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Creek County (OK)

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Oklahoma Highway Patrol

Creek County is in OHP Troop B's service area.

OKWIN

DEC HEX Mode Alpha Tag Description
34320  861  OHP B-Comm  Tulsa Dispatch - B-Comm 
34352  863  OHP B-Ops  Tulsa Operations - B-Ops 
34384  865  OHP Tulsa Suprvs  Tulsa Troop B Supervisors 
34416  867  OHP Creek Ops  Tulsa Creek Turnpike Ops 
34448  869  OHP B Turnpike 2  Tulsa Troop B Turnpikes 2 

Low Band and Relays

Frequency  Input   
License  Type  Tone  Alpha Tag  Description  Mode  Tag 
44.70000  44.90000   KHH73   BM  77.0 PL  OHP Side 1 Dispatch Side 1  FM  Law Dispatch 
44.90000      KA6474   77.0 PL  OHP Side 2 Mobile Side 2  FM  Law Dispatch 
154.90500  45.18000   KNCE511   77.0 PL  OHP CarRelay Bristow Mobile Relay  FMN  Law Dispatch 
45.18000      KA6474   77.0 PL  OHP Side 4 Mobile Side 4  FM  Law Dispatch 
45.22000  45.18000   KA6474   BM  77.0 PL  OHP Side 3 Dispatch Side 3  FM  Law Dispatch 
155.31000      KHH73   94.8 PL  OHP Troop B Link to Bristow Base Relay  FMN  Law Dispatch 
155.44500  45.18000   KHH73   107.2 PL  OHP CarRelay Okmulgee Mobile Relay  FMN  Law Dispatch 
155.46000  45.18000   KOO51   107.2 PL  OHP CarRelay Claremore Mobile Relay  FMN  Law Dispatch 


Creek County Sheriff

Divisions and call signs

Phonetic Division Shift
Adam Day Shift Patrol 0600-1400
Charlie Prisoner Transport Division
David Communications Officers
Edward Evening Shift Patrol 1400-2200
Henry Night Shift Patrol 2200-0600
Ida Investigations Division
John Detention Officers
Paul FTO Deputy
Ocean Office employees
Robert Reserve Division
Sam Administration
Tom Traffic units (not in use)
Union Civil Service Division

10-codes and signals

  • 10-1 Transmitting Poorly
  • 10-2 Transmitting Well
  • 10-3 Stop Transmitting
  • 10-5 Relay Radio Traffic
  • 10-6 Busy/Out of Unit
  • 10-7 Out of Service/Off Duty
  • 10-8 In Service/Available
  • 10-9 Repeat
  • 10-10 Off Duty, Pending Call
  • 10-12 Visitors Present/Ride Along
  • 10-13 Weather information
  • 10-14 Escort or Transport Civilian
  • 10-15 Subject in Custody/Transporting
  • 10-17 Documents or Papers
  • 10-19 Return to Office or Jail
  • 10-20 What is your location? /Response to 10-90
  • 10-21 Telephone call
  • 10-22 Cancel/ Disregard
  • 10-23 Officer in Distress
  • 10-26 Motorist Assist
  • 10-28 Check Vehicle Registration
  • 10-29 Check NCIC
  • 10-32 Intoxalyzer
  • 10-33 Emergency Radio Traffic
  • 10-35 Confidential Information/ Special Assignment
  • 10-36 Correct Time
  • 10-39 Message Delivered
  • 10-42 Traffic Record Summary
  • 10-43 Check Driver�s License
  • 10-44 Check for Warrants or Wants
  • 10-45 Lunch
  • 10-48 NCIC hit
  • 10-50 No Calls Holding
  • 10-59 Making Traffic Stop
  • 10-63 Radio Net Secured for Incident, hold non-emergency and related radio traffic.
  • 10-64 Radio Net is no Longer Secured, Resume Normal Traffic
  • 10-69 Any Calls Holding?
  • 10-72 Not enough Information, No further action until more is received
  • 10-74 Drugs/ Subject known for Drug possession or previous charges
  • 10-77 Request Backup
  • 10-85 Residence
  • 10-90 Officer safety check
  • 10-97 On Scene
  • 10-98 Assignment completed
  • Signal 11- What is my readability?
  • Signal 13- Unable to copy, relocate
  • Signal 30- Fatality
  • Signal 31- Drowning
  • Signal 76- Accident, Unknown if injuries
  • Signal 81- Minor accident/no injuries
  • Signal 82- Major accident/accident with injuries
  • Signal 83- Accident involving Public Safety vehicle
  • Signal 87- Intoxicated Pedestrian
  • Signal 88- Intoxicated Driver
  • Signal 89- Hit and Run





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