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Knox (P25) TACN Radio IDs

Knox County Radios are limited to affiliating with the Knox Simulcast TACN radio site for the most part. The only other Knox County talkgroup that Knox Radios will affiliate with is “KX-EM KNOX NET”. Radios operating on Karns Fire Talkgroups will affiliate with Windrock and Knox Simulcast radio sites.

  • 2130000-2131999 = KNOX COUNTY EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS DISTRICT (KCECD)
  • 2132000-2132149 = KNOXVILLE - KNOX COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AGENCY (KEMA)
  • 2132150-2134149 = KNOXVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT (KPD)/(KX-PD) RADIO IDS
  • 2134150-2137149 = KNOX COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE (KCSO)/(KX-SO) RADIO IDS
  • 2137150-2137299 = UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE KNOXVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT (UTPD)/(KX-UT) RADIO IDS
  • 2137300-2137649 = KNOX COUNTY SCHOOLS SECURITY DIVISION (KCSD)/(KX-ED) RADIO IDS
  • 2137650-2138649 = KNOXVILLE FIRE DEPARTMENT (KFD)/(KX-FD) RADIO IDS
  • 2138650-2138899 = RURAL/METRO FIRE DEPARTMENT (RMFD)/(KX-RM) RADIO IDS
  • 2131021-2131120 = SEYMOUR VOL. FIRE DEPARTMENT (SVFD)/(KX-SE) RADIO IDS
  • 2138900-2139050 = KARNS VOL. FIRE DEPARTMENT (KVFD)/(KX-KA) RADIO IDS
  • 2139051-2139200 = KNOXVILLE EMERGENCY VOL. RESCUE SQUAD (KVERS)/(KX-RS) RADIO IDS
  • 2139201-2139450 = AMERICAN MEDICAL RESPONSE (AMR)/(KX-AM) RADIO IDS
  • 2139451-2139475 = KNOXVILLE CITY SERVICES (KX-CI) RADIO IDS
  • 2139476-2139500 = TOWN OF FARRAGUT (TOF)/(KX-TF) RADIO IDS
  • 2139501-2139625 = KNOX COUNTY HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT (KCHD)/(KX-KC) RADIO IDS
  • 2139626-2139775 = KNOXVILLE-KNOX COUNTY COMMUNITY ACTION COMMITTEE (CAC)/(KX-CA) RADIO IDS
  • 2139776-2139999 = KNOXVILLE AREA TRANSIT (KAT)/(KX-KT) RADIO IDS

Knox County Sheriff (KCSO)

Unit IDs

  • UNIT #1 = SHERIFF
  • UNIT #2-11 = CHIEFS
  • UNIT #7 = CHIEF OF DETECTIVES
  • 3O’S AND 40’S = CRIMINAL WARRANTS UNITS
  • 50'S,60'S, AND 70'S = CIVIL WARRANTS (NO LONGER 200'S)
  • 80’S = SPECIAL SERVICES UNITS
  • LOW 100’S = SPECIAL UNITS (FLEET,COMMUNICATIONS, PRECINCT CAPTAINS, AND ETC.)
  • 170’S = PADDY WAGON TRANSPORTATION (PRISONER TRANSPORTATION)
  • 180'S = MENTAL HEALTH TRANSPORTATION(CAN BE USED AS PRISONER TRANSPORTATION)
  • 190’S = TRAINING UNITS
  • 200-206 = ORGANIZED RETAIL CRIME UNITS
  • 300-306 =SPECIAL INVESTIGATIONS UNITS
  • 312 = ARSON INVESTIGATOR
  • 330’S,340’S, and 350'S= NARCOTICS UNITS
  • 400-405’S = DRUG INTERDICTION UNITS
  • 420’S = JUVENILE TASK FORCE UNITS
  • 430’S = AVIATION UNITS
  • 500’S = GENERAL ASSIGNMENT DETECTIVES
  • 600’S = MAJOR CRIMES DETECTIVES
  • 700'S = SCHOOL POLICE UNIT CAPTAIN (NOT SCHOOL SECURITY)
  • 701-702’S = ANIMAL CONTROL SGT’S/ SCHOOL POLICE SERGEANTS (NOT SCHOOL SECURITY)
  • 703-707'S =SCHOOL POLICE UNIT SERGEANTS (NOT SCHOOL SECURITY)
  • 707-730’S = SCHOOL POLICE UNIT OFFICERS (NOT SCHOOL SECURITY)
  • 800’S = COURT SERVICES UNITS
  • 980’S AND 990’S = CORRECTIONS TRANSPORTATION
  • ADAM, BAKER, CHARLIE, DAVID ECHO: 1,2,4,5 = PATROL SUPERVISORS
  • ECHO= TRAINING SHIFT
  • FM #X = COUNTY FIRE MARSHAL UNITS
  • WHISKY= DUI ENFORCEMENT (DISBANDED INTO PATROL SHIFTS)
  • SCAN = SENIOR CARE AWARENESS NETWORK (VOLUNTEERS)
  • TANGO = TRAFFIC UNIT (MOTORCYCLES)
  • ROBERT= RESERVE OFFICERS(VOLUNTEERS)
  • X-RAY= FORENSICS
  • A.C.= HUMANE/ANIMAL CONTROL (CIVIL/CERT)
  • AIRWATCH 1-4 = 0H-58 + HELICOPTERS
  • RESCUE 5 OR AIRWATCH 5 = UH-1H (Huey)

