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===Dare County EMS===
 
===Dare County EMS===
 
*EMS ALL CALL  LONG-B 483.5
 
*EMS ALL CALL  LONG-B 483.5
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*EMS Ops  634.5 788.5
 
*EMS Station 1 Kill Devil Hills    368.5 457.9
 
*EMS Station 1 Kill Devil Hills    368.5 457.9
 
*EMS Station 2 Manteo 368.5 483.5
 
*EMS Station 2 Manteo 368.5 483.5
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===Fire Departments===
 
===Fire Departments===
Rescue tones are used to dispatch that department to an EMS First Responder call. Stations 40-48 "Siren" tones may only sound when the department is dispatched on an actual structural fire, depending on that department's protocol (separate fire siren tones no longer commonly used as of 2016).
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Rescue tones are used to dispatch that department to an EMS First Responder call. Stations 40-48 "Siren" tones may only sound when the department is dispatched on an actual structural fire, depending on that department's protocol (no longer commonly used as of 2016).
  
 
North Beaches Stations
 
North Beaches Stations

Latest revision as of 15:37, 30 December 2019

10 Codes

  • 1 SIGNAL WEAK
  • 2 SIGNAL GOOD
  • 3 STOP TRANSMITTING
  • 4 AFFIRMATIVE (OK)
  • 5 RELAY
  • 6 BUST
  • 7 OUT OF SERVICE
  • 8 IN SERVICE
  • 9 SAY AGAIN
  • 10 NEGATIVE
  • 12 STAND BY (STOP)
  • 13 EXISTING CONDITIONS
  • 15 MESSAGE DELIVERED
  • 16 REPLY TO MESSAGE
  • 17 ENROUTE
  • 18 URGENT
  • 19 (IN) CONTACT
  • 20 LOCATION
  • 21 CALL ______ BY PHONE
  • 22 DISREGARD
  • 23 ARRIVED AT SCENE
  • 24 ASSIGNMENT COMPLETED
  • 25 REPORT TO (MEET)
  • 26 ESTIMATED TIME OF ARRIVAL
  • 27 LICENSE/PERMIT INFORMATION
  • 28 OWNERSHIP INFORMATION (VEHICLE)
  • 29 RECORDS CHECK
  • 30 DANGER/CAUTION
  • 31 PICK UP
  • 32 ___________ UNITS NEEDED (SPECIFIC)
  • 33 HELP ME QUICK
  • 34 TIME
  • 40 FIGHT IN PROGRESS
  • 41 BEGINNING TOUR OF DUTY
  • 42 ENDING TOUR OF DUTY
  • 43 CHASE
  • 44 RIOT
  • 45 BOMB THREAT
  • 46 BANK ALARM
  • 47 COMPLETE ASSIGNMENT QUICKLY
  • 48 DETAINING SUBJECT EXPEDITE
  • 49 DRAG RACING
  • 50 ACCIDENT PD, PI, F
  • 51 WRECKER NEEDED
  • 52 AMBULANCE NEEDED
  • 53 ROAD BLOCKED
  • 54 HIT AND RUN PD, PI, F
  • 55 INTOXICATED DRIVER
  • 56 INTOXICATED PEDESTRIAN
  • 57 REQUEST BREATHALYZER OPERATOR
  • 58 DIRECT TRAFFIC
  • 59 CONVOY OR ESCORT
  • 60 INVESTIGATE SUSPICIOUS VEHICLE
  • 61 STOPPING SUSPICIOUS VEHICLE
  • 62 BURLARY/BREAKING & ENTERING
  • 63 INVESTIGATE _____ AT ________
  • 65 REPORT OF ARMED ROBBERY
  • 66 NOTIFY MEDICAL EXAMINER
  • 68 LIVESTOCK ON HIGHWAY
  • 69 ADVISE TELEPHONE NUMBER
  • 70 IMPROPERLY PARKED VEHICLE
  • 71 IMPROPER USE OF VEHICLE
  • 72 HAVE PRISONER IN CUSTODY
  • 73 MENTAL SUBJECT
  • 74 PRISON OR JAIL BREAK
  • 75 RECORDS INDICATE STOLEN OR W
  • 77 ASSIST FIRE DEPARTMENT
  • 78 ABANDONED VEHICLE
  • 79 VEHICLE FIRE
  • 80 CARELESS & WRECKLESS DRIVER
  • 81 REPORT OF HIGH SPEED
  • 82 DISABLED MOTORIST
  • 83 IMPROPER REGISTARTION
  • 84 OPERATIONS LICENSE VIOLATION
  • 85 MINI BIKE/ GO CART VIOLATION
  • 86 DOMESTIC IN PROGRESS

