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* [http://www.mdsp.org/Home.aspx Maryland State Police homepage]
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==MSP and County Trunks==
 
==MSP and County Trunks==
 
MSP has been allocated portables (and in some cases mobile units) to communicate with the trunk system in the area they serve.
 
MSP has been allocated portables (and in some cases mobile units) to communicate with the trunk system in the area they serve.
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; Notes
 
; Notes
* Talkgroups in {{color|red|red}} are allocated on the indicated trunk system but unused
 
 
* Talkgroups in {{color|blue|blue}} are used on a digital system, and require a [[:Category:Digital Scanners|digital trunktracker]] to copy
 
* Talkgroups in {{color|blue|blue}} are used on a digital system, and require a [[:Category:Digital Scanners|digital trunktracker]] to copy
* Encrypted talkgroups are not listed
 
* Talkgroups on EDACS system are given in AFS format
 
# = shared with Sheriff Dispatch
 
# = X2-TDMA talkgroup. Requires use of [[PSR-800]] to copy. May be copied by digital trunktracker if running in FDMA mode.
 
  
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# = Uses Phase II system. See this [[APCO_Project_25#Scanner_Support_for_TDMA|page]] for a list of compatible scanners
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# = Patched into the [http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?sid=615 Upper Maryland Eastern Shore Consortium] and the [http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?sid=3606 Dorchester County] trunks
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# = Uses [http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?sid=7214 FiRST], which is Phase II. Please see the [[Maryland State Police and the FiRST Migration]] article for talkgroups.
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# = Patched into the [http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?sid=615 Upper Maryland Eastern Shore Consortium] trunk
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# = Now using [http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?sid=6859 CMARC], which uses Phase 1
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!Frequency
 
!Frequency
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|-
 
|-
 
|39.42  
 
|39.42  
|Waterloo  
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|Waterloo<sup>3</sup>
 
|A  
 
|A  
 
|[http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?sid=1707 Howard County]   
 
|[http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?sid=1707 Howard County]   
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|Frederick  
 
|Frederick  
 
|B  
 
|B  
|[http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?sid=384 Frederick County]
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|[http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?sid=7321 Frederick County P25]
|1872, 1904
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|{{color|blue|5668, 5669}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
|39.24  
 
|39.24  
 
|Cumberland  
 
|Cumberland  
 
|C  
 
|C  
|[http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?sid=4075 Allegheny County]  
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||  
|{{color|red|0-02-018}}
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|-
 
|-
 
|39.34  
 
|39.34  
|Bel Air
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|BelAir<sup>3,5</sup>
 
|D  
 
|D  
|[http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?sid=2846 Harford County]  
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|[http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?sid=6859 CMARC]  
|{{color|blue|36000, 36032, 36048}}
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|{{color|blue|10651,10652}}
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|-
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||
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||
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|D
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||
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|{{color|blue|7302}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
|39.46  
 
|39.46  
|Salisbury  
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|Salisbury <sup>3</sup>
 
|E  
 
|E  
 
|[http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?sid=1559 Wicomico County]  
 
|[http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?sid=1559 Wicomico County]  
 
|2512, 3344
 
|2512, 3344
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|-
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|39.84
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|NorthEast <sup>3</sup> 
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|F
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||   
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|-
 
|-
 
|39.52  
 
|39.52  
 
|Westminster  
 
|Westminster  
 
|G  
 
|G  
|[http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?sid=381 Carroll County]   
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|[http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?sid=381 Carroll County P16]   
|2864, 3024, 3056, 3088, 3120, 3248
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|3024, 3056, 3088, 3120, 3248
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|-
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||
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||
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|[http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?sid=8201 Carroll County P25] 
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|{{color|blue|10359}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
|39.06  
 
|39.06  
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|-
 
|-
 
|39.96  
 
|39.96  
|Easton  
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|Easton <sup>2,3</sup>
 
|I  
 
|I  
|[http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?sid=615 Upper Maryland Eastern Shore Consortium]  
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|{{color|blue|25840}}
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|-
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|39.14
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|Annapolis <sup>3</sup>
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|J
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|[http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?sid=187 Anne Arundel County]  
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|6544,{{color|blue|18832}}  
 
|-
 
|-
 
|39.30  
 
|39.30  
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|L  
 
|L  
 
|[http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?sid=6341 Prince George's P25]  
 
