116        1656
21                788.5       457.9            126/116        1666
22                832.5       457.9            127/116        1676
23                879.0       457.9            128/116        1686
24                928.1       457.9            129/116        1696

QUICK RESPONSE
EMS71              510.5       330.5            118/110        1180
EMS72              539.0       330.5            119/110        1190

RESCUES
R81               349.0       330.5            111/110        1110
R82               368.5       330.5            112/110        1120
R83               389.0       330.5            113/110        1130
R84               410.8       330.5            114/110        1140
R85               433.7       330.5            115/110        1150
R86               457.9       330.5            116/110        1160
R87               483.5       330.5            117/110        1170
R88               569.1       330.5            120/110        1600

DEPARTMENT OF
EMERGENCY           0.0       349.0
SERVICES

7AM RESCUE TEST     0.0       330.5

7PM STATION TEST    0.0       368.5
                    0.0       433.7
                    0.0       457.9

Putnam County Law Enforcement Codes

SIGNALS

  • 0 ARMED WITH WEAPON
  • 1 DRUNK DRIVER
  • 2 DRUNK PEDESTRIAN
  • 3 HIT AND RUN CRASH
  • 4 TRAFFIC CRASH 4I TRAFFIC CRASH WITH INJURIES
  • 5 MURDER
  • 6 ESCAPED PRISONER
  • 7 DECEASED PERSON
  • 8 MISSING PERSON
  • 9 STOLEN TAG
  • 10 STOLEN VEHICLE
  • 11 ABANDONDED VEHICLE
  • 12 RECLESS DRIVER
  • 13 SUSPICIOUS VEHICLE
  • 13I SUSPICIOUS INCIDENT
  • 13P SUSPICIOUS PERSON
  • 14 INFORMATION
  • 14G INFORMATION -- GAS
  • 14W INFORMATION -- WATER
  • 15 SPECIAL DETAIL
  • 16 ROAD OR OTHER OBSTRUCTION
  • 17 SICK PERSON
  • 18 FELONY
  • 19 MISDEMEANOR
  • 20 MENTALLY ILL PERSON
  • 20V MENTALLY ILL PERSON -- VIOLENT
  • 21 BURGLARY
  • 21B BURGLARY OF A BUSINESS
  • 21BA ATTEMPTED BURGLARY OF A BUSINESS
  • 21BI BURGLARY OF A BUSINESS IN PROGRESS
  • 21I BURGLARY IN PROGRESS
  • 21R BURGLARY OF A RESIDENCE
  • 21RA ATTEMPTED BURGLARY OF A RESIDENCE
  • 21RI BURGLARY OF A RESIDENCE IN PROGRESS
  • 21V BURGLARY OF A VEHICLE
  • 21VA ATTEMPTED BURGLARY OF A VEHICLE
  • 21VI BURGLARY OF A VEHICLE IN PROGRESS
  • 22 DISTURBANCE
  • 22I DISTURBANCE IN PROGRESS
  • 22F FAMILY DISTURBANCE
  • 22FI FAMILY DISTURBANCE IN PROGRESS
  • 22J JUVENILE DISTURBANCE
  • 22JI JUVENILE DISTURBANCE IN PROGRESS
  • 22N NEIGHBORHOOD DISTURBANCE
  • 22NI NEIGHBORHOOD DISTURBANCE IN PROGRESS
  • 23 PEDESTRIAN/HITCHHICKER
  • 24A ARMED ROBBERY
  • 24AI ARMED ROBBERY IN PROGRESS
  • 24S STRONG ARMED ROBBERY
  • 24SI STRONG ARMED ROBBERY IN PROGRESS
  • 25 FIRE
  • 25B BRUSH FIRE
  • 25F FIRE ALARM
  • 25G GARBAGE FIRE
  • 25HM HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INCIDENT
