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Codes/Units/Station Lists

Chatham-Kent Police Radio Codes

  • 10-1 - Receiving Poorly
  • 10-2 - Receiving Well
  • 10-3 - All Units Stop Transmitting
  • 10-6 - Busy; stand by unless urgent
  • 10-7 - Out of service
  • 10-8 - In service
  • 10-9 - Repeat
  • 10-10 - At Officers Home Residence
  • 10-12 - Off For Lunch
  • 10-13 - Passenger On Board
  • 10-19 - Heading To Chatham HQ
  • 10-23 - Meet Up
  • 10-27 - Driver's license query
  • 10-28 - Vehicle registration information
  • 10-29 - Check records for wanted
  • 10-30 - Improper Use Of Radio
  • 10-33 - Emergency
  • 10-34 - Prisoner Car Needed
  • 10-38 - Traffic Stop
  • 10-39 - Switch To Querry
  • 10-43 - Bathroom Break
  • 10-45 - Obvious Dead Person
  • 10-50 - Motor Vehicle Collision
  • 10-51 - Tow truck needed
  • 10-52 - Ambulance needed
  • 10-60 - Subject negative
  • 10-61 - Subject has record; not wanted
  • 10-62 - Subject possibly wanted
  • 10-63 - Subject positive hit
  • 10-64 - Proceed with caution
  • 10-65 - Assist re: wanted person
  • 10-66 - Subject in observation catagory
  • 10-67 - Subject in parole catagory
  • 10-68 Subject in charged category
  • 10-70 - Subject in probation category
  • 10-71 - Subject in refused category
  • 10-72 - Subject in prohibited category
  • 10-74 - Subject is missing
  • 10-75 - Subject in pointer person category
  • 10-78 - Back Up Unit
  • 10-90 - Alarm
  • 10-99 - Emergency Clear
  • 914 - Possess stolen property
  • 981 - Suicide
  • Priority 0 - Highest response crime in progress. Lights and Sirens
  • Priority 1 - Respond immediately Lights on, siren optional
  • Priority 2 - Non emergency call, No lights or siren
  • Priority 3 - Lowest priory. Respond when possible


Flag Alpha - Armed and Dangerous Flag Charlie - Contagious Disease Flag Echo - Escape Risk Flag Foxtrot - History of Family Violence Flag Mike - Mental Instability Flag Sierra - Suicidal Tendencies Flag Victor - Violent Flag Whisky - Known to carry weapons

Chatham-Kent Police Service

  • Chatham - Headquarters

P.O. Box 366 24 Third Street Chatham, Ontario N7M 5K5

  • Wallaceburg

786 Dufferin Street Wallaceburg, Ontario N8A 2V3

  • Tilbury

19 Superior Street Tilbury, Ontario N0P 2L0

  • Ridgetown

45 Main Street East Ridgetown, Ontario N0P 2C0

  • Blenheim

35 George Street Blenheim, Ontario N0P 2A0

Chatham Kent Police Service Districts/Platoons

  • North Zone (Formerly District 1) - Deployed from Wallaceburg Covering Dresden, Thamesville, Bothwell, Dover, Mitchell's Bay, Pain Court, Tupperville.
  • Zone North 1 Covers West half of Wallaceburg to the north half of the Sydenham River extending west to Walpole Island, North to Kent Lone and South to Baseline Rd
  • Zone North 2 Covers Eastern half of Wallaceburg from the North branch of the Sydenham, River easterly to Mandaumin Rd, North to Kent Lone and South to Baseline Rd and covering Tupperville
  • Zone North 3 Covers Rural areas East and South of North Zone 1 and North Zone 3 including Tupperville, Mitchell's Bay, Grande Pointe, Pain Court and Dover
  • Zone North 4 Covers East of Mandaumin Rd to Clachan Rd and follows Long Woods Rd to Communication Rd


  • South Zone (Formerly District 2) - Deployed from Tilbury, Blenheim and Ridgetown covering Erieau, Wheatley, Highgate, Morpeth, North Buxton, South Buxton, Port Alma, Fletcher, Merlin, Clachlan, Rondeau and Shrewsbury.
  • South 1 Zone Covers Tilbury. West of Drake Rd, Tecumseh Line South to Middle Line
  • South 2 Zone Covers Wheatley and Merlin. West of Bloomfield Rd, Highway 401 south to Talbot Trail
  • South 3 Zone Covers Charing Cross, Blenheim, Erieau and Rondeau Park. East of Bloomfield Rd to Kent Bridge Rd, Highway 401 South to Lake Erie
  • South 4 Zone Covers Ridgetown and Shrewsberry. West of Clachan Rd to Kent Bridge Rd, South of Longwoods Rd to Lake Erie