|[http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?sid=6341 Prince George's P25]  
|{{color|red|247}}<sup>2</sup>
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|{{color|blue|247}}<sup>1</sup>,{{color|blue|249}}<sup>1</sup> '''unused?'''
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|-
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|39.24
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|JFK Highway <sup>3</sup>
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|M
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|-
 
|-
 
|39.32  
 
|39.32  
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|N  
 
|N  
 
|[http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?sid=2142 Montgomery County]   
 
|[http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?sid=2142 Montgomery County]   
|{{color|blue|36464, 32496}}
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|{{color|blue|32464, 32496}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
|39.34
 
|39.34
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|O
 
|O
 
|[http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?sid=6451 Washington County]
 
|[http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?sid=6451 Washington County]
|{{color|blue|13428}}<sup>1</sup>
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|13433,13434,13580  '''encrypted'''
 
|-
 
|-
 
|39.04  
 
|39.04  
|Glen Burnie  
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|Glen Burnie <sup>3</sup>
 
|P  
 
|P  
 
|[http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?sid=187 Anne Arundel County]  
 
|[http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?sid=187 Anne Arundel County]  
|2736, 6544
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|6544,{{color|blue|18832}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
|39.36  
 
|39.36  
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|Q  
 
|Q  
 
|[http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?sid=6341 Prince George's P25]  
 
|[http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?sid=6341 Prince George's P25]  
|253<sup>2</sup>
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|{{color|blue|253<sup>1</sup>, 255<sup>1</sup>}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
|39.44  
 
|39.44  
|Golden Ring  
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|Golden Ring<sup>3</sup>
 
|R  
 
|R  
|[http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?sid=189 Baltimore County Public Safety]
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|{{color|red|8048}}
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|-
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|39.80
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|Centreville <sup>3,4</sup>
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|S
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|-
 
|-
 
|39.38  
 
|39.38  
 
|Leonardtown  
 
|Leonardtown  
 
|T  
 
|T  
|[http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?sid=388 St. Mary's County Public Safety]   
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|[http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?sid=7664 St. Mary's P25 Phase 2]   
|08-021, 08-022, 08-023, 08-024
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|6001 thru 6004  '''encrypted'''
 
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|-
 
|39.28  
 
|39.28  
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|-
 
|39.60  
 
|39.60  
|Berlin  
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|Berlin <sup>3</sup>
 
|V  
 
|V  
|[http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?sid=2554 Ocean City]  
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|[http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?sid=386 Worcester County/OC]  
|06-081
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|06-081, 06-082
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|-
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|39.08
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|McHenry
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|W
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|-  
 
|-  
|39.60
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|39.78
|Berlin
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|Princess Anne <sup>3</sup>
|V
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|X
|[http://www.radioreference.com/apps/db/?sid=386 Worcester County]    
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|06-081, 06-082
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|}
 
|}
  
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==Caution Codes==
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*A - Armed
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*B - Dangerous
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*C - Mental
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*D - Armed/Mental
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*E - Suicidal
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*F - Armed/Suicidal
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*G - Resists Arrest
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*H - Armed & Resists Arrest
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*I - Dangerous & Resists Arrest
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*J - Mental & Resists Arrest
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*K - Suicidal & Resists Arrest
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*L - Approach with Caution
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*M - Assaults Police Officers
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*N - Drug User/Seller
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*P - ?Prior Breaking/Entering
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==10 Codes==
  
==Maryland State Police 10-Codes==
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* As of Feb. 1 2012, MSP was ordered to discontinue the use of 10 codes in favor of plain language and has switched from the APCO phonetic alphabet to the NATO alphabet. Many Troopers and Dispatchers still use the old 10 codes out of habit.  The below list is for historical reference.
  
