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Bibb County (AL)


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Bibb County Law Enforcement Radio IDs

UNIT NUMBER        AGENCY/UNIT

Station 7          Bibb County Sheriff's Dispatch
100-199            Centreville Police
200-299            Brent Police
300-299            West Blocton Police
400-499            Woodstock Police
500-599            Tannehill State Park Rangers
700-799            Sheriff's Department
790                Bibb County Animal Control Officer
C-2                Coroner of Bibb County
C-###              Alabama State Troopers (From Troop C)
R-###              Bibb County Reserve Officers
US-####            United States Forestry Service

Agencies using Bibb County Sheriff's Dispatch

  • Alabama State Troopers operating in Bibb County
    • Using a, "C," prefix and a three digit number as their call sign (e.g. C-151)
  • Am-Serv EMS/Ambulance
    • Paged out, following a tone, by, "Station 7."
    • Identified by number (e.g. Am-Serv 13)
  • Bibb County Sheriff's Office
  • Brent Police Department
  • Centreville Police Department
  • Constable of Bibb County
  • Tannehill State Park Rangers
    • Usually only heard going on and off duty (10-41 on duty / 10-42 off duty)
  • United States Forestry Service LEOs
  • West Blocton Police Department
  • Woodstock Police Department


Note: The Walker County Sheriff's Office (North of Bibb County) also uses the same frequency as The Bibb County Sheriff's Office as their primary dispatch frequency. With sensitive scanners and/or high antennas, or while in certain locations, it is possible to get these two agencies confused while listening to this frequency. To avoid this isolate the two agencies by program the correct CTCSS/PL Tones, listed in the frequency database, for the agency you wish to listen to, into your device.

Brevity Codes Used by Bibb County Law Enforcement

  • whiskey mike = white male
  • whiskey foxtrot = white female
  • bravo mike = black male
  • bravo foxtrot = black female
  • PX = phone
  • Link = SouthenLinc PTT radio
  • CJ = county jail
  • BMC = Bibb Medical Center
  • SO = Sheriff's Office
  • walked on = used radio at same time
  • hard copy = print or printed (physical) copy
  • rotation = tow truck
  • clear (or) secure = where people cannot hear radio
  • BOLO = be on lookout
  • UTC = uniform traffic citation
  • SOC = Social Security number
  • SR = sex offender registry/registrant
  • NCIC = National Crime Information Center
  • VIN = vehicle identification number

Bibb County 10 Codes

Most commonly used codes in Bibb County are in bold:

  • 10-Double Zero - Officer needs all possible assistance.
  • 10-0 - Use caution. Details not known.
  • 10-1 - Unable to copy
  • 10-2 - Signal good
  • 10-3 - Stop transmitting
  • 10-4 - Acknowledgement (OK)
  • 10-5 - Relay
  • 10-6 - Busy (unless urgent)
  • 10-7 - Out of service. Not subject to call.
  • 10-8 - In service
  • 10-9 - Repeat
  • 10-10 - Out of service. Subject to call.
  • 10-11 - Remain in service
  • 10-12 - Remain alert for further details
  • 10-13 - Weather & road conditions.
  • 10-14 - Correct time
  • 10-15 - Person arrested
  • 10-16 - Pick up
  • 10-17 - Urgent - Need units faster
  • 10-18 - Further information
  • 10-19 - No traffic for your unit or station
  • 10-20 - Location
  • 10-21 - Call by telephone
  • 10-22 - Report in person
  • 10-23 - Arrived at scene
  • 10-24 - Assignment completed
  • 10-25 - Disregard last info or assignment
  • 10-26 - Detaining person or vehicle
  • 10-27 - Drivers license information
  • 10-28 - Vehicle registration information
  • 10-29 - Check for wanted
  • 10-30 - Illegal use of radio
  • 10-31 - Hit & run
  • 10-32 - Gun / person with gun
  • 10-33 - Units not involved maintain radio silence
  • 10-34 - Tower lights
  • 10-35 - Major crime alert
  • 10-36 - Urgent - Use lights & siren
  • 10-37 - Urgent - Silent run
  • 10-38 - Investigate suspicious vehicle
  • 10-39 - Stopping suspicious vehicle
  • 10-40 - Stolen vehicle
  • 10-41 - Going on duty
  • 10-42 - Going off duty
  • 10-43 - Complete present assignment quickly
  • 10-44 - Permission to leave patrol area
  • 10-45 - Off day
  • 10-46 - Assist motorist
  • 10-47 - Emergency road repairs needed
  • 10-48 - Officer assistance
  • 10-49 - Traffic light out
  • 10-50 - Accident
  • 10-51 - Wrecker needed
  • 10-52 - Ambulance needed
  • 10-53 - Road blocked
  • 10-54 - Livestock on highway
  • 10-55 - Intoxicated driver
  • 10-56 - Intoxicated pedestrian
  • 10-57 - Crime in progress
  • 10-58 - Direct/ing traffic
  • 10-59 - Convoy or escort
  • 10-60 - Attempt to contact
  • 10-61 - Return to
  • 10-62 - Reply to message
  • 10-63 - Prepare to make written copy
  • 10-64 - Message for local delivery
  • 10-65 - Radio log number
  • 10-66 - Message, dispatch, or assignment cancellation
  • 10-67 - Prepare to submit activity report
  • 10-68 - Dispatch information
  • 10-69 - Car to car clearance
  • 10-70 - Fire
  • 10-71 - Report progress on fire
  • 10-72 - Complainant/meet complaintant
  • 10-73 - Supervisor needed
  • 10-74 - Intoximeter operator needed
  • 10-75 - Photographer needed
  • 10-76 - Investigator needed
  • 10-77 - Narcotics
  • 10-78 - Notify coroner
  • 10-79 - In contact with
  • 10-80 - D.C.G. (Disaster Control Group)
  • 10-81 - In the area
  • 10-82 - Reserve lodging
  • 10-83 - Cancel reservations
  • 10-84 - En route
  • 10-85 - Will be late
  • 10-86 - Missing person
  • 10-87 - E.T.A. (estimated time of arrival)
  • 10-88 - Present telephone number of
  • 10-89 - Dead person
  • 10-90 - Home or business alarm
  • 10-91 - Unnecessary use of radio
  • 10-92 - Murder
  • 10-93 - Blockade (road block)
  • 10-94 - Drag racing
  • 10-95 - Reckless driving
  • 10-96 - Mental person
  • 10-97 - Disturbance
  • 10-98 - Prison or jail break
  • 10-99A - Has a felony warrant
  • 10-99B - Has a misdemeanor warrant
  • 10-100 - Hot pursuit


Bibb County (generally) uses the standard ALEA 10 Codes


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