Knox County Fire Bureau

The Knox County Fire Bureau missions include: life safety inspections of existing structures and new construction, developing proactive and diverse public education programs and maintaining an aggressive fire investigation program. Fire Bureau Units use various Knox County Channels using “FM XX” callsigns.

University of TN Police (UTPD) Knoxville

UTPD operates on the Tennessee Advanced Communications Network (TACN) for primary communications for commissioned staff. UTPD radios are set to only affiliate with Knox Simulcast while on their TACN talk groups. Secondary communications for UTPD commissioned staff occur on UTPD Brick 1, a uhf channel. UTPD non commissioned staff known as Community Service Officers (CSO) and Campus Protection Specialist (CPS) operate on UTPD Brick 1 for Primary communications. This channel will sometimes be patched with UTPD and Knox EMA talkgroups during special events.

Unit IDS

  • MOBILE 1=CHIEF
  • MOBILE 2=ASSISTANT CHIEF
  • MOBILE 3 = OPERATIONS DIVISION LIEUTENANT
  • MOBILE 4 = SUPPORT SERVICES DIVISION LIEUTENANT
  • 3XX = CAMPUS PROTECTION SPECIALISTS (CPS)
  • 700=IT ADMIN/COMMUNITY SERVICE OFFICER (CSO)
  • 7XX=COMMUNITY SERVICE OFFICERS (CSOs)
  • SX= Sergeants
  • LX= Lieutentiants
  • 1XX= Officers & Corporals

UT FOOTBALL GAMES

  • UTPD Patrol uses UTPD Alpha “KX-UT DISP” on TACN during Football. UTPD Bravo “KX-UT B” is available for patrol use as well. Both talkgroups are strapped with encryption. UT gameday command and UTPD Dispatch monitors these talkgroups during games.
  • UTPD non-commissioned CSO and CPS utilize “BRICK” during football games. It is a UHF frequency of 453.725 MHz with a DPL of 226. UT gameday command and UTPD Dispatch monitors these talkgroups during games.
  • Fire and Medical Staff with KFD and AMR utilize the “KX-EM INOP3” talkgroup on TACN. UT gameday command and KFD/KCECD Dispatch monitors this talkgroups during games. This talkgroup is clear.
  • Commissioned staff with UTPD, KCSO, and BCSO working the football games will utilize the “KX-EM INOP4” talkgroup on TACN. UT gameday command and UTPD Dispatch monitors this talkgroup during games. This talkgroup is clear.
  • Commissioned staff with KPD utilizes their “KX-PD SP EVNT 1” and “KX-PD SP EVNT2” while working the football game.These talkgroups are strapped with encryption.
  • AMR also utilizes MED72 MCI for the football game. UT gameday command, UTMC RMCC/MED LINK, and Knox AMR Dispatch monitors this talkgroup during football games.
  • UTK Athletics Event Management Staff, Facilities Staff, IT Staff, Transportation Staff, and Parking staff utilizes the UTK Mototurbo Capacity Plus Trunking system for primary communications during the game. Some staff from these departments are in gameday command and monitor these talkgroups for reports.
  • AXIS Security Staff is said to use a Simplex frequency. Frequency info is Unknown. Command monitors this frequency.
  • Red Cross medical staff is claimed to use a 800MHz frequency with p25 and encryption during the football games.

