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Thunder Bay County (ON)


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Contents

Codes/Units/Station Lists

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     Geraldton Fire Department 
           Five Trucks  
             Pumper #1
             Pumper #2
             Heavy Rescue #3
             Command #5
             Scout #

EMS Apparatus Listing

  • 6050 6051 6053 6055 6061 6083 6093 6094 6095 6112 6113 6114 6115 6116 6117 6118 6119 6120 6121 6122 6123 6205 6313 6342 6343



Ministry of Transportation (Greenstone)

49A is Geraldton/Nakina
49B is Longlac/Caramat
49C is Jellicoe/Beardmore


CANADIAN TRIAGE AND ACUITY SCALE (CTAS) NATIONAL GUIDELINES

CTAS Level 1 - Patients need to be seen by a physician immediately 98% of the time.
CTAS Level 2 - Patients need to be seen by a physician within 15 minutes 95% of the time.
CTAS Level 3 - Patients need to be seen by a physician within 30 minutes 90% of the time.
CTAS Level 4 - Patients need to be seen by a physician within 60 minutes 85% of the time.
CTAS Level 5 - Patients need to be seen by a physician within 120 minutes 80 % of the time.


Brevity Codes for OPP and Ambulance

  • 10- 1 Receive Poorly
  • 10- 2 Receive Well
  • 10- 3 Stop Transmitting
  • 10- 4 Acknowledgment
  • 10- 5 Relay
  • 10- 6 Busy/Standby
  • 10- 7 Out of Service/Off Duty
  • 10- 8 In Service
  • 10- 9 Repeat Message
  • 10-10 Permission To Talk To Other Unit
  • 10-11 Disturbance/Assault/Fight
  • 10-12 Drunk Person
  • 10-13 Weather/Roads
  • 10-14 Noise Complaint
  • 10-15 Suspicious Person/Vehicle
  • 10-16 Pick Up Prisoner
  • 10-17 Fire/Fire Department
  • 10-18 Expedite Assignment
  • 10-19 Return To Station
  • 10-20 Location
  • 10-21 Call By Phone
  • 10-22 See Complainant
  • 10-23 Indecent Act/Exposure
  • 10-24 Person Using Firearm
  • 10-25 Gas/Asphyxiation Complaint
  • 10-26 Detaining Subject - Expedite
  • 10-27 License Check
  • 10-28 Vehicle Registration Check
  • 10-29 Check Records For Wanted
  • 10-30 Improper Use Of Radio
  • 10-31 Sickness/Injured Person
  • 10-32 Vehicle To Be Towed
  • 10-33 911 Activation - Emergency
  • 10-34 Alarm - Other
  • 10-35 Major Crime Alert
  • 10-36 Correct Time
  • 10-37 Theft
  • 10-38 Investigation Alert
  • 10-39 Purse Snatching
  • 10-40 Stolen/Recovered Vehicle
  • 10-41 Break & Enter
  • 10-42 Armed Robbery
  • 10-43 Sexual Assault
  • 10-44 Homicide/Murder
  • 10-45 Sudden Death
  • 10-46 Suicide/Attempt
  • 10-47 Fraud
  • 10-48 Convoy Or Escort
  • 10-49 Treats/Obscene Calls
  • 10-50 M.V.A./M.V.C.
  • - PD = Property Damage
  • - PI = Personal Injury
  • - H&R = Hit & Run
  • 10-51 Tow Truck
  • 10-52 Ambulance
  • 10-53 Supervisor/Sergent
  • 10-54 Identification Unit
  • 10-55 Domestic Disturbance
  • 10-56 Missing Person
  • 10-57 Barking/Vicious Dog
  • 10-58 Lost/Found/Seized Property
  • 10-59 Mental Health Act AKA - MHA
  • 10-60 Subject Negative
  • 10-61 Subject Has Record - Not Wanted
  • 10-62 Subject Possibly Wanted
  • 10-63 Positive Hit
  • 10-64 Use Extreme Caution
  • 10-65 Assist Re: 10-64
  • 10-66 Subject Under Observation
  • 10-67 Subject Parolee
  • 10-68 Subject In Charged Category
  • 10-69 Clear To Copy Message
  • 10-70 Subject In Probationary Category
  • 10-71 Subject In Refused Category
  • 10-72 Subject In Prohibited Category
  • 10-73 Subject In Elopee Category
  • 10-74 Subject Is Missing
  • 10-75 Subject In Pointer Person Category
  • 10-76 Narcotic Control Act
  • 10-77 Emergency Landing
  • 10-78 Assist Officer - Emergency
  • 10-79 Hostage - Extortion
  • 10-80 Special Situation
  • 10-81 Parental Abduction
  • 10-82 Stalking
  • 10-83 Infectious Disease
  • 10-84 Demonstration/Strike
  • 10-85 General Broadcast
  • 10-86 Compassionate To Locate
  • 10-87 Drugs
  • 10-88 K9 Unit Required
  • 10-89 Tactical Unit Required
  • 10-90 Bank Alarm
  • 10-91 Armored Car
  • 10-92 Person In Custody
  • 10-93 Road Block
  • 10-94 Operation Red Leaf
  • 10-95 Driving/Traffic Complaint
  • 10-96 Warrant Execution
  • 10-97 Drivers License Suspended
  • 10-98 Marine Accident
  • 10-99 Officer Update Your Status
  • 10-100 Bomb Threat