  • Central (Formerly District 4) Covers the city of Chatham and some surrounding farm communities. District 4 is the largest population based area in Chatham-Kent and is the location of Headquarters. District 4 is also the home of the Traffic Management Unit and all Marked and Unmarked Traffic vehicles are stored at their Traffic Office outside of the city along with the C.I.R.T Armored Truck. Auxiliary Unit, Canine, Chaplains, Child Abuse, Court Services, C.I.D./Major Crime Unit, C.I.R.T. Domestic Violence Unit, Emergency Communications, Evidence/Property Management, Forensic ID/CSI, HELP team/Mobile Crisis Team, Honor Guard, Intelligence Section, Marine Unit, Records Management, Traffice Services, Training/Careers, Victim Services and Youth Officers all work out of HQ

District 4 also has a 1911 24 foot Limestone Marine unit

  • Central 1 Zone Covers West of Sandys St to Winter Line Rd. McNaughton Ave West South to the river
  • Central 2 Zone Covers Pioneer Line South to McNaughton Ave to Bear Line and Price Albert Rd and Grand Ave East
  • Central 3 Zone Covers East of Sandys St to Taylor Ave, South of McNaughton Ave to the river
  • Central 4 Zone Covers East of Queen St to Maple Leaf Dr, Park Ave to the river
  • Central 5 Zone Covers West of Queen St to Bloomfield Rd, Park Ave West to the river
  • Central 6 Zone Covers West of Communication Rd to Dillon Rd, North of Highway 401 to Park Ave

Chatham Kent Police Service Sections

  • Auxillary Unit
  • Canine
  • Chaplains
  • Child Abuse
  • Court Services
  • C.I.D./Major Crime Unit
  • Domestic Violence Unit
  • Emergency Communications
  • Evidence/Property Management
  • Forensic ID/CSI
  • HELP team/Mobile Crisis Team
  • Honor Guard
  • Intelligence Section
  • Marine Unit
  • Records Management
  • Traffic Services
  • Training/Careers
  • Victim Services
  • Youth Officers
  • Mounted Unit
  • C.I.R.T Critical Incident Response Team

C.I.R.T Critical Incident Response Team

  • The C.I.R.T. consists of designated officers who are highly trained in tactical response and perimeter management. The CKPS is one of few agencies in the province for which a course training standard has been approved.
  • The team is comprised of 14 officers, including 2 supervisors who are responsible for admin training, budget, equipment and deployment requirements. There are 2 team leaders, 11 officers from the Community Patrol Branch, Community Priority Action Team and the Criminal Investigation Division.
  • C.I.R.T is activated whenever the possibliity of a armed resistence exist or where a significant level of violence might be expected. C.I.R.T responds ro scences where firearms have been observed and when there are otherwise armed or barricaded person.

C.I.R.T. mebers have been trained for'

  • High-risk arrest and search warrants
  • Ground search for missing and wanted persons
  • Special assignments VIP security, high-risk prisoner escorts, witness protection and strikes.
  • C.I.R.T. has 2 Ford Explorer SUV's 1 Ex Ford EMS Truck, and a Ex Brinks Armored Truck. Members also drive normal marked and unmarked cruisers.


Chatham Kent Police Service ID's

  • 10X Wallaceburg/Dresden/Tupperville/Grande Pointe/Mitchell's Bay
  • 20X Thamesville/ Ridgetown/ Blenheim
  • 30X Tilbury/ Merlin/ Lake Erie/ North&South Buxton/ Port Alma/ Fletcher
  • 40X Chatham
  • 50X Detective Portables
  • 6XX Supervisors/CIRT Unit/K9/Forensic ID/Traffic Units/Court Services/Motor Bikes

Chatham-Kent EMS Pager frequency

  • 413.8875 Tone 136.5 PL


Chatham-Kent EMS Apparatus

  • 1347-Supervisor 1348-Supervisor 1349-Supervisor 1350-Blenheim ERU 1017 1115 1130-Chatham 1131 1132-Chatham 1133 1134-Ridgetown 1135-Blenheim 1153 1154-Tilbury 1165-Wallaceburg 1232 1270-Tilbury

Chatham-Kent EMS Toneouts

Station Location Tone 1 Tone 2
Chatham Base 330.2 422.1
Tilbury Base 539.0 669.9
Thamesville Base 389.0 422.1
Blenheim Base 484.0 379.0
Ridgetown Base 510.5 634.5
Wallaceburg Base 539.0 832.5

Chatham-Kent Fire Toneouts

Pager Test at 6pm daily.