Knoxville Police (KPD)

Unit ID'S

  • Patrol Units Callsign that ends with 9 is Canine (Example 79 Alpha or 169)
  • 140’s, 150’s= TRAFFIC DIVISION (MOTORCYCLE)
  • 160'S,170'S = CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT PATROL (DOWNTOWN AREA)
  • 180'S = PADDY WAGON TRANSPORTATION (PRISONER TRANSPORTATION)
  • 190'S = PUBLIC INFORMATION DIVISION (CIVIL & CERT)
  • 200'S = CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS DIVISION
  • 270'S = FORENSICS
  • 330'S AND 340’s= SCHOOL RESOURCE DIVISION
  • 350's = ANIMAL CONTROL DIVISION (CIVIL)
  • 500'S = ADMINISTRATIVE COMMAND STAFF
  • 800'S = KNOXVILLE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORP SECURITY DETAIL

Knox County School Security Division (KCSD)

As special deputies with the Knox County Sheriff's Office (KCSO), the division is the primary force protection unit for Knox County Schools charged with the security and safety of staff and students within the district. Also known as the Knox County School Security Division, members are often referred to as SRO's or School Resource Officers. Responsibilities of the Division include: A. Preserve order on school property, in the vicinity of schools where there is a direct correlation to school activity or property, school buses, and at any school sponsored or related activity, and in any place where the School District owns property or has a direct interest.B. Protect pedestrians and vehicles commuting to and from school. C. Prevent, deter, and reduce acts of crime against school students, personnel, related individuals, and property. D. Investigate school-related incidents and other matters of District interest. E. Maintain peace at all school-related events. F. Apprehend offenders. G. Recover stolen property. H. Other activity as directed by the School Board or the Chief. The Division consists of the following bureau's: Office of the Chief, Support Services, Operations, Transportation Safety, and Investigations. The Operations Bureau is overseen by the Operations Major who is assisted by a Lieutenant and nine district sergeants. The Operations Bureau also houses the School Patrol Unit and Bike Patrol Unit. The Transportation Bureau is overseen by the Transportation Safety Sergeant who is assisted by two Check Ride Safety Officers. The Transportation Safety Bureau focuses relating to compliance of safety mandates issued by the Knox County Schools Transportation Department, federal, state, and local laws. The Transportation Safety Bureau also responds to school bus accidents involving children. All School Security Officers with the Knox County Schools Security Division are Bonded Special Deputies with the Knox County Sheriff's Office and have the authority to detain, make arrests, and carry a firearm (pertaining to school matters). All Division owned vehicles are considered Emergency Vehicles. Division Vehicles are equipped with emergency lights and emergency siren equipment.

Unit ID'S

  • 1XX =NON SECURITY DIVISION EMPLOYEES
  • 102 =CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER (COO)
  • 104=TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT EMPLOYEE
  • 2XX = CROSSING GUARDS (TRANSPORTATION SAFETY BUREAU)
  • 212 = CEDAR BLUFF SCHOOLS (MIDDLE & ELEMENTARY) CROSSING GUARD
  • 501 = DISTRICT 1 SERGEANT//SCHOOL ASSIGNMENT
  • 502 = DISTRICT 2 SERGEANT//SCHOOL ASSIGNMENT
  • 503 = DISTRICT 3 SERGEANT/SCHOOL ASSIGNMENT
  • 504 = DISTRICT 4 SERGEANT//SCHOOL ASSIGNMENT
  • 505 = DISTRICT 5 SERGEANT//SCHOOL ASSIGNMENT
  • 506 = DISTRICT 6 SERGEANT//SCHOOL ASSIGNMENT//COMMUNITY RELATIONS LIAISON
  • 507 = DISTRICT 7 SERGEANT//SCHOOL ASSIGNMENT
  • 508 = DISTRICT 8 SERGEANT//SCHOOL ASSIGNMENT
  • 509 = DISTRICT 9 SERGEANT//SCHOOL ASSIGNMENT
  • 511 = CHECK RIDE SAFETY OFFICER (TRANSPORTATION SAFETY BUREAU)
  • 513 = DAY PATROL OFFICER (OPERATIONS BUREAU)
  • 750=COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER (VACANT/SUPPORT SERVICES)
  • 751 = CHIEF OF SECURITY (OFFICE OF CHIEF)
  • 752 = SUPPORT SERVICES LIEUTENANT (SUPPORT SERVICES BUREAU)
  • 753 = OPERATIONS MAJOR (OPERATIONS BUREAU)
  • 754 = DISTRICT INVESTIGATOR (INVESTIGATIVE SERVICES BUREAU)
  • 755 = TRAINING SERGEANT (SUPPORT SERVICES BUREAU)
  • 756 = OPERATIONS LIEUTENANT (OPERATIONS BUREAU)
  • 757 = TRANSPORTATION SAFETY SERGEANT (TRANSPORTATION SAFETY BUREAU)


