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Tulsa County (OK)

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Oklahoma Highway Patrol

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

OKWIN

DEC HEX Mode Alpha Tag Description
44656  ae7  OHP L-Comm  Vinita OHP Dispatch -- L-Comm 
44688  ae9  OHP L-Ops  Vinita OHP -- L-Ops 

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 


Most Tulsa County Communication is on the OKWIN State Trunked Radio System. The City of Tulsa was one of the original owners of the system. Tulsa County has talkgroups for the Sheriff's Department, District Attorney, Health Department and Highway Maintenance.

Tulsa County / Tulsa Police Ten-Codes

  • 10-1 --- poor transmission
  • 10-2 --- good transmission
  • 10-4 --- "okay" / message received
  • 10-5 --- relay info
  • 10-6 --- busy (at location)
  • 10-7 --- out of service
  • 10-8 --- in service
  • 10-9 --- repeat
  • 10-10 --- 10-6, pending a call (TCSO only)
  • 10-11 --- Speaking too fast
  • 10-12 --- is subject listening?
  • 10-13 --- weather conditions
  • 10-14 --- transporting juvenile
  • 10-15 --- transporting someone in custody
  • 10-16 --- transporting someone not in custody
  • 10-17 --- paperwork/equipment
  • 10-18 --- guard duty (TCSO only)
  • 10-19 --- go to location
  • 10-20 --- what is your location?
  • 10-21 --- phone call
  • 10-22 --- cancel / disregard
  • 10-23 --- standby
  • 10-24 --- ***EMERGENCY SITUATION, NEED BACKUP
  • 10-28 --- vehicle registration
  • 10-29 --- check stolen/wanted / NCIC
  • 10-30 --- against the rules, unprofessional, etc
  • 10-32 --- intoxilizer
  • 10-33 --- ***EMERGENCY, HOLD RADIO TRAFFIC (go 10-63)
  • 10-35 --- confidential info (can't say it over radio)
  • 10-36 --- What's the time?
  • 10-37 --- Identify yourself by name
  • 10-39 --- message delivered
  • 10-42 --- request complete driving record
  • 10-43 --- request driver's license verification
  • 10-45 --- coffee break
  • 10-46 --- meal break
  • 10-47 --- call home / spouse
  • 10-48 --- radio check
  • 10-49 --- bathroom break
  • 10-50 --- no calls holding
  • 10-58 --- hazardous materials spill
  • 10-59 --- traffic stop
  • 10-63 --- ***EMERGENCY TRAFFIC ONLY
  • 10-64 --- cancel 10-63 status, back to normal
  • 10-65 --- stolen vehicle
  • 10-69 --- any calls holding?
  • 10-70 --- Police helicopter out at base/out for fuel
  • 10-71 --- serving civil process (TCSO only)
  • 10-74 --- 10-6 on community relations (TCSO)
  • 10-75 --- intoxicated driver
  • 10-76 --- non injury vehicle accident
  • 10-77 --- possible injury accident (status unknown)
  • 10-78 --- injury accident
  • 10-79 --- hit and run accident
  • 10-85 --- person possibly needing mental health treatment
  • 10-89 --- 10-6 on part time job (TCSO)
  • 10-90 --- officer welfare check / are you okay?
  • 10-92 --- serving protective order (TCSO)
  • 10-93 --- alarm canceled by alarm co
  • 10-95 --- false alarm (intrusion alarm disposition)
  • 10-97 --- arrived on scene

Tulsa County Sheriff

Main Dispatch is on 800MHz, but deputies also have VHF radios (155.070MHz) which are still used for car-to-car communication and backup.

Unit Designators

  • Adam -- Midnight Shift Patrol
  • Baker -- Day Shift Patrol
  • Charlie -- Civil Deputies (but often respond to calls)
  • David -- Transportation (incoming prisoners and mental patients)
  • Delta -- DA's Investigators
  • Edward -- Evening Shift Patrol
  • Frank -- Deputies in the FTO program
  • Henry -- Domestic Violence Task Force
  • Ida -- Internal Affairs
  • John -- Jail Units (mostly only supervisors have call signs)
  • King -- Courtroom Security (includes specialty units such as court services)
  • Lincoln -- Captains
  • Mary -- Traffic
  • Nora -- Reserved for TPD when using county freqs
  • Ocean -- Records
  • Paul -- Administrative services (training, human resources, etc.)
  • Queen -- not used
  • Robert -- Reserve Deputies (Reserve Deputy Supervisors use a 1 or 2 digit call sign */ Reserve Deputies have 3 digit call signs)
  • Sam -- Command Level Staff
  • Tom -- Jail Transportation (jail to courthouse)
  • Union -- No longer used
  • Victor -- Vo-tech units
  • William -- Not used
  • Xray -- Community policing
  • Young -- Not used
  • Zebra -- Investigations

Tulsa, City of

Tulsa Police Department

The Tulsa Police Department has 3 patrol divisions:

  1. Gilcrease Division (North)
  2. Mingo Valley Division (East)
  3. Riverside Division (Southwest)

Unit Designators

Gilcrease Division (North) includes the downtown business district.

