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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