District Map

The nine districts remain consistent with the nine School Board of Education districts. Schooldistrict.jpg

Knoxville Fire (KFD)

Knoxville Fire Department (KFD) Arson Investigators (70s Series Cars) are are also certified police officers. They carry weapons and have arrest powers. They operate on KFD and KPD channels.

Unit ID'S

  • CAR 2X= CHAPLAINS
  • CAR 54 = PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFICER
  • CAR 55 = RADIO SHOP OFFICER
  • CAR 6X= TRAINING UNIT
  • CAR 7X= LOGISTICS & ARSON INVESTIGATORS
  • CAR 80 = CHIEF
  • CAR 81-84= ASSISTANT CHIEFS (BATTALION)
  • CAR 9X= MAINTENANCE
  • CAR 1XX'S = INSPECTORS
  • ENGINE OR LADDER RADIO ID WITH A= CAPTAIN PORTABLE (EX ENGINE 1A)
  • ENGINE OR LADDER RADIO IDENTIFIER WITH B = DRIVER (EX LADDER 1B)
  • ENGINE OR LADDER RADIO IDENTIFIER WITH C OR D = BACK PASSENGERS (ENGINE 1C)

KFD TACN RADIO IDS

  • 2137854 = LADDER 9 MOBILE
  • 2137820 = ENGINE 18 MOBILE
  • 2137786 = ENGINE 12 PORTABLE

Pellissippi State Technical Community College Police (PSPD)

Pellissippi State Police (PSPD) has jurisdiction over 5 campus locations in Knox and Blount counties. Pellissippi State Police Department currently employs One Police Chief, One Deputy Police Chief, Two police sergeants, Four police Corporals, six police officers, two technical clerks, and twenty-five contract security officers. Their primary campus is the Hardin Valley Campus. The Strawberry Plains Campus also has a Knox County School called Career Magnet Academy at that location and is primarily covered by Knox County School Security Division (KCSD), but PSPD will cover the location if needed. All Campus Police Officers use TACN for their radio communications. Contract Security utilizes a UHF repeater at the Hardin Valley Campus to contact PSPD Dispatch and other Security Personal.

Unit ID

  • STATION A = DISPATCH (LOCATED AT HARDIN VALLEY CAMPUS)
  • 101 = CHIEF
  • 102 = DEPUTY CHIEF

AMR/RURAL METRO

UNIT ID

  • EMS1XX = ADMINISTRATION AND LOCAL MANAGEMENT
  • MEDIC 2XX = FIRE MEDIC
  • EMS500 = SHIFT SUPERVISOR IN RESPONSE VEHICE
  • 700 & 701 = ALS AMBULANCE WITH SUPERVISOR
  • FORENSICS800 = BODY RECOVERY TRANSPORT
  • 9XX = SPECIAL EVENT AMBULANCES

Knox County Rescue (formerly KVERS)

Apparatus

Command Staff

  • RESCUE 110 Response Vehicle, Chief
  • RESCUE 111 Response Vehicle, Deputy Chief
  • RESCUE 112 Response Vehicle, Assistant Chief
  • RESCUE 171 Response Vehicle, Captain
  • RESCUE 172 Response Vehicle, Captain
  • RESCUE 173 Response Vehicle, Captain

First-Out Crash Trucks

  • RESCUE 123 East Knox
  • RESCUE 124 West Knox
  • RESCUE 136 North Knox

Reserve Crash Truck Fleet

  • RESCUE 121 Reserve Only
  • RESCUE 122 Reserve Only
  • RESCUE 126 Reserve Only

Specialty Team Vehicles

  • RESCUE 125 Heavy/Confined Space
  • RESCUE 133 Trench/Collapse
  • RESCUE 134 Water/Dive Team West Knox
  • RESCUE 135 Water/Dive Team East knox

Utility Vehicles / Personnel Carriers

  • RESCUE 127 F550 Flatbed Tow/Haul
  • RESCUE 128 F350 Pickup with camper top

Karns Fire Department

The Karns Fire Department serves an area of 65 square miles in Northwest Knox County. Karns, an ISO Class 4 department (for the entire area), has four fire stations strategically located in the Karns, Ball Camp, Hardin Valley and Solway communities. The Headquarters facility, where the department’s business affairs are managed, is located off Oak Ridge Highway in the Karns community. The department provides fire protection, Advance Life Support (ALS), hazardous materials response, vehicle extrication, an assortment of technical rescue services, and public education for over 40,000 residents. Also, serves 9 Public Schools in their response area. They are known as a combination department. Two station are operated 24 Hours with at least two payed department members on board the apparatus.

