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! ID !! Assignment !! Notes
 
! ID !! Assignment !! Notes
 
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| 1xx, 2xx, 3xx, and 4xx, Paul Units || Patrol units
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| 1-PAUL-xx, 2-PAUL-xx, 3-PAUL-xx, and 4-PAUL-xx || Patrol units
 
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*First number refers to the officer's shift  
 
*First number refers to the officer's shift  
 
*Last two digits correspond to the beat.
 
*Last two digits correspond to the beat.
 
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| 8xx || Supervisors ||
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| ADAM-1 - Adam-4 || Administration – Chief of Police, Assistant Chiefs, Accreditation Manager, and Internal Affairs
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Supervisor and investigator. ||
 
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| ADAM-1 - Adam-4 || Streets Crime Unit ||
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| BOY-1 - Boy-6 || Downtown units/Court Security ||
 
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| BOY-1 - Boy-6 || Downtown units ||
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| CHARLES-56 - Charles-59 || CSAs 'Community Service Aids' || for non injury accidents, traffic control, parking violations and such.
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| CHARLES-56 - Charles-59 || CSAs 'Community Service Aids' || for non injury accidents, traffic control, parking violations and such.Think they usually get off at 3:00 PM.
 
 
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| DAVID-xx || CPD detectives. || 1 David 25 and 1 David 28, working late night/early morning.
 
| DAVID-xx || CPD detectives. || 1 David 25 and 1 David 28, working late night/early morning.
 
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| EDWARD-xx || unknown unit || Have heard them making traffic stops without the Edward/Tom designation as well as special assignment at Ashland High School. Possibly a county unit -- using shift numbers 0, 5, and 7 (i.e., 7 Edward 30)
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| EDWARD-xx || Patrol Unit on Special Assignment || Have heard them making traffic stops without the Edward/Tom designation as well as special assignment at Ashland High School. Both city and county seem to use this designation. It seems to simply replace P in a unit's usual sector/beat designation. Like the Ocean Units, Edward Units quite often have the shift prefix "0."
 
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|EDWARD/TOM-x || Unknown || Possibly Evidence Technician? Have heard them en route to MU Hospital as well as to vehicle accident scenes in Columbia
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|EDWARD/TOM-x || Special Assignment/Traffic Unit ||  
 
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| KING-xx || K-9 units ||  
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|JOHN-x || Prisoner Transport || Always designated 1-John-1.
 
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| LINCOLN-x || Lieutenant?? || Have heard 1-Lincoln-1, 1-Lincoln-2, and 5-Lincoln-5
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| KING-xx || Canine (K-9) units ||  
 
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| TOM-xx || Traffic units || Have heard exclusively making traffic stops
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| LINCOLN-x || Lieutenant || Have heard 1-Lincoln-1, 1-Lincoln-2, and 5-Lincoln-5
 
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| SR-1 - SR-8 || School Resource Officers || assigned to Columbia Public Schools
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| PAUL-xx || Patrol Units || County also uses this designation for deputies assigned to patrol.
 
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| OCEAN ex. 1 Ocean 1 || CID: units not assigned other letter designation ||
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| TOM-xx || Traffic units ||
 
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| GEORGE || Fugitive Unit or Fraud Section (depending on number) ||
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| ROBERT-xx|| School Resource Officers || assigned to Columbia Public Schools per the policy and procedure manual. However, also heard a unit in the northern end of the county use this designation.
 
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| ROBERT-xx || Unknown unit type || County unit. Was in Northern end of the county.
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| OCEAN-x || Community Outreach Unit || Often heard with the shift designation "0" as in zero-ocean-one
 
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| SAM-xx ||Supervisor || Have heard them direct other units, communicate unit assignments to dispatch
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| GEORGE || Fugitive Unit or Fraud Section (depending on number) || *this no longer appears in the handbook as of 10/21/2019 and may be deprecated*
 
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| SAM/TOM-x || Supervisor/Traffic ||  
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| SAM-xx ||Sergeant ||  
 
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| VICTOR || Unknown unit type || Was dispatched as "5 Victor/King" meaning it was also a K9 unit
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| SAM/TOM-x || Traffic Unit Sergeant ||  
 
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| WILLIAM-x || Unknown unit type || Heard a Sergeant ask that 1 William 2 be dispatched to back up another unit
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| VICTOR || Unknown unit type || Was dispatched as "5 Victor/King" meaning it was also a K9 unit. 5 prefix indicates county unit.
 