Station Location Tone 1 Tone 2 Pager Test Day
Station 1/2 Chatham 569.9 900.8 Daily 8am
Station 3 Wallaceburg 335.9 411.6 Daily 8am
Station 4 Dover 358.6 NONE Monday
Station 5 Tupperville 707.3 879.0 Wednesday
Station 6 Dresden 288.5 1092.4 Saturday
Station 7 Chatham South 330.5 NONE Thursday
Station 8 Thamesville 832.5 539.0 Tuesday
Station 9 Bothwell 979.9 953.7 Thursday
Station 10 Orford (Highgate) 330.5 349.0 Saturday
Station 11 Ridgetown 688.3 NONE Tuesday
Station 12 Harwich North 421.7 NONE Thursday
Station 14 Erieau 330.5 378.6 Friday
Station 15 Raleigh North 445.7 NONE Saturday
Station 16 Raleigh South 470.5 NONE
Station 17 Merlin 422.1 NONE Saturday
Station 18 Blenheim 399.8 NONE Monday
Station 19 Tilbury 553.9 NONE Monday
Station 20 Wheatley 321.7 1153.4 Wednesday

Chatham-Kent Fire Department Ranks

RANK CREST STRIPING CAP SLIP ON'S "EPAULETTES"
Chief Gold 5 Gold Stripes Officer Double Row 5 Gold Stripes
Assistant Chief Gold 4 Gold Stripes Officer Single Row 4 Gold Stripes
Platoon Chief Gold 3 Gold Stripes Officer 3 Gold Stripes
Station Chief Gold 2 Gold Stripes Officer 2 Gold Stripes
Captain Gold 1 Gold Stripe Officer 1 Gold Stripe
Acting Captain Silver 1 Silver Stripe Firefighter 1 Silver Stripe
Firefighter Silver None Firefighter None
Prevention Officer Gold 1 Gold Stripe Officer 1 Gold Stripe
Inspector Gold None Officer None
Public Education Gold None Officer None

Chatham-Kent Fire Department Station List

  • Station 1 Chatham (City South)
  • Station 2 Chatham (City North)
  • Station 3 Wallaceburg
  • Station 4 Dover(Grand Point)
  • Station 5 Chatham Twp North(Tupperville)
  • Station 6 Dresden
  • Station 7 Chatham Twp South(Longwoods Rd & Center Side Rd)
  • Station 8 Thamesville
  • Station 9 Bothwell
  • Station 10 Orford Township(Highgate)
  • Station 11 Ridgetown
  • Station 12 Harwich North
  • Station 14 Erieau
  • Station 15 Raleigh North(6th Line & Bloomfield Rd)
  • Station 16 Raleigh South
  • Station 17 Merlin
  • Station 18 Blenheim
  • Station 19 Tilbury
  • Station 20 Wheatley

Fire Service ID's

Chatham-Kent Fire Service ID's for the Thames Communications P25 system

10001 Dispatch Console 1
10002 Dispatch Console 2
10003 Dispatch Console 3
10004 Dispatch Console 4
10005 Dispatch Console 5
10006 Dispatch Console 6

7796 Chatham Kent Fire Emergency Operation Center

10191 CK 1 Fire Chief Office
13701 CK 1 Fire Chief Portable
10101 CK 1 Fire Chief Mobile
10192 CK 2 Assistant Fire Chief Office
13702 CK 2 Assistant Fire Chief Portable
10102 CK 2 Assistant Fire Chief Mobile
10193 CK 3 Assistant Fire Chief Office
13703 CK 3 Assistant Fire Chief Portable
10103 CK 3 Assistant Fire Chief Mobile
10194 CK 4 Assistant Fire Chief Office
13704 CK 4 Assistant Fire Chief Portable
10104 CK 4 Assistant Fire Chief Mobile
10195 CK 5 Assistant Fire Chief Office
13705 CK 5 Assistant Fire Chief Portable
10105 CK 5 Assistant Fire Chief Mobile
13706 CK 6 Assistant Fire Chief Portable


10191 CK 1 Office
10192 CK 2 Office
10193 CK 3 Office
10194 CK 4 Office
10195 CK 5 Office

10100 Station 1 Chatham
10111 1-11 Chatham Pumper
10113 1-13 Chatham Rescue/Command Post
10114 1-14 Chatham Ladder
10115 1-15 Chatham Boat
10121 1-21 Chatham Pumper

10200 Station 2 Chatham
10211 2-11 Chatham Pumper
10214 2-14 Chatham Ladder

10300 Station 3 Wallaceburg
10311 3-11 Wallaceburg Pumper
10312 3-12 Wallaceburg Tanker
10313 3-13 Wallaceburg Rescue
10314 3-14 Wallaceburg Ladder
10315 3-15 Wallaceburg Boat

10400 Station 4 Dover
10411 4-11 Dover Pumper
10412 4-12 Dover Tanker
10413 4-13 Dover Rescue

10500 Station 5 Tupperville
10511 5-11 Tupperville Pumper
10512 5-12 Tupperville Tanker
10513 5-13 Tupperville Rescue

10600 Station 6 Dresden
10611 6-11 Dresden Pumper
10612 6-12 Dresden Tanker
10613 6-13 Dresden Rescue
10614 6-14 Dresden Ladder