*10-0 Use caution
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*10-00  Caution
*10-1 Signal weak
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*10-01  Unable to Copy - change location
*10-2 Signal good
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*10-02  Signal Good
*10-3 Stop transmitting  
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*10-03  Stop transmitting
*10-4 Message received
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*10-04  Acknowledgment (OK)
*10-5 Relay  
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*10-05  Relay
*10-6 Busy  
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*10-06  Busy - unless urgent
*10-7 Out of service
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*10-07  Out of Service
*10-8 In service  
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*10-08  In service
*10-9 Repeat  
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*10-09  Repeat
*10-10 Fight in progress  
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*10-10   Fight in progress
*10-11 Animal problem
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*10-11   Dog case
*10-12 Stand by  
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*10-12   Stand by (stop)
*10-13 Report conditions
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*10-13   Weather - road report
*10-14 Prowler report  
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*10-14   Prowler report
*10-15 Civil disturbance  
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*10-15   Civil disturbance
*10-16 Domestic problem  
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*10-16   Domestic problem
*10-17 Meet complainant  
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*10-17   Meet complainant
*10-18 Urgent
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*10-18   Quickly
*10-19 Go to station
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*10-19   Return to ____
*10-20 Advise your location
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*10-20   Location
*10-21 Telephone _________
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*10-21   Call ___ by telephone
*10-22 Disregard
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*10-22   disregard
*10-23 Arrived at scene  
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*10-23   Arrived at scene
*10-24 Assignment complete
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*10-24   Assignment completed
*10-25 Report to __________
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*10-25   Report in person (meet) ____
*10-26 Detaining suspect
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*10-26   Detaining subject, expedite
*10-27 Driver's license information  
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*10-27   Drivers license information
*10-28 Vehicle registration information  
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*10-28   Vehicle registration information
*10-29 Check records for want
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*10-29   Check for wanted
*10-30 Unauthorized use of radio  
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*10-30   Unnecessary use of radio
*10-31 Crime in progress  
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*10-31   Crime in progress
*10-32 Person with a gun  
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*10-32   Person with gun
*10-33 Emergency-all units stand by
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*10-33   EMERGENCY
*10-34 Riot  
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*10-34   Riot
*10-35 Major crime alert  
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*10-35   Major crime alert
*10-36 Correct time  
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*10-36   Correct time
*10-37 Suspicious vehicle  
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*10-37   Investigate suspicious vehicle
*10-38 Stop suspicious vehicle  
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*10-38   Stopping suspicious vehicle
*10-39 Respond using lights and siren  
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*10-39   Urgent, use lights and siren
*10-40 Do not use lights or siren  
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*10-40   Silent run, no lights and siren
*10-41 Beginning shift
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*10-41   Beginning tour of duty
*10-42 End shift
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*10-42   Ending tour of duty
*10-43 Information  
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*10-43   Information
*10-44 Permission to leave  
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*10-44   Permission to leave ___ for ___
*10-45 Dead animal
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*10-45   Animal carcass at ____
*10-46 Assist motorist  
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*10-46   Assist motorist  
*10-47 Emergency road repair  
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*10-47   Emergency road repair at ___ (disabled)
*10-48 Traffic control
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*10-48   Traffic signal repair at ___
*10-49 Traffic signal out  
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*10-49   Traffic light out at ___
*10-50 Traffic accident/collision
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*10-50   Accident (F- Fatal, PI- Injury, PD - property damage)
*10-51 Request tow truck  
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*10-51   Tow truck needed
*10-52 Request ambulance
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*10-52   Ambulance/Fire needed
*10-53 Roadway blocked  
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*10-53   Road blocked at
*10-54 Livestock on roadway
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*10-54   Livestock on road
*10-55 Intoxicated driver  
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*10-55   Intoxicated driver (DUI/DWI)
*10-56 Intoxicated pedestrian  
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*10-56   Intoxicated pedestrian
*10-57 Hit & Run accident
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*10-57   Hit and run (F- Fatal, PI- Injury, PD - property damage)
*10-58 Direct traffic  
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*10-58   Direct traffic
*10-59 Escort
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*10-59   Convoy or escort
*10-60 Squad in vicinity  
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*10-60   Squad in vicinity
*10-61 Personnel in vicinity
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*10-61   Personnel in area
*10-62 Reply to message  
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*10-62   Reply to message
*10-63 Prepare to copy  
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*10-63   Make written/hard copy)
*10-64 Local message
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*10-64   Message for local delivery
*10-65 Net message  
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*10-65   Net message assignment
*10-66 Cancel message
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*10-66   Message cancellation
*10-67 Clear for net message  
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*10-67   Clear for net message
*10-68 Dispatch information  
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*10-68   Dispatch information
*10-69 Message received  
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*10-69   Message received
*10-70 Fire alarm  
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*10-70   Fire alarm
*10-71 Advise nature of alarm
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*10-71   Advise nature of fire
*10-72 Report progress of alarm
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*10-72   Report progress of fire
*10-73 Smoke report  
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*10-73   Smoke report
*10-74 Negative  
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*10-74   Negative
*10-75 In contact with _______
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*10-75   In contact with ____
*10-76 En route to ________
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*10-76   En route
*10-77 Estimated time of arrival
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*10-77   ETA
*10-78 Request assistance  
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*10-78   Need assistance
*10-79 Notify coroner
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*10-79   Notify Coroner
*10-80 Pursuit in progress  
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*10-80   Chase in progress
*10-81 Breathalyzer report  
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*10-81   Breathalyzer report
*10-82 Reserve lodgings
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*10-82   Reserve lodging
*10-83 School crossing assignment
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*10-83   Work school crossing at ___
*10-84 Estimated time of arrival
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*10-84   If meeting ___ advise ETA
*10-85 Arrival delayed
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*10-85   Delayed due to ____
*10-86 Operator on duty  
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*10-86   Officer on duty  
*10-87 Pick up
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*10-87   Pickup checks
*10-88 Advise telephone number  
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*10-88   Present telephone number of ____
*10-89 Bomb threat  
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*10-89   Bomb threat
*10-90 Bank alarm  
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*10-90   Bank alarm at ____
*10-91 Pick up subject  
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*10-91   Pick up prisoner/subject
*10-92 Illegally parked vehicle  
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*10-92   Improperly park vehicle
*10-93 Blockage
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*10-93   Blockade
*10-94 Drag racing  
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*10-94   Drag racing
*10-95 Subject in custody  
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*10-95   Prisoner/subject in custody
*10-96 Detain subject  
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*10-96   Mental subject
*10-97 Test signal  
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*10-97   Check signal
*10-98 Prisoner escape
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*10-98   Prison/jail break
*10-99 Wanted or stolen
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*10-99   Wanted/Stolen indicated
  
