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Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) (NB)


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Districts

The RCMP in New Brunswick is J Division of the national force and is headquartered at Fredericton. The RCMP is the provincial police force for New Brunswick under a contract with the provincial government, as is the case in seven other provinces. There are 12 districts in the province, which have names as well as numbers. Jdivmap.jpg

Radio Network

The RCMP in New Brunswick uses a 155 MHz conventional VHF system. The same freq is in use in differents geographical locations, however with a different tone. This allows the use of one freq more then one time. So it's important that when you program your scanner for the RCMP in NB, to program the tone with along with it's freq. For exemple, the freq 155.7000 is used by 6 different locations in the province. The following location uses the 155.7000 freq but with a different tone : Coburn has a tone of 114.8, Doakville has a tone of 141.3, Riceville of 131.8 and so on.

Freqs from the same district are sometime simulcast and/or link via a UHF freq. Repeater Site Map1.pdf

Integrated List of Districts, Offices and Frequencies

To see if freqs are simulcast or not in each district, go to : http://www.marscan.com/nbrcmp.htm, scroll halfway to the color table and look in the last column of the district.

Unit ID

Identification of vehicles follows substantially what was the normal practice across Canada in the provinces where the RCMP is the provincial police. The format is: number-letter-number

  • The first number represents the district or area (1 to 11 are the districts, plus 12 for Codiac Regional. 20 indicates a province-wide or headquarters-based unit - 13, 14, and 15 have also been heard and are presumed to be regional units of various types) [In April 2012 highway units with a 30 prefix were seen].
  • The letter indicates usage:
       A = general duties vehicle 
       B = has been rarely seen, in the past, with unknown meaning (see note below)
       C = Highway patrol  
       D = Detective unit
       E = special services such as Ident or dog unit
       P = specialized drug enforcement
       R = Reserve (First Nations) detachment [this designator may be obsolete]
       T = Technical and special support. 
       V = unknown meaning 
       Others may also be in use. 
  • The trailing number is the specific vehicle of that category.

Maritimes RCMP Police 10 Codes

For the 10 codes for Codiac RCMP, refer to the Westmorland County WikiPage as they may differ a bit.

  • 10-1 SIGNAL WEAK
  • 10-2 SIGNAL GOOD
  • 10-3 STOP TRANSMITTING
  • 10-4 AFFIRMATIVE
  • 10-5 RELAY (TO)
  • 10-6 BUSY
  • 10-7 OUT OF SERVICE
  • 10-8 IN SERVICE
  • 10-9 SAY AGAIN (REPEAT)
  • 10-10 NEGATIVE
  • 10-11 ROAD SIDE CHECK
  • 10-12 STAND BY
  • 10-13 EXISTING CONDITIONS
  • 10-14 MESSAGE / INFORMATION
  • 10-15 MESSAGE DELIVERED
  • 10-16 REPLY TO MESSAGE
  • 10-17 EN ROUTE
  • 10-18 URGENT
  • 10-19 IN CONTACT
  • 10-20 LOCATION
  • 10-21 PHONE CALL
  • 10-22 DISREGARD
  • 10-23 ARRIVED AT SCENE
  • 10-24 ASSIGNMENT COMPLETED
  • 10-25 REPORT TO (MEET)
  • 10-26 E.T.A.
  • 10-27 LICENSE / PERMIT INFO
  • 10-28 OWNERSHIP INFO
  • 10-29 RECORDS CHECK
  • 10-30 DANGER / CAUTION
         ALPHA = ARMED & DANGEROUS
         MIKE = MENTAL
         SIERRA = SUICIDAL
         VICTOR = VIOLENCE
         ECHO = ESCAPEE
         FOXTROT = FAMILY VIOLENCE
  • 10-31 PICK UP
  • 10-32 UNITS NEEDED
  • 10-33 HELP ME QUICK
  • 10-34 TIME
  • 10-35 OFF DUTY
  • 10-36 ON DUTY
  • 10-37 RETURNING TO OFFICE
  • 10-40 POSSIBLE HIT ON PERSON /
          vehicule                                                        
  • 10-41 POSSIBLE HIT NOW CONFIRMED
  • 10-42 PERSON IN VEHICLE / VESSEL IN
         SURVEILLANCE CATEGORY
  • 10-43 PERSON IN PAROLE CATEGORY
  • 10-44 PERSON IN CHARGED CATEGORY
  • 10-45 PERSON IN ELOPEE CATEGORY
  • 10-46 PERSON IN PROHIBITED CATGORY
         DELTA = DRIVING
         FOXTROT = FIREARMS
         LIMA = LIQUOR
         HOTEL = HUNTING RESTRICTIONS

10-47 to 10-59 assigned through HQs for RCMP wide use

  • 10-60 IMPAIRED DRIVER
  • 10-61 BREATH TEST OPERATOR REQD
  • 10-62 UNAUTHORIZED LISTENER
         PRESENT
  • 10-65 ANYTHING FOR US
  • 10-66 CAUTION – CONTAGIOUS
         BRAVO = BLOOD
         SERRIA = SPIT
  • 10-67 M.V.A.
         FOXTROT = FATAL
         INDIA = INJURIES
         PAPA = PROPERTY
  • 10-68 REQUEST ASSISTANCE AT SCENE
         ALPHA = AMBULANCE
         CHARLIE = CORONER
         DELTA = DOG MAN
         INDIA = IDENT
         SERRIA = SUPERVISOR
         TANGO = TOW TRUCK
  • 10-69 ILLEGAL BOARDER CROSSING
  • 10-70 HOSTAGE TAKING
  • 10-71 DISPATCHED FROM CIIDS TO PROS
         MOBILE
  • 10-72 SUDDEN DEATH
  • 10-73 ARMED ROBBERY IN PROGRESS
  • 10-74 BARRICADED PERSON
  • 10-75 POLICE HATER
  • 10-76 PRISONER ESCORT
         FOXTROT = FEMALE
         MIKE = MALE
         PAPA = PSYCHIATRIC
         YANKEE PAPA = YOUNG PERSON
  • 10-77 HOLD UP ALARM
  • 10-78 PROPERTY ALARM
  • 10-79 POSSIBLE DRUG INVOLVEMENT
  • 10-80 SUBJECT ON PROBATION
  • 10-81 VIOLENCE
         ALPHA = ASSAULT
         DELTA = DOMESTIC
  • 10-82 ROBBERY
  • 10-83 OFFENSIVE WEAPON
  • 10-84 BREAK & ENTER
         BRAVO = BUSINESS
         ROMEO = RESIDENTS
  • 10-85 THEFT
         ALPHA = AUTO
          OSCAR = OVER $5000
          UNIFORM = UNDER $5000
  • 10-86 REQUEST FOR INTERPOL CHECK
  • 10-87 DRUGS
  • 10-88 FRAUD
  • 10-89 SEX OFFENSE
  • 10-90 OTHER STATUTES
         FOXTROT = FEDERAL
         CHARLIE = CUSTOMS
         PAPA = PROVINCIAL

Subject Cautions

  • Caution A = Armed
  • Caution C = Contagious Disease
  • Caution E = Escapee
  • Caution FV = Family Violence
  • Caution I = Infectious
  • Caution M = Mentally Unstable
  • Caution S = Suicidal
  • Caution V = Violent
  • Caution W = Weapons

Prohibitions

  • D = Driving
  • F = Firearms
  • H = Hunting
  • L = Liquor

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