Commonly Heard Acronyms: Ontario Provincial Police:

  • ANI/ALI Auto Number Indicator/Auto Location Indicator
  • B&E Break and Enter
  • CDSA Controlled Drugs & Substances Act
  • CIB Criminal Investigation Bureau
  • CNI Criminal Name Index
  • CPIC Canadian Police Information Center
  • CRC Collision Reporting Center
  • DL Drivers License
  • DOA Dead on Arrival
  • DOB Date of Birth
  • EDP Emotionally disturbed person
  • EMS Emergency Medical Service
  • ERT The Emergency Response Team
  • ETA Estimated time of arrival
  • FAC Firearms Acquisition Certificate
  • GOA Gone on arrival
  • HB Highway Breath
  • HBD Has been drinking
  • HTA Highway Traffic Act
  • HQ Headquarters
  • IDENT Forensic Identification Unit
  • K9 Canine Unit
  • Marker License plate
  • MHA Mental Health Act
  • MVA Motor Vehicle Accident
  • MVC Motor Vehicle Collision
  • MWS Mobile Work Station
  • NCIC National Crime Information Center
  • NICHE See RMS
  • OMPPAC Ontario Municipal and Provincial Police Automation Co-operative
  • PD Property Damage
  • PDS Police Dog Services
  • PI Personal Injury
  • P.A.C.T. Police and Community Together
  • RO Registered Owner
  • RMS Records Management System
  • S.A.V.E. Snowmobile, ATV, Vessel Enforcement Team
  • SIU Special Investigations Unit
  • SOCO Scene of Crime Officer
  • S.R.U. Search and Recovery Unit
  • TAC Tactical Operations - TAC Ch. or TAC Talkgroup
  • TSV Traffic Services
  • T.R.U. Tactics and Rescue Unit
  • T.T.C.I. Technical Traffic Collision Investigator
  • VSA Vital Signs Absent
  • YB Youth Bureau
  • YO Young Offender

Criminal Name Index Caution Flags:

  • FLAG ALPHA Subject Believed Armed
  • FLAG CHARLIE Subject Believed To Have Contagious Disease
  • FLAG ECHO Subject Believed Escapee
  • FLAG FOXTROT Subject Believed To Have Had Previous Family Violence
  • FLAG MIKE Subject Believed Mentally Ill
  • FLAG SIERRA Subject Believed Suicidal
  • FLAG VICTOR Subject Believed Violent

Criminal Name Index and Related Codes

  • Violence 302-345
  • Sex 346
  • Robbery 356-360
  • Break & Enter 371-375
  • Theft-Vehicle 386-392
  • Theft 403-426
  • Fraud 448-452
  • Offensive Weapon 493-499
  • Arson 510
  • Failing To Attend 512
  • Other Criminal Code 536
  • Drugs 538-561 (Also CDSA - Controlled Drugs & Substances Act)
  • Other Federal Statutes 574
  • Driving 700
  • Possible Drunk Driver - 253


Ontario Ambulance 10 Codes

  • 10-3 All Vehicles stop Transmitting
  • 10-4 Acknowledged
  • 10-6 Busy-Stand by unless Urgent
  • 10-7 Arrived(or OUT of Service)
  • 10-8 Departed (or IN service)
  • 10-9 Repeat last Transmission
  • 10-13 Unable to reply (Relative near by etc)
  • 10-19 Return to Base
  • 10-20 Whats your Location?
  • 10-21 Phone by Landline or Cellular
  • 10-25 Non-Violent Psychiatric Patient
  • 10-26 Call is canceled
  • 10-27 Hostage Taking or SWAT Standby
  • 10-34 Whats the Hospital status
  • 10-36 Emergency is CLOSED (Critical care Bypass)
  • 10-37 Emergency is OPEN to Code 3's only (ReDirect Considerations)
  • 10-38 Emergency is CLEAR
  • 10-50 Violent Psychiatric Patient
  • 10-100 Bomb Threat
  • 10-200 Have Police Attend (often abbreviated to 10-2's)
  • 10-2000 Send Police IMMEDIATELY
  • CODE 1 Any non-important call
  • CODE 2 Scheduled call
  • CODE 3 Prompt call, not life threatening, lights and siren optional
  • CODE 4 Life Threatening, lights on, siren optional
  • CODE 5 Obviously dead (Rigidity, Decomposition, Vivisection, Decapitation...)
  • CODE 6 Legally dead
  • CODE 7 Unstaffed at station
  • CODE 8 Standby at location
  • CODE 9 Unit in for servicing (Not Usable)
  • CODE 19 non-essential call

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