==Maryland State Police Caution Codes==
 
  
The following is a list of "caution codes" used by MSP, NRP, DNR and other state law enforcement agencies.
 
  
*A - Armed
 
*B - Dangerous
 
*C - Mental
 
*D - Armed/Mental
 
*E - Suicidal
 
*F - Armed/Suicidal
 
*G - Resists Arrest
 
*H - Armed & Resists Arrest
 
*I - Dangerous & Resists Arrest
 
*J - Mental & Resists Arrest
 
*K - Suicidal & Resists Arrest
 
*L - Approach with Caution
 
*M - Assaults Police Officers
 
*N - Drug User/Seller
 
  
[[Category:Mid Atlantic Region]]
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[[Category:Maryland Law Enforcement]]
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[[Category:Maryland Law Enforcement Frequencies]]
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[[Category:Maryland Brevity Codes]]
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[[Category:Maryland Station IDs]]
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[[Category:Maryland Trunking Information]]

Latest revision as of 16:56, 26 August 2017


MSP and County Trunks

MSP has been allocated portables (and in some cases mobile units) to communicate with the trunk system in the area they serve. Typically these will be used unless the unit is out of range of the trunk or in a bad coverage zone, in which case they will revert to their standard loband frequency (or sometimes Nextel). Traffic is often echoed from loband.

Notes
  1. = Uses Phase II system. See this page for a list of compatible scanners
  2. = Patched into the Upper Maryland Eastern Shore Consortium and the Dorchester County trunks
  3. = Uses FiRST, which is Phase II. Please see the Maryland State Police and the FiRST Migration article for talkgroups.
  4. = Patched into the Upper Maryland Eastern Shore Consortium trunk
  5. = Now using CMARC, which uses Phase 1


Frequency Barracks Name Barracks Ltr County Trunk Talkgroup(s)
39.42 Waterloo3 A Howard County 45776, 47344
39.40 Frederick B Frederick County P25 5668, 5669
39.24 Cumberland C
39.34 BelAir3,5 D CMARC 10651,10652
D 7302
39.46 Salisbury 3 E Wicomico County 2512, 3344
39.84 NorthEast 3 F
39.52 Westminster G Carroll County P16 3024, 3056, 3088, 3120, 3248
Carroll County P25 10359
39.06 La Plata H Charles County 18592
39.96 Easton 2,3 I
39.14 Annapolis 3 J Anne Arundel County 6544,18832
39.30 Forrestville L Prince George's P25 2471,2491 unused?
39.24 JFK Highway 3 M
39.32 Rockville N Montgomery County 32464, 32496
39.34 Hagerstown O Washington County 13433,13434,13580 encrypted
39.04 Glen Burnie 3 P Anne Arundel County 6544,18832
39.36 College Park Q Prince George's P25 2531, 2551
39.44 Golden Ring3 R
39.80 Centreville 3,4 S
39.38 Leonardtown T St. Mary's P25 Phase 2 6001 thru 6004 encrypted
39.28 Prince Frederick U Calvert County 2576
39.60 Berlin 3 V Worcester County/OC 06-081, 06-082
39.08 McHenry W
39.78 Princess Anne 3 X