  • Adam: North Tulsa
  • Baker: Downtown Tulsa
  • Charlie: 11th street to Dawson Rd
  • David: Lewis to Sheridan

Gilcrease Division Patrol Time (Squad meeting is 15 Min before time listed) Day: 0630-1630HRS Evening: 1600-0200HRS Night: 2130-0730HRS


Mingo Valley Division (East) includes the northeastern section of the city and patrols the most heavily populated and traveled section of the city. UDE contains the busiest retail and entertainment corridor in Tulsa on 71st Street east of Memorial.

  • Edward: North of 21st S and S of 46SN from Sheridan to 129EA
  • Frank: South of 21 to 51, East of Sheridan and West of Garnett
  • George: Admrial to 51, Garnett to 273EA
  • Henry: S of 51 to 101, East of Sheridan and West of Garnett

Mingo Valley Division Patrol times (squad meeting is 15 Min before times listed) Day: 0700-1500 Evening: 1600-0200 Night: 2130-0730


Riverside Division (Southwest) covers a majority of south Tulsa and the area west of the Arkansas River.

  • Ida: W of Harvard to Sheridan, 121St to 41
  • John: S of 11st to 41st, Lewis to sherdian
  • King: N of 81 S of 41st, Riverside to Harvard
  • Lincoln: West of River
  • Zebra: Traffic units

Riveside Division Patrol times (squad meeting is 15 min before time listed) Day: 0730-1530 Evening: 1630-0230 Night: 2130-0730

Other Designators

  • K9: Canine Units
  • Mary:Training
  • Nora: Chaplains
  • Ocean: Records
  • Paul: Systems Development and Support
  • Robert: Chief's Section
  • Sam: Animal Control
  • Tom: Administration
  • Union: Detectives -- Property Crimes
  • Victor: Detectives -- Crimes against Persons
  • William: Special Investigations
  • X-Ray: Motorcycles, Mounted reserves
  • Young: SOT, Bomb Squad, RID, Units, 55 Units


Tulsa 911 Center Employees work 8 hour shifts.

Tulsa Fire Department

  • Knox Boxes -- Knox Boxes are key boxes in certain fire apparatus that hold master keys for certain building in that company's response area. The captain will switch to J, radio Main to have them open their knox box, Fire Main will transmit a DTMF string that unlocks the box.

Tulsa Live Traffic Accident Link (provided by the Tulsa Fire Department)

EMSA -- Emergency Medical Services Authority

EMSA Post Locations

  • Post 1. 46 ST N / LEWIS
  • Post 2. 244/SHERIDAN
  • Post 3. 25WA/KEYSTONE EXP
  • Post 4. I244/UTICA AVE
  • Post 5. 11TH/129TH E AVE
  • Post 6. ADAMS/MORROW - SAND SPRINGS
  • Post 7. 51/UNION AVE
  • Post 8. 31/YALE AVE
  • Post 9. 31/HWY 169
  • Post 10. 21/145 E AVE
  • Post 11. 51/HARVARD AVE
  • Post 12. 61/HWY 169
  • Post 13. 61/SHERIDAN AVE
  • Post 14. 101/DELAWARE AVE
  • Post 15. 101/MEMORIAL DR
  • Post 16. 151/MEMORIAL DR
  • Post 17. 15/DENVER AVE
  • Post 18. 26/MEMORIAL DR
  • Post 19. 48/PEORIA AVE
  • Post 20. I44/161 E AVE
  • Post 21. I44/193 E AVE
  • Post 22. MAIN/ELM - JENKS


Life Flight Medical Helicopters

Tulsa Life Flight has a base at Richard Lloyd Jones Jr Airport where aircraft are based and fueled. Primary dispatch is through OKWIN.

OKWIN P25

DEC HEX Mode Alpha Tag Description
1889  761  MediFlight  MediFlight Helicopters 
2401  961  Life Flight  Life Flight Helicopters  
2403  963  Air Evac  Air Evac Helicopters 

OKWIN Motorola

DEC HEX Mode Alpha Tag Description
30224  761  MediFlight  MediFlight Helicopters 
38416  961  Life Flight  Life Flight Helicopters 
38448  963  Air Evac  Air Evac Helicopters 

Conventional (Backup and air to air)

Frequency  Input   
License  Type  Tone  Alpha Tag  Description  Mode  Tag 
462.95000  467.95000   WZY371   RM  162.2 PL  Life Flight Medical Helicopters  FMN  EMS Dispatch 
123.02500        BM  CSQ  MedHelicoptr Medical Helicopters -- Air to Air  AM  Aircraft 

See Also: Life Flight Medical Helicopters

Municipalities

Jenks

Police Department Radio Designators

  • Adam: Day Shift Patrol Units
  • Baker: Evening Shift Patrol Units
  • Charile: Night Shift Patrol Units
  • David, Edward, Frank and George are other divisons within the Department.

Jenks Police use the same 10-codes as Tulsa police.

Sand Springs

Day Shift units are 200's Night Shift Units are 100's

Skiatook

Police Radio channel list :

  1. Skiatook PD (155.250)
  2. Mutual Aid (155.490)
  3. Skiatook FD (154.325)
  4. Skiatook Public Works (155.715)
  5. Osage Co SO (156.210 repeater)
  6. Tulsa Co SO (155.070 direct)
  7. Washington Co SO (direct)
  8. Collinsville PD (direct)
  9. Owasso PD (VHF)
  10. Hominy PD (direct)
  11. Pawhuska PD
  12. Skiatook Schools (154.540)

See Also



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