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| YOUNG-xx || Unknown unit type || County unit. Heard this unit at Ashland/US 63 asking if Highway Patrol needs assistance.
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| WILLIAM-x || Unknown unit type || Heard a Sergeant ask that 1 William 2 be dispatched to back up another unit. 1 Prefix indicates city unit. This designation does not appear in the policy and procedure manual.  
 
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*[https://www.como.gov/police/cpd-policies/ Unit designations described in Columbia PD Policy 302]
 
'''Another Unit ID System:
 
'''Another Unit ID System:
 
  
 
*[http://www.ericcarlson.net/scanner/police.html Click here to go to Police Dispatch Unit ID's similar to Columbia's]
 
*[http://www.ericcarlson.net/scanner/police.html Click here to go to Police Dispatch Unit ID's similar to Columbia's]
  
====Boone County Sheriff's Department Unit IDs====
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====Boone County Sherrif's Dept. Unit IDs====
 
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| 5xx, 7xx, 8xx || Sheriff's Department || There is no apparent pattern to the unit numbers.
 
| 5xx, 7xx, 8xx || Sheriff's Department || There is no apparent pattern to the unit numbers.
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| 8xx || Supervisors || Unconfirmed
 
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| 9xx || warrant round up || used every couple of months they go out for the night and pick up people with a warrant and are also used for special events like the Boone County Fair.
 
| 9xx || warrant round up || used every couple of months they go out for the night and pick up people with a warrant and are also used for special events like the Boone County Fair.
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| J-6x (J-60 and J-61) || prisoner transports || Make frequent trips between the county jail and the Columbia Police Department.
 
| J-6x (J-60 and J-61) || prisoner transports || Make frequent trips between the county jail and the Columbia Police Department.
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| PAUL-x || Deputies assigned to patrol || Example: 5 Paul 5 or 8 Paul 3
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| SAM-xx ||Sergeant ||  ||
 
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| SR-5x || Sheriff's Department School Resource Officers || assigned to schools in Ashland, Hallsville and Sturgeon
 
| SR-5x || Sheriff's Department School Resource Officers || assigned to schools in Ashland, Hallsville and Sturgeon
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| YOUNG-xx || Unknown unit type || County unit. Heard this unit at Ashland/US 63 asking if Highway Patrol needs assistance.
 
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5 Pual 25 is a Boone County Sheriff Deputy; confirmed
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5 Paul 25 is a Boone County Sheriff Deputy; confirmed
  
 
====Centralia Police Department (MO) Radio Frequency Information====
 
====Centralia Police Department (MO) Radio Frequency Information====

Revision as of 22:38, 20 December 2020

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Law Enforcement

Sheriff's Department

Rural Police

  • Rural Police: Columbia, Centralia, Hallsville, Sturgeon, Ashland

'"`UNIQ--freqsubcat-00000001-QINU`"'

Columbia Law Enforcement

155.3100 - shared by County Sheriff and Columbia Police & Ashland PD & Hallsvillie PD
155.4750 - Joint Communications Repeater 
             (Columbia, Howard Co, Ashland, Stugeon, Hallsville)
854.9625 - WQNC847  Repeater-Wideband for Law Ops
152.1200 - WQNG741  FBBS 340 wt power; possibly for paging?

453.4250 - Remote Link 1-Columbia (for 155.7450 R)
453.9250 - Columbia PD RF-2, Remote Link- Columbia (for 155.7450 R)
460.5250 - Columbia PD RF-4, Remote Link- Columbia (for 155.7450 R)

156.1500 - Columbia PD Police Car-to-Car/Detectives [Ch 3]
           (confirmed as having voice inversion/analog encryption available)
  • Columbia Police CH2 has switched from BM to RM. Not sure on the input freq. yet but it is definitely a repeater/mobile system now (Updated 3/01/16)
  • Police Beat Map (Updated 2019)

Unit IDs

Columbia Police Department Unit IDs

ID Assignment Notes
1-PAUL-xx, 2-PAUL-xx, 3-PAUL-xx, and 4-PAUL-xx Patrol units
  • First number refers to the officer's shift
  • Last two digits correspond to the beat.
ADAM-1 - Adam-4 Administration – Chief of Police, Assistant Chiefs, Accreditation Manager, and Internal Affairs