Unit IDS

  • Engine 401 = Karns Station 1 First Due Apparatus
  • Tanker 401= Karns Station 1 Tanker
  • Engine 402=Hardin Valley Station 2 First Due Apparatus
  • Engine 403=
  • Engine 404= Ball Camp Station 4 Apparatus
  • Engine 411= Karns Station 1 Second Due Apparatus (Usually staffed by volunteers)
  • Tanker 413= Solway Station 3 Tanker
  • Chief 40/4= Acting Shift Supervisor
  • Chief 41 = Chief
  • Chief 42-Chief 45 = Assistant Chiefs
  • Tower 1=Hardin Valley Station Second Due Apparatus

Karns Fire TACN Radio IDS

  • 2138905 = ENGINE 401 MOBILE

Seymour Volunteer Fire Department (SVFD)

The department serves over 20,000 homes (32,000 people), 400 business, 70 churches, 2 private schools, 8 public schools and Johnson University (with 400+ on-campus residents). Our Fire District is spread across three Tennessee counties, Blount, Knox, and Sevier with a total response area of approximately 118.6 square miles. SVFD primarily operates on vhf analog for most operations but Seymour also operates on simplex uhf tac channels to communicate with Sevier County agencies on scene and on a Knox TACN talkgroup for talkaround communications.

Unit ID

  • Battalion 50 = Fire Chief

Public Building Authority (PBA) Safety and Security

Government Agency that provides security services to City County Building, Old Court House, Andrew Johnson Building, World’s Fair Park, Volunteer Lansing, Juvenile Justice Center, Knoxville Transit Center, City Lots/Garages, and Knox County Clerk Office. As well as parking enforcement within the Central Business District and the Cumberland Ave corridor.

Unit ID

  • BASE = COMM CENTER
  • PBA 1 = CEO
  • 300 = SAFETY AND SECURITY CAPTAIN
  • 100 = CITY COUNTY BUILDING (CCB) LT.
  • 101 = PARK PATROL LT. (WFP)
  • 102 = JUVENILE JUSTICE CENTER (JJC) LT.
  • 103 = KNOXVILLE AREA TRANSIT (KAT) CENTER LT.
  • 15X = PARK PATROL SAFETY OFFICERS
  • 16X = KNOXVILLE AREA TRANSIT (KAT) CENTER SAFETY OFFICER

West Town Mall

Unit IDS

  • 1X and 2X=Security Officers (Allied Universal Contract Security)
  • 5X=KPD Officers
  • Mobile=Contract Security Patrol Vehicle
  • 112 = Regal Cinebarre Security

Rural/Metro Fire Tones

West End

  • Tone B = 553.9 all stations
Station Tone A
Station 10 903.2
Station 15 810.2
Station 16 726.8
Station 17 767.4
Station 41 584.8
Station 42 617.4
Station 44 855.5

East/South End

  • Tone B = 767.4 all stations
Station Tone A
Station 25 726.8
Station 26 903.2
Station 27 810.2
Station 28 855.5

North End

  • Tone B = 617.4 all stations
Station Tone A
Station 30 903.2
Station 31 584.8
Station 32 688.3
Station 33 651.9
Station 34 726.8