Caution Codes

  • A - Armed
  • B - Dangerous
  • C - Mental
  • D - Armed/Mental
  • E - Suicidal
  • F - Armed/Suicidal
  • G - Resists Arrest
  • H - Armed & Resists Arrest
  • I - Dangerous & Resists Arrest
  • J - Mental & Resists Arrest
  • K - Suicidal & Resists Arrest
  • L - Approach with Caution
  • M - Assaults Police Officers
  • N - Drug User/Seller
  • P - ?Prior Breaking/Entering

10 Codes

  • As of Feb. 1 2012, MSP was ordered to discontinue the use of 10 codes in favor of plain language and has switched from the APCO phonetic alphabet to the NATO alphabet. Many Troopers and Dispatchers still use the old 10 codes out of habit. The below list is for historical reference.
  • 10-00 Caution
  • 10-01 Unable to Copy - change location
  • 10-02 Signal Good
  • 10-03 Stop transmitting
  • 10-04 Acknowledgment (OK)
  • 10-05 Relay
  • 10-06 Busy - unless urgent
  • 10-07 Out of Service
  • 10-08 In service
  • 10-09 Repeat
  • 10-10 Fight in progress
  • 10-11 Dog case
  • 10-12 Stand by (stop)
  • 10-13 Weather - road report
  • 10-14 Prowler report
  • 10-15 Civil disturbance
  • 10-16 Domestic problem
  • 10-17 Meet complainant
  • 10-18 Quickly
  • 10-19 Return to ____
  • 10-20 Location
  • 10-21 Call ___ by telephone
  • 10-22 disregard
  • 10-23 Arrived at scene
  • 10-24 Assignment completed
  • 10-25 Report in person (meet) ____
  • 10-26 Detaining subject, expedite
  • 10-27 Drivers license information
  • 10-28 Vehicle registration information
  • 10-29 Check for wanted
  • 10-30 Unnecessary 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 Investigate suspicious vehicle
  • 10-38 Stopping suspicious vehicle
  • 10-39 Urgent, use lights and siren
  • 10-40 Silent run, no lights and siren
  • 10-41 Beginning tour of duty
  • 10-42 Ending tour of duty
  • 10-43 Information
  • 10-44 Permission to leave ___ for ___
  • 10-45 Animal carcass at ____
  • 10-46 Assist motorist
  • 10-47 Emergency road repair at ___ (disabled)
  • 10-48 Traffic signal repair at ___
  • 10-49 Traffic light out at ___
  • 10-50 Accident (F- Fatal, PI- Injury, PD - property damage)
  • 10-51 Tow truck needed
  • 10-52 Ambulance/Fire needed
  • 10-53 Road blocked at
  • 10-54 Livestock on road
  • 10-55 Intoxicated driver (DUI/DWI)
  • 10-56 Intoxicated pedestrian
  • 10-57 Hit and run (F- Fatal, PI- Injury, PD - property damage)
  • 10-58 Direct traffic
  • 10-59 Convoy or escort
  • 10-60 Squad in vicinity
  • 10-61 Personnel in area
  • 10-62 Reply to message
  • 10-63 Make written/hard copy)
  • 10-64 Message for local delivery
  • 10-65 Net message assignment
  • 10-66 Message cancellation
  • 10-67 Clear for net message
  • 10-68 Dispatch information
  • 10-69 Message received
  • 10-70 Fire alarm
  • 10-71 Advise nature of fire
  • 10-72 Report progress of fire
  • 10-73 Smoke report
  • 10-74 Negative
  • 10-75 In contact with ____
  • 10-76 En route
  • 10-77 ETA
  • 10-78 Need assistance
  • 10-79 Notify Coroner
  • 10-80 Chase in progress
  • 10-81 Breathalyzer report
  • 10-82 Reserve lodging
  • 10-83 Work school crossing at ___
  • 10-84 If meeting ___ advise ETA
  • 10-85 Delayed due to ____
  • 10-86 Officer on duty
  • 10-87 Pickup checks
  • 10-88 Present telephone number of ____
  • 10-89 Bomb threat
  • 10-90 Bank alarm at ____
  • 10-91 Pick up prisoner/subject
  • 10-92 Improperly park vehicle
  • 10-93 Blockade
  • 10-94 Drag racing
  • 10-95 Prisoner/subject in custody
  • 10-96 Mental subject
  • 10-97 Check signal
  • 10-98 Prison/jail break
  • 10-99 Wanted/Stolen indicated