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'''Note:''' As of July 2011, Conway Police has consolidated their dispatch with the county communications center. They are no longer dispatched regularly on their old talkgroups.
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==Conway PD Consolidation with Horry County==
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'''In July 2011, Conway PD consolidated their dispatch with Horry County.''' They are now dispatched on the HCPD Central Dispatch talkgroup (64016). Conway's unit numbers begin with "C". Please see the [http://wiki.radioreference.com/index.php/Horry_County_Public_Safety#Conway_Police_Department Horry County Data wiki page] for more information. The Conway PD 10-codes and county 10-codes have minor differences, however the dispositions and signals may not be the same. It's assumed that Conway will be using Horry County's set of signals and codes.
 
'''In July 2011, Conway PD consolidated their dispatch with Horry County.''' They are now dispatched on the HCPD Central Dispatch talkgroup (64016). Conway's unit numbers begin with "C". Please see the [http://wiki.radioreference.com/index.php/Horry_County_Public_Safety#Conway_Police_Department Horry County Data wiki page] for more information. The Conway PD 10-codes and county 10-codes have minor differences, however the dispositions and signals may not be the same. It's assumed that Conway will be using Horry County's set of signals and codes.
  

Revision as of 14:29, 13 July 2011

Note: As of July 2011, Conway Police has consolidated their dispatch with the county communications center. They are no longer dispatched regularly on their old talkgroups.

Conway PD Consolidation with Horry County

In July 2011, Conway PD consolidated their dispatch with Horry County. They are now dispatched on the HCPD Central Dispatch talkgroup (64016). Conway's unit numbers begin with "C". Please see the Horry County Data wiki page for more information. The Conway PD 10-codes and county 10-codes have minor differences, however the dispositions and signals may not be the same. It's assumed that Conway will be using Horry County's set of signals and codes.

Conway Police Codes

  • 10-0 use caution
  • 10-1 signal weak
  • 10-2 signal good
  • 10-3 stop transmitting
  • 10-4 message received
  • 10-5 relay
  • 10-6 busy
  • 10-7 out of service/death
  • 10-8 in service
  • 10-9 repeat
  • 10-10 fight in progress
  • 10-11 animal
  • 10-12 stand by
  • 10-13 traffic offence (e.g. reckless driving, disregarding traffic signal)
  • 10-14 prowler
  • 10-15 disturbance/disorderly
  • 10-16 domestic disturbance
  • 10-17 complainant
  • 10-18 complete ASAP
  • 10-19 return to _____(e.g. signal 51)
  • 10-20 advise location
  • 10-21 call by phone
  • 10-22 disregard
  • 10-23 arrived at scene
  • 10-24 assignment complete
  • 10-25 meet up at _______ (e.g. signal 51)
  • 10-26 shoplifting
  • 10-27 driver license information
  • 10-28 vehicle registration information
  • 10-29 check for warrants
  • 10-30 unauthorized use of radio
  • 10-31 crime in progress
  • 10-32 person with gun
  • 10-33 emergency
  • 10-34 riot
  • 10-35 major crime alert
  • 10-36 correct time
  • 10-37 suspicious vehicle/person
  • 10-38 stopping vehicle
  • 10-39 attempt to locate
  • 10-40 drug activity (FILE 19)
  • 10-41 begin shift
  • 10-42 end shift
  • 10-43 police officer related
  • 10-44 child related
  • 10-45 dead animal in roadway
  • 10-46 assist motorist
  • 10-47 road repairs at _______ (e.g. 16th Ave. and Main St.)
  • 10-48 traffic standard repairs
  • 10-49 traffic light out
  • 10-50 traffic accident
  • 10-51 tow truck needed
  • 10-52 ambulance needed
  • 10-53 road blocked
  • 10-54 forgery/fraud case
  • 10-55 intoxicated driver
  • 10-56 intoxicated pedestrian
  • 10-57 hit and run accident
  • 10-58 direct traffic
  • 10-59 escort
  • 10-60 assaults
  • 10-61 shots fired
  • 10-62 murder
  • 10-63 prepare to copy
  • 10-64 message for local delivery
  • 10-65 vandalism
  • 10-66 suicide
  • 10-67 kidnapping
  • 10-68 runaway
  • 10-69 missing person
  • 10-70 fire related call
  • 10-71 subject is DUS
  • 10-72 check for local warrants/NCIC
  • 10-73 directed patrol
  • 10-74 negative
  • 10-75 officer in foot pursuit
  • 10-76 unit enroute
  • 10-77 estimated time of arrival
  • 10-78 unlawful use of telephone
  • 10-79 notify coroner
  • 10-80 in pursuit
  • 10-81 breathalyzer operator needed
  • 10-82 work school crossing
  • 10-83 work school crossing
  • 10-84 burglary
  • 10-85 larceny from vehicle
  • 10-86 burglary from motel
  • 10-87 larcenies
  • 10-88 advise present phone number
  • 10-89 bomb threat
  • 10-90 alarm
  • 10-91 transport prisoner
  • 10-92 improperly parked vehicle
  • 10-93 sex crimes
  • 10-94 drag racing
  • 10-95 suspect in custody
  • 10-96 mental subject
  • 10-97 warrants/wanted person
  • 10-98 jail break
  • 10-99 stolen vehicle