Signal Codes

  • 01 HOMICIDE
  • 02 RAPE
  • 03 OCEAN RESCUE
  • 04 SPECIAL DUTY
  • 05 OBSERVING
  • 06 DRUG CASE
  • 07 MEET ME AT
  • 08 EQUIPMENT OR SUPPLIES
  • 09 10-7 MEAL (GIVE LOCATION)
  • 10 SUICIDE (USE WORDING POSSIBLE IF NEEDED)
  • 11 PREPARE FOR EMERGENCY DUTY MAINTAIN RADIO/TELEPHONE CONTACT
  • 12 REPORT TO ____ AT ____ FOR EMERGENCY DUTY/ASSIGNMENT
  • 13 CONVICTION REVOCATION FOR OFFENSE OTHER THAN DWI
  • 14 CURRENT SUSPENSION/REVOCATION FOR OFFENSE OTHER THAN DWI
  • 15 10-6 WITH VIOLATOR/SUSPECT IN VEHICLE CAN'T SPEAK AT THIS TIME
  • 16 CAN'T SAY OR ADVISE BY RADIO
  • 17 VEHICLE OF PERSON POSSIBLY CONTAINS CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES
  • 18 ACCIDENT/INCIDENT INVOLVING HAZARDOUS MATERIAL
  • 19 SEARCH WARRANT
  • 20 ADVISE S.E.R.T. TEAM MEMBERS
  • 21 COVERING DISTRICT WITH (1) DEPUTY
  • 22 COVERING (2) DISTRICTS
  • 23 MESSAGE REQUIRING SPECIAL HANDNLING (ANSWER IS REQUESTED)
  • 24 25 _____NEEDS IMMEDIATE ASSISTANCE TO MAKE ARREST OF RESISTING PERSON REPORT
  • 26 PIN COMPUTER TERMINAL TEMPORARILY OUT OF SERVCE
  • 27 28 29 SLOW YOUR RESPONSE
  • 30 CAUTION/DANGER (ALSO USE THIS WHEN ALERTING OFFICERS OF ARMED SUSPECTS OR WEAPONS)
  • "C" FELON
  • "B" REGISTERED SEX OFFENDER

Department paging tones

Primary county VHF dispatching frequency 155.7375 MHz

  • ALL-CALL LONG-B (Activates all pagers countywide) 539.0

Dare County EMS

  • EMS ALL CALL LONG-B 483.5
  • EMS Ops 634.5 788.5
  • EMS Station 1 Kill Devil Hills 368.5 457.9
  • EMS Station 2 Manteo 368.5 483.5
  • EMS Station 3 Buxton 368.5 539.0
  • EMS Station 4 Southern Shores 389.0 483.5
  • EMS Station 5 Nags Head 410.8 349.0
  • EMS Station 6 Rodanthe 410.8 368.5
  • EMS Station 7 Dare Medflight (Manteo Airport) 389.0 349.0
  • EMS Station 8 Manns Harbor 410.8 389.0

Fire Departments

Rescue tones are used to dispatch that department to an EMS First Responder call. Stations 40-48 "Siren" tones may only sound when the department is dispatched on an actual structural fire, depending on that department's protocol (no longer commonly used as of 2016).