Supervisor and investigator. ||

BOY-1 - Boy-6 Downtown units/Court Security
CHARLES-56 - Charles-59 CSAs 'Community Service Aids' for non injury accidents, traffic control, parking violations and such.
DAVID-xx CPD detectives. 1 David 25 and 1 David 28, working late night/early morning.
EDWARD-xx Patrol Unit on Special Assignment Have heard them making traffic stops without the Edward/Tom designation as well as special assignment at Ashland High School. Both city and county seem to use this designation. It seems to simply replace P in a unit's usual sector/beat designation. Like the Ocean Units, Edward Units quite often have the shift prefix "0."
EDWARD/TOM-x Special Assignment/Traffic Unit
JOHN-x Prisoner Transport Always designated 1-John-1.
KING-xx Canine (K-9) units
LINCOLN-x Lieutenant Have heard 1-Lincoln-1, 1-Lincoln-2, and 5-Lincoln-5
PAUL-xx Patrol Units County also uses this designation for deputies assigned to patrol.
TOM-xx Traffic units
ROBERT-xx School Resource Officers assigned to Columbia Public Schools per the policy and procedure manual. However, also heard a unit in the northern end of the county use this designation.
OCEAN-x Community Outreach Unit Often heard with the shift designation "0" as in zero-ocean-one
GEORGE Fugitive Unit or Fraud Section (depending on number) *this no longer appears in the handbook as of 10/21/2019 and may be deprecated*
SAM-xx Sergeant
SAM/TOM-x Traffic Unit Sergeant
VICTOR Unknown unit type Was dispatched as "5 Victor/King" meaning it was also a K9 unit. 5 prefix indicates county unit.
WILLIAM-x Unknown unit type Heard a Sergeant ask that 1 William 2 be dispatched to back up another unit. 1 Prefix indicates city unit. This designation does not appear in the policy and procedure manual.

Another Unit ID System:

Boone County Sherrif's Dept. Unit IDs

ID Assignment Notes
5xx, 7xx, 8xx Sheriff's Department There is no apparent pattern to the unit numbers.
8xx Supervisors Unconfirmed
9xx warrant round up used every couple of months they go out for the night and pick up people with a warrant and are also used for special events like the Boone County Fair.
D-5x Sheriff's Department detectives Most Boone County Sheriff Detectives Drive 2015 Ford Taurus's the one shown here
J-6x (J-60 and J-61) prisoner transports Make frequent trips between the county jail and the Columbia Police Department.
PAUL-x Deputies assigned to patrol Example: 5 Paul 5 or 8 Paul 3
SAM-xx Sergeant
SR-5x Sheriff's Department School Resource Officers assigned to schools in Ashland, Hallsville and Sturgeon
YOUNG-xx Unknown unit type County unit. Heard this unit at Ashland/US 63 asking if Highway Patrol needs assistance.

5 Paul 25 is a Boone County Sheriff Deputy; confirmed

Centralia Police Department (MO) Radio Frequency Information

  • WPBH443 - add 159.1125 Mobile Extenders (6/13)
24803  Centralia on MOSWIN; a low activity talkgroup.

Missouri Department Of Conservation Unit IDs

Ranger 6 is a either a park ranger in Boone County or a Conservation Agent in Boone County.

Other Departments Unit IDs

Other city police departments in Boone County using Columbia Joint Communications: They are on 155.310.

601 - 606 Ashland Police Department
631 - 634 Hallsville Police Department
660 - 661 Sturgeon Police Department
672 Centralia Police Dept unit

Brevity Codes

  • Columbia seems not to use ten codes
Code-7 CPD officer is out for lunch
10-12
  • either the dispatcher is asking the officer if subject can hear the radio, or
  • officer is enroute somewhere with someone not in custody
10-15 subject in custody in route to police or sheriff department; usually right after they are done saying the are 10-15 they will say they are either enroute to BCJ or CPD for processing.
10-99 subject has warrant

Misc. Frequencies

Ashland

Frequency  License  Type  Alpha Tag  Description  Mode  Tag 
155.04000  WPGX499   BM  Ashld Police Police (freq used on MOSWIN 1-013)  FMN  Law Tac 
173.32500  WQKJ505   Ashland WDD Water Data  Telm  Data 
  • 155.040 Ashland Police Department Dispatch (Nothing heard on this frequency, yet.)




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