  • 25IS SMOKE INSIDE A STRUCTURE
  • 25IO SMOKE OUTSIDE A STRUCTURE
  • 25M MOBILE HOME FIRE
  • 25M0 MUTUAL AID -- OTHER
  • 25MS MUTUAL AID -- STRUCTURE
  • 25S STRUCTURE FIRE
  • 25UB UNAUTHORIZED BURN
  • 25V VEHICLE FIRE
  • 25X MISCELLANEOUS FIRE
  • 26B BREATHING DIFFICULTY
  • 26C CARDIAC EMERGENCY
  • 26D DROWNING
  • 26E ELECTROCUTION
  • 27 PROWLER/PEEPING TOM
  • 28 RIOT/CIVIL DISORDER
  • 29 RECKLESS OPERATION OF A BOAT
  • 30 BOMB THREAT
  • 31 DRUG CASE
  • 31X DRUG OVERDOSE
  • 32 ALARM
  • 32B BURGLARY ALARM
  • 32F FIRE ALARM
  • 32P PANIC ALARM
  • 32R ROBBERY ALARM
  • 33 DISCHARGING FIREARM
  • 34 OFFICER CALLING FOR HELP
  • 35 OFFICER REQUESTING BACK-UP
  • 36 MEET AN OFFICER @_________
  • 37 POWER LINES DOWN
  • 38 TRAFFIC ASSIGNMENT
  • 39 ABDUCTION/KIDNAPPING
  • 40 THEFT
  • 40I THEFT IN PROGRESS
  • 41 DRAG RACING
  • 42 VANDALISM/CRIMINAL MISCHIEF
  • 42I VANDALISM/CRIMINAL MISCHIEF IN PROGRESS
  • 43 SUBJECT SHOT
  • 44 CIVIL DISPUTE
  • 44I CIVIL DISPUTE IN PROGRESS
  • 45 TRESPASSING
  • 45I TRESPASSING IN PROGRESS
  • 46 AIRCRAFT CRASH
  • 47 BOATING CRASH
  • 48 RAILROAD CRASH/INCIDENT
  • 49 OBSCENE/THREATENING PX CALLS
  • 50 FOUND/ABANDONED PROPERTY
  • 51 FOLLOW-UP INVESTIGATION
  • 52 GARBAGE/LITTERING COMPLAINT
  • 53 INJURY
  • 53AB INJURY FROM AN ANIMAL BITE
  • 53F INJURY FROM A FALL
  • 54 ILLEGALLY PARKED VEHICLE
  • 55 WEATHER REPORT
  • 56 JUVENILE REPOR/COMPLAINT
  • 57 PERSON CALLING FOR HELP
  • 58 BATTERY OR ASSAULT
  • 58 BATTERY OR ASSAULT IN PROGRESS
  • 59 VEHICLE MAINTENANCE
  • 60 SUICIDE
  • 60G SUICIDE BY GUNSHOT WOUND (GSW)
  • 60H SUICIDE BY HANGING
  • 60OD SUICIDE BY OVERDOSE
  • 61 FIGHT IN PROGRESS
  • 62 CUTTING/STABBING
  • 63 LOUD NOISE
  • 64 ANIMAL COMPLAINT
  • 64C ANIMAL COMPLAINT -- COW
  • 64D ANIMAL COMPLAINT -- DOG
  • 64H ANIMAL COMPLAINT -- HORSE
  • 65 SEX OFFENSE
  • 66 FALSE ALARM/PRANK
  • 67 VEHICLE IN THE DITCH
  • 68 GAS LEAK
  • 68N GAS LEAK -- NATURAL GAS
  • 68P GAS LEAK -- PROPANE
  • 69 FLIM FLAM/ CON GAME
  • 70 PROPERTY/BUILDING CHECK
  • 71 CITIZEN ASSIST
  • 72 RETAIL THEFT
  • 73 BLOOD RUN
  • 74 CONCEALED WEAPON
  • 75 CONTROLLED BURN
  • 76 ASSIST OTHER AGENCY
  • 77 SITUATION UNDER CONTROL
  • 78 PROPERTY DAMAGE
  • 79 CHILD ABUSE
  • 80 SURVEILLANCE/STAKEOUT
  • 81 LOST PROPERTY
  • 82 DELIVER MESSAGE TO PUBLIC
  • 83 TRANSPORT PRISONER
  • 84 INCREASED PATROL ASSIGNMENT
  • 85 OPEN DOOR/WINDOW
  • 86 THREAT/HARASSMENT
  • 87 ILLEGALLY DUMPING
  • 88 WORTHLESS CHECK/DOCUMENT FORGERY
  • 89 REPOSSESSION
  • 90 COMPUTER SYSTEM DOWN
  • 91 9-1-1 HANG-UP
  • 92 POSSIBLE COUNTERFEIT MONEY
  • 93 ARSON
  • 94 FFWCC VIOLATION
  • 95 ROLL CALL
  • 96 UNSECURED BUILDING
  • 97 HOME SECURITY CHECK
  • 98 FIELD CONTACT
  • 99 VIN VERIFICATION
  • 100 NON-EMERGENCY TRANSPORT