Signal Codes

  • signal 1 advise (hospital) wreck victims enroute
  • signal 2 wreck victims at (hospital)
  • signal 3 driving under suspended license
  • signal 4 robbery alarm
  • signal 5 handle by mail
  • signal 6 deliver to addressee
  • signal 7 special assignment
  • signal 8 permission to use patrol car for (special assignment)
  • signal 9 radar unit
  • signal 10 permission to run stationary radar
  • signal 11 confidential investigation
  • signal 12 no information available
  • signal 13 intelligence report needed
  • signal 14 check with owner for status
  • signal 15 resume normal operations
  • signal 16 unit calling
  • signal 17 radio check/test signal
  • signal 18 phone the chief
  • signal 19 phone the captain
  • signal 20 pager out of service
  • signal 21 prepare to start assignment
  • signal 22 funeral
  • signal 23 convoy
  • signal 24 house moving
  • signal 25 unable to receive
  • signal 26 out of car-portable radio on
  • signal 27 stay in service
  • signal 28 visitors present
  • signal 29 officials at station
  • signal 30 dispatch needs assistance
  • signal 31 officer serving warrant
  • signal 32 false alarm
  • signal 33 alarm sounding
  • signal 34 alarm inoperative
  • signal 35 check with alarm company
  • signal 36 speeding vehicle
  • signal 37 emergency vehicle locked
  • signal 38 auto fire
  • signal 39 vehicle maintenance/refueling
  • signal 40 permission to go off channel
  • signal 41 go to talkaround channel
  • signal 42 make phone call on radio
  • signal 43 meal break
  • signal 44 restroom break
  • signal 45 send sergeant
  • signal 46 send dectective
  • signal 47 send crime scene officer
  • signal 48 package
  • signal 49 computer out of service
  • signal 50 computer back in service
  • signal 51 at police station
  • signal 52 accident numbers and times
  • signal 53 incident numbers and times
  • signal 54 at satellite station
  • signal 60 foot patrol
  • signal 100 wife

Disposition Codes

  • code A-accident report ("A-number"; used when the officer is filling out a traffic collision report)
  • code E-human error
  • code G-gone upon arrival
  • code I-incident report ("I-number"; used soley for incident reports; CAD numbers are used for other reports such as minor traffic offenses)
  • code J-suspect transported to Horry County Detention Center (J. Ruben Long Detention Cetner)
  • code M-equipment malfunction
  • code NKR-no key holder

Responding code

  • Code O-handled by another agency
  • Code R-situation resolved
  • Code T-ticket
  • Code U-unfounded
  • Code UC-unknown cause
  • Code W-warrant

Conway Patrol Areas/Callsigns

  • A(Alpha)-Along US501 to 16th Ave, up Long Ave. Ext. to HWY65 to SC905 to Waccamaw River (Kingston Area)
  • B(Bravo)-From 16th Ave along US501 to city limits to Long Ave Ext (Homewood and North Conway Area)
  • C(Charlie)-Any city property south of US501 and west of Waccamaw River (Jamestown, Racepath, and South Conway Area)
  • D(Delta)-Any city property east of Waccamaw river (Red Hill Area) (additional patrol officers are assigned to high-crime areas or areas expieriencing unusual crime trends)

Call Numbers

  • (same as badge numbers)
  • 901 Chief
  • 902-904 Captains
  • 906-909 Lieutenants
  • 920-924 Detectives
  • 925-929 Corporals
  • 930-970 Patrol Officers