EMS and Fire Station Response Areas

Radio Codes

10 Codes

  • 10-1  Receiving Poorly
  • 10-2  Receiving Well
  • 10-4  Acknowledgment
  • 10-5  Relay
  • 10-6  Busy
  • 10-7  Out Of Service
  • 10-8  In Service
  • 10-9  Repeat
  • 10-10  Paperwork
  • 10-11  Lunch Break
  • 10-13  Weather / Road Conditions
  • 10-14  Escort
  • 10-15  Prisoner In Custody
  • 10-15M   Mental Transport
  • 10-16  Pick Up Prisoner At
  • 10-17  Serving Warrant At
  • 10-18  Report to Court
  • 10-19  Return To Station
  • 10-20  Location
  • 10-21  Call Station By Phone
  • 10-22  Disregard/Canceled
  • 10-23  Escaped Prisoner
  • 10-24  Traffic Problem
  • 10-25  Officer Initiated Trffic Stop
  • 10-26 Loud Party (NEW)
  • 10-27  Vandalism
  • 10-28  Registration
  • 10-29  Check for wanted
  • 10-32  Need Breath/DWI Test
  • 10-34  Confiscated property
  • 10-35  Confidential Info
  • 10-36  Correct time
  • 10-37 Overdose (NEW)
  • 10-38  Sick Person
  • 10-39  Injured Person
  • 10-40  Hostage Situation
  • 10-41  Missing Person
  • 10-42  Criminal Trespassing
  • 10-43  Investigation
  • 10-44  Stolen Vehicle
  • 10-45  Wreck/Property Damage
  • 10-46  Wreck/With Injuries
  • 10-46F Wreck/With Fatality
  • . 10-46W Wreck/With Injuries on the Water
  • 10-47  Send Ambulance
  • 10-48  Send Tow Truck
  • 10-49  Drunk Driver
  • 10-51  Strong Armed Robbery
  • 10-52  Armed Robbery
  • 10-53  Hit & Run
  • 10-55  Larceny
  • 10-56  Prowler
  • 10-57  Alarm
  • 10-58  Public Intoxication
  • 10-59  Fight
  • 10-60  Attempted Suicide
  • 10-61  Suicide
  • 10-62  Murder
  • 10-63  Kidnapping
  • 10-64  Rape
  • 10-65  Attempted Rape
  • 10-66  Business Burglary
  • 10-67  Residential Burglary
  • 10-68  Vehicle Burglary
  • 10-70  Shoplifting
  • 10-71  Forgery/Fraud
  • 10-72  Riot
  • 10-73  Roadblock
  • 10-74  Lost / Found Property
  • 10-75  Deliver A Message To
  • 10-76  Officer message
  • 10-77  Animal call
  • 10-78  Hazardous material
  • 10-79  Disaster/Tornado/Plane Crash
  • 10-80  Cutting
  • 10-81  Shooting
  • 10-82  Disorderly Conduct
  • 10-83  Domestic Trouble
  • 10-84  Juvenile Problem
  • 10-85  Disturbance
  • 10-86  Fire
  • 10-87  Mental Person
  • 10-88  Child abuse
  • 10-89  Indecent Exposure
  • 10-90  Suspicious Person
  • 10-91  Dead Person
  • 10-93  Molester
  • 10-94  Assault
  • 10-95  Firecrackers
  • 10-96  Property Check
  • 10-97  Arrived On The Scene
  • 10-98  Assignment Completed
  • 10-99  Bomb Threat

Alpha Signals

  • A  Report Submitted
  • B  Unable to Locate
  • C  Unable to Locate Address
  • D  Unable to Locate Suspect
  • E  No Police Action
  • F  Problem Solved
  • G  Advised
  • H  Vehicle Check Ok
  • I  Suspect Check Ok
  • J  Property Check Ok
  • . J Officer Check Ok/Status Check
  • K  Verbal Warning
  • L  Citation Issued
  • M  Arrest Made
  • N  Field Interview
  • O  Assisted Officer
  • P  Handled by Other Agency
  • Q  CFS in Service
  • R  Message Delivered
  • S  Left Note
  • T  Items Recovered
  • U  Vehicle Towed
  • V  Marked Tires
  • W  Trans to Other Agency
  • Y  Signed Medical Books
  • Z  Canceled CFS

Numerical Signals

  • 1  Go to Hq
  • 2  Phone Hq
  • 3  Change Channels
  • 4  Phone Office
  • 5  Go to Office
  • 6  Phone #
  • 7  Emergency
  • 8  Meet (at)
  • 9  Disregard
  • 10  Car Wash
  • 11  Confidential Information
  • 12  Reply via Landline
  • 13  Blocked Driveway
  • 14  Blocked Alley
  • 15  Illegal Parking
  • 16  Traffic Congestion
  • 17  Reckless Driver
  • 18  Speeding
  • 19  Abandoned Vehicle
  • 20  Assist Motorist
  • 21  Open Door
  • 22  Open Window
  • 23  Lights out

Printable Knoxville Codes

Printable Knoxville Codes


Source: Knoxville 10 Codes