10-CODES

  • 10-1 RECEIVING POORLY
  • 10-2 RECEIVING WELL
  • 10-3 STOP TRANSMITTING
  • 10-4 ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
  • 10-5 RELAY TO________
  • 10-6 BUSY
  • 10-7 OUT OF SERVICE
  • 10-8 IN SERVICE
  • 10-9 REPEAT LAST TRANSMISSION
  • 10-10 OUT OF SERVICE; SUBJECT TO CALLS
  • 10-11 TRANSMITTING TOO RAPIDLY
  • 10-12 OFFICIALS OR VISITORS PRESENT
  • 10-13 CONDITION/STATUS
  • 10-14 ESCORT/CONVOY
  • 10-15 PRISONER IN CUSTODY
  • 10-16 P/u PRISONER @_______________
  • 10-17 SUBJECT PRESENT
  • 10-18 COMPLETE ASSIGNMENT QUICKLY
  • 10-19 RETURN TO STATION
  • 10-20 WHAT IS YOUR LOCATION?
  • 10-21 CALL STATION BY PHONE
  • 10-22 DISREGARD
  • 10-23 STAND BY
  • 10-24 OFFICER IN TROUBLE - SEND HELP
  • 10-25 IN CONTACT WITH_______________
  • 10-26 MESSAGE RECEIVED
  • 10-27 DRIVER'S LICENSE CHECK
  • 10-28 REGISTRATION CHECK
  • 10-29 WANTED/STOLEN CHECK
  • 10-29P WANTED PERSON CHECK
  • 10-30 AGAINST RULES AN REGULATIONS
  • 10-31 IN PURSUIT OF_______________
  • 10-32 BREATH TEST OPERATOR
  • 10-33 EMERGENCY TRAFFIC
  • 10-34 JAIL BREAK/TROUBLE AT JAIL
  • 10-35 CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION
  • 10-36 WHAT IS THE CORRECT TIME?
  • 10-37 OPERATOR ON DUTY
  • 10-38 BLOCK ROAD @______________
  • 10-39 MESSAGE DELIVERED TO______
  • 10-41 IN POSSESSION OF__________
  • 10-42 OUT OF SERVICE; AT HOME
  • 10-43 ANY TRAFFIC/INFORMATION FOR__________
  • 10-44 P/u PAPERS/PAPERWORK
  • 10-45 CALL_________BY PHONE
  • 10-46 URGENT
  • 10-47 EMERGENCY RADIO REPAIR
  • 10-48 DID YOU RECEIVE?
  • 10-49 ARREST WARRANT/CAPIAS
  • 10-50 TRAFFIC STOP (10-20 AND TAG#)
  • 10-51 ENROUTE TO____________
  • 10-52 ESTIMATED TIME OF ARRIVAL
  • 10-53 EROUTE TO SHERIFF'S OFFICE
  • 10-54 NEGATIVE
  • 10-55 CAR CALLING CAR
  • 10-56 MEET_________AT___________
  • 10-57 AT PISTOL RANGE
  • 10-58 GASSING VEHICLE
  • 10-59 SEND TELETYPE TO__________
  • 10-60 VERIFY JURISDICTION
  • 10-61 SUPERVISOR CHECK REPORT
  • 10-62 NEED ROAD SUPERVISOR
  • 10-63 CROME SCENE
  • 10-64 NO OTHER INFORMATION AVAILABLE
  • 10-65 CAN YOU COPY?
  • 10-66 CANCEL
  • 10-67 SERVING CIVIL PROCESS
  • 10-68 NEED LEGAL INFORMATION
  • 10-70 SEND WRECKER
  • 10-71 SEND EMS
  • 10-72 SEND LEO
  • 10-73 SEND HELICOPTER
  • 10-74 OFFICER CHECK
  • 10-80 CHANGE CHANNEL/FREQUENCY
  • 10-81 OFF DUTY IN ASSIGNED VEHICLE
  • 10-82 ON PAGER
  • 10-83 NEED SWAT TEAM
  • 10-84 AWAY FROM UNIT ON PORTABLE
  • 10-86 BEGINNING TOUR OF DUTY
  • 10-87 ENDING TOUR OF DUTY
  • 10-88 PX#___________CAN BE REACHED AT
  • 10-89 CASE/CONTROL NUMBER
  • 10-90 SCRAMBLE
  • 10-93 DETECTIVE NEEDED AT____________
  • 10-94 MEAL BREAK
  • 10-97 ARRIVAL AT
  • 10-98 ASSIGNMENT COMPLETED
  • 10-99 NOT RECEIVING SIGNAL
  • 10-100 ALERT-- KEEP IN TOUCH BY PHONE

Putnam County Law Enforcement Disposition Codes

These are the law enforcement disposition codes used when clearing a call in Putnam County.