North Beaches Stations

  • FIRE ALL CALL LONG-B 617.3
  • North Carolina Forest Service (Manteo) 368.5 433.7
  • Station 11 Duck Volunteer Fire Department Fire 330.5 433.7 Rescue 330.5 457.9
  • Station 12 Southern Shores Volunteer Fire Department Fire 483.5 330.5 Rescue 483.5 349.0 (East station Hwy 12 & E. Dogwood, South Station beside KHES)
  • Station 13 Kitty Hawk Fire Department Fire 433.7 368.5 Rescue 433.7 349.0
  • Station 14 Kill Devil Hills Fire Department Fire 349.0 539.0 Rescue 349.0 433.7
  • Station 15 Colington Volunteer Fire Department Fire 330.5 349.0 Rescue 330.5 368.5
  • Station 16 Nags Head Fire Department Fire 410.8 330.5 Rescue 483.5 368.5
  • Station 20 (Former NHVFD station, now NHOR HQ, no longer utilized as a fire station)
  • Station 21 Nags Head Fire Department (South Nags Head Station) 410.8 539.0 Rescue 410.8 510.5

Mainland Stations

  • Station 17 Roanoke Island Volunteer Fire Department Fire 368.5 389.0 Rescue 368.5 410.8 (North station Manteo, South station Wanchese)
  • Station 18 Manns Harbor Volunteer Fire Department 330.5 410.8
  • Station 19 Stumpy Point Volunteer Fire Department 433.7 330.5
  • Station 22 Dare County Regional Airport (Crash truck and boat, Manteo) 433.7 389.0

Hatteras Island Stations

  • Station 35 Hatteras Island Rescue Squad (Buxton) 410.8 433.7
  • Station 40 Hatteras Volunteer Fire Department 330.5 539.0 Siren 389.0 330.5
  • Station 42 Frisco Volunteer Fire Department Pager 368.5 510.5 Siren 368.5 330.5
  • Station 44 Buxton Volunteer Fire Department Pager 349.0 368.5 Siren 349.0 330.5
  • Station 46 Avon Volunteer Fire Department Pager 539.0 389.0 Siren 539.0 330.5
  • Station 48 Salvo Volunteer Fire Department Pager 457.9 349.0 Siren 457.9 330.5
  • Station 50 Chicamacomico Volunteer Fire Department (Rodanthe) 368.5 349.0

Ocean Rescue Units

  • Kill Devil Hills Ocean Rescue 330.5 510.5
  • Kitty Hawk Ocean Rescue 410.8 457.9
  • Nags Head Ocean Rescue 410.8 483.5
  • Surf Rescue (Duck & Southern Shores) 433.7 410.8

Unit numbers & IDs

Beach Law (No longer applicable as of 2016):

  • NHPD - lower 100's
  • KDHPD - lower 600's (Animal control 630+)
  • KHPD - upper 100's
  • SSPD - lower 200's
  • Duck PD - lower 700's

Sheriff (No longer applicable as of 2016):

  • Colington/Northern beaches area patrol - Adam units
  • Roanoke Island & Mainland Dare patrol - Bravo Units
  • Hatteras Island patrol - Charlie units
  • "D" Units
  • "S" units
  • Tango units (Traffic)
  • Inter-facility inmate transport - Transport units
  • Zebra units (Drug task force)
  • Manteo PD - 80's
  • National Park Service (Hatteras Island) - Park Service 4xx/5xx

EMS:

  • Ambulance's use 2 digits, the first digit represents the station it's based out of and the second number represents which ambulance it is
  • EMS supervisors - lower 300's ("fly cars" may be referred to as QRV-x units now)
  • Dare Medflight pilots - lower 400's

Fire:

  • First two digits represent station. Numbers above xx20 represent officers or other individual firefighters. All other nomenclature is self explanatory when heard and can vary widely by department.
  • Fire Marshal - "FM-1" (formerly 940)

Ocean Rescue:

  • NH, KDH, and KH Ocean rescue supervisors - above xx50 (first two digits represent the town's fire station number designation)
  • Surf Rescue supervisors (Duck/Southern Shores/Dare County unincorporated beaches) - lower 900's
  • Individual lifeguards are identified by the beach access they serve or by last name
  • lifeguards on beach ATV patrol are identified as "Bike xx"

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