10700 Station 7 Chatham South
10711 7-11 Chatham South Pumper
10712 7-12 Chatham South Tanker
10713 7-13 Chatham South Rescue

10800 Station 8 Thamesville
10811 8-11 Thamesville Pumper
10812 8-12 Thamesville Tanker
10813 8-13 Thamesville Rescue

10900 Station 9 Bothwell
10911 9-11 Bothwell Pumper
10912 9-12 Bothwell Tanker
10913 9-13 Bothwell Rescue

11000 Station 10 Highgate
11011 10-11 Highgate Pumper
11012 10-12 Highgate Tanker
11013 10-13 Highgate Rescue

11100 Station 11 Ridgetown
11111 11-11 Ridgetown Pumper
11112 11-12 Ridgetown Tanker
11113 11-13 Ridgetown Rescue
11114 11-14 Ridgetown Ladder
11122 11-22 Ridgetown Tanker

11200 Station 12 Harwich North
11211 12-11 Harwich North Pumper
11212 12-12 Harwich North Tanker
11213 12-13 Harwich North Rescue

11400 Station 14 Erieau
11411 14-11 Erieau Pumper
11413 14-13 Erieau Rescue
11415 14-15 Erieau Boat

11500 Station 15 Raleigh North
11511 15-11 Raleigh North Pumper
11512 15-12 Raleigh North Tanker
11513 15-13 Raleigh North Rescue

11600 Station 16 Raleigh South
11611 16-11 Raleigh South Pumper
11612 16-12 Raleigh South Tanker
11613 16-13 Raleigh South Rescue

11700 Station 17 Merlin
11711 17-11 Merlin Pumper
11712 17-12 Merlin Tanker
11713 17-13 Merlin Rescue

11800 Station 18 Blenheim
11811 18-11 Blenheim Pumper
11812 18-12 Blenheim Tanker
11813 18-13 Blenheim Rescue
11814 18-14 Blenheim Ladder
11823 18-23 Blenheim Rescue

11900 Station 19 Tilbury
11911 19-11 Tilbury Pumper
11912 19-12 Tilbury Tanker
11913 19-13 Tilbury Rescue
11914 19-14 Tilbury Ladder
11923 19-23 Tilbury Rescue

12000 Station 20 Wheatley
12011 20-11 Wheatley Pumper
12012 20-12 Wheatley Tanker
12013 20-13 Wheatley Rescue

10181 Support 1
10182 Support 2
10183 Support 3
10184 Support 4
10185 Support 5
10186 Support 6


13001 Captain 1
13002 Captain 2
13003 Captain 3
13004 Captain 4

19911 99-11 Spare Pumper
19913 99-13 Spare Rescue

Apparatus numbering convention: XXYZ

  • XX - Station number
  • Y - Number of type of apparatus
  • Z - Type of apparatus
    • 1 - Pumper
    • 2 - Tanker
    • 3 - Rescue
    • 4 - Ladder/Aerial
    • 5 - Boat
  • Example
    • 2011 Station 20, 1st pumper
    • 1823 Station 18, 2nd Rescue

OPP Soft ID's

Soft ID Service Area Detachment Detachment Location

Ontario Provincial Police

  • CHATHAM-KENT DETACHMENT

535 Park Avenue East Chatham, ON N7M 5J4

Chatham-Kent OPP Detachment is responsible for providing policing to all provincial areas of the Municipality of Chatham-Kent, consisting primarily of traffic and marine safety. Highway enforcement and response to calls for service occurs along a 66 kilometre stretch of Highway 401 between Essex and Elgin Counties. The detachment also oversees enforcement on a 42 kilometre stretch of Highway 40 running through Chatham-Kent to the border with Lambton County. Our detachment is also impacted by the Windsor-Detroit border crossing to the west of our patrol area and the Sarnia-Port Huron border crossing to our north. Chatham-Kent encompasses several bodies of water – Lake Erie, Lake St. Clair and the Thames and Sydenham Rivers. Due to this, and a heavy recreational boating population, we maintain a full-time Marine Unit during the boating months. The role of this unit is patrol, enforcement, education and response to calls for service on the water.Our detachment provides logistical and administrative support to officers working on the Delaware Nation Territory, known as Moraviantown, as well as policing to that community when called upon. We also are responsible for law enforcement and safety, in conjunction with Park Wardens, at both Wheatley and Rondeau Provincial Parks. These parks are primarily busy in the summer, when thousands of campers and day-users take advantage of the natural benefits the parks have to offer.

  • 6 Delta 00 Chatham-Kent County Wide
  • 6 Delta 70_ Moravian First Nation