  • A - UNABLE TO LOCATE COMPLAINT OR VERIFY INCIDENT.
  • B - ASSIST MOTORIST, HANDLE TRAFFIC PROBLEM, OR PROVIDE TRAFFIC CONTROL/ESCORT.
  • C - NO SUCH ADDRESS.
  • D - NOT A LAW ENFORCEMENT PROBLEM; REFERRED TO PROPER AGENCY.
  • E - INCIDENT VERIFIED; PERPETRATORS GONE ON ARRIVAL.
  • F - PEACE RESTORED.
  • G - ADVISED WARRANT AND/OR TOHER LEGAL ACTION OR ASSISTANCE.
  • H - ADVISED TO CONTACT POLICE IS REPEATED OR RETURNED.
  • I - O.I.R OR SIGNAL 4 REPORT SUBMITTED
  • J - TRANSPORTED VICTIM OR WITNESS
  • K - RETURNED TO HOME OR FAMILY
  • L - ACCESSORY REPORT SUBMITTED
  • M - UNIFORM TRAFFIC CITATION ISSUED.
  • N - WRITTEN WARNING ISSUED
  • O - NOTICE TO APPEAR ISSUED
  • P - OTHER MISCELLANEOUS POLICE SERVICES RENDERED (NON-TRAFFIC).
  • Q - FIELD CONTACT SUBMITTED.
  • R - PREMISES CHECKED; FOUND SECURED.
  • S - PREMISES CHECKED; SECURED BY OWNER OR HIS AGENT.
  • T - HANDELED BY BACK-UP (COMM. CNTR. USE)
  • U - TRUANT RETURNED TO SCHOOL
  • V - TRUANT RETURNED TO PARENTS
  • W - PERPETRATORS CONTACTED; ADVISED TO CEASE AND DESIST
  • X - FOLLOW-UP COMPLETE
  • D -- NO REPORT
  • Y - EXTRA-PATROL SHEET SUBMITTED
  • Z - ADMINISTRATIVE USE; USED BY COMMUNICATIONS CENTER TO DISPOSE OF A CALL.
  • 1 - SUPPLEMENTAL REPORT SUBMITTED
  • 2 - ADVISE ONCOMING SHIFTS
  • 3 - RECOVERED STOLEN VEHICLE/PROPERTY
  • 4 - WHEN CCPD WANTS A 10-89
  • 5 - RED TAG POSTED ON AN ABANDONED VEHICLE

Putnam County Law Enforcement Unit IDs

  • A - AUXILIARY UNITS
  • C - COMMUNICATIONS DIVISION
  • D - DETECTIVES DIVISION
  • E - EXPLORER POST
  • F - SPECIAL SERVICES
  • G - SCHOOL CROSSING GUARDS
  • J - CORRECTIONS DIVISION
  • K - K-9
  • L - LIEUTENANT
  • O - OTHER AGENCY
  • P - PATROL UNITS
  • R - SCHOOL RESOURCE UNITS
  • S - SERGEANT
  • U - PART-TIME PERSONNEL
  • V - VOLUNTEERS
  • Z - ADMINISTRATIVE PERSONNEL

Putnam County Rescue Unit ID Numbers

RESCUES
  • 81 Palatka
  • 82 Interlachen
  • 83 Satsuma
  • 84 East Palatka
  • 85 Palatka
  • 86 Cresent City
  • 87 Melrose
  • 88 Florahome/Grandin Area
SUPERVISORS
  • EMS 71 - CAPTAIN
  • EMS 72 - LIEUTENANT - WEST END OF THE COUNTY.
  • EMS 73 - LIEUTENANT - SOUTH END OF THE COUNTY.

Putnam County Sheriff's Law Enforcement Urgent Tones

  • Tone A 697.5 Tone B 0.0
  • Tone A 700.0 Tone B 0.0

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