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Police Radio Codes

  • 1S Stolen vehicle
  • 1A Abandoned vehicle
  • 1CJ Car-jacking
  • 2 Police alarm
  • 3 Fire alarm
  • 3CO Carbon monoxide alarm
  • 4 Ambulance
  • 5 Bomb threat
  • 6 Explosives located
  • 7 Explosives complaint
  • 8 Part time job
  • 9 Court
  • 10 Training
  • 11 Call Medical Examiner
  • 12 VIN verification
  • 13 Trash dumping
  • 14 Threats
  • 15 Phone call complaint
  • 16 Civil papers
  • 17 Warrants
  • 18 Respond via MDT
  • 19 Smoke odor
  • 20 Animal complaint
  • 21 Vicious animal
  • 22 Area check
  • 23 Juvenile complaint
  • 24 Demented person
  • 25 Discharging firearms
  • 26 Discharging fireworks
  • 27 Homicide
  • 28 Person drunk
  • 29 Fight
  • 30 Drunk in auto
  • 31 Wires down
  • 32 Escaped prisoner
  • 33 Fire
  • 34 Gambling
  • 35 Headquarters
  • 36 Hazardous Materials incident
  • 37 Illegal parking
  • 38 Illegal drugs
  • 39 Information
  • 40 Assault
  • 41 Accident
  • 41I Accident with injuries
  • 42 Burglary
  • 43 Hit and run
  • 44 Robbery
  • 45 Theft
  • 46 Person hit by auto
  • 46I Person hit by auto (w/injuries)
  • 47 Drowning
  • 48 Person dead
  • 49 Rape
  • 50 Person shot
  • 51 Person stabbed
  • 52 Reserved
  • 53 Suicide
  • 54 Suspicious person/vehicle
  • 55 Trouble unknown
  • 56 Missing person
  • 57 Noise complaint
  • 58 Abduction
  • 59 Meet with
  • 60 Crime against a child
  • 61 Money transfer
  • 62 OB call
  • 63 Officer needs help
  • 64 Property found
  • 65 Solicitation
  • 66 Peeping tom
  • 67 Person down
  • 68 Person screaming
  • 69 Person armed
  • 70 Prowler
  • 71 Public indency
  • 72 Traffic violation
  • 73 Cave-in/collapse
  • 74 Alcoholic beverage violation
  • 75 Shooting air rifles
  • 76 Assist citizen
  • 76K keys/kids locked in vehicle
  • 77 Aircraft down
  • 78 Look-out
  • 79 Train derailment/accident
  • 80 Chase in progress
  • 81 Street hazard
  • 82 Paddy wagon request
  • 83 Wanted person located
  • 84 Work traffic
  • 85 Wrecker
  • 86 Domestic
  • 86AGG Aggravated domestic
  • 87 Contact message
  • 88 Property damage
  • 89 Wash down
  • 90 SWAT call
  • 91 911 contact (hang-up)
  • 92 Gas leak
  • 93 Trespassing
  • 94 Loitering
  • 95 Request to eat
  • 96 Stranded motorist
  • 97 Fraud
  • 98 Forgery
  • 99 County Ordinance

10 CODES

  • 10-0 Use caution
  • 10-1 Receiving poorly
  • 10-2 Receiving well
  • 10-3 Stop transmitting
  • 10-4 OK/understood
  • 10-5 Relay
  • 10-6 Busy/not available
  • 10-7 Arrival on scene
  • 10-8 In service
  • 10-9 Repeat
  • 10-10 Temp out of service
  • 10-12 Stand by
  • 10-13 Weather/Road conditions
  • 10-18 High rate of speed
  • 10-19 Return to station
  • 10-20 Location
  • 10-21 Call __________
  • 10-22 Cancel/disregard
  • 10-23 Contact licensed driver
  • 10-25 Request criminal history
  • 10-26 Request drivers history
  • 10-27 Request drivers license info
  • 10-28 Registration request
  • 10-29 Check NCIC
  • 10-30 Unnecessary radio traffic
  • 10-33 Emergency
  • 10-36 Correct time
  • 10-37 Pullover/traffic
  • 10-38 Pullover/suspicious criminal
  • 10-39 Resume routine traffic
  • 10-41 Beginning tour of duty
  • 10-42 Officers residence
  • 10-59 Escort/convoy
  • 10-60 In the area of
  • 10-74 Negative
  • 10-75 Make contact with _______
  • 10-76 Enroute
  • 10-77 ETA
  • 10-81 Intoximeter test
  • 10-86 Operator on duty
  • 10-95 Prisoner in custody
  • 10-99 Wanted/stolen indicated


STATUS CODES

  • 1 Answer call emergency
  • 2 Answer call without delay
  • 3 Answer call routine
  • 4 Everything is alright/under control
  • 6 Unable to locate
  • 7 Request backup, not 10-18
  • 8 Person trapped
  • 9 Stakeout
  • 10 Request investigator
  • 11 At precinct - administrative
  • 12 At precinct - in a meeting
  • 13 At precinct - assist citizen
  • 14 Not an 81/not 10-99
  • 15 Building secure
  • 16 Handled by animal control
  • 17 Incident report made
  • 18 Arrest report made
  • 19 Accident report made
  • 20 Citation/warning issued
  • 22 Gone on arrival
  • 23 Crowd dispersed
  • 24 Noise complaint quieted
  • 25 Civil matter
  • 26 Domestic/advised on warrants
  • 27 Complaintant signal
  • 28 Suspicious person/not 10-99
  • 29 Person sick handled by signal 4
  • 30 Not our jurisdiction
  • 31 Missing person located
  • 32 No report requested
  • 33 Info forwarded to detective
  • 34 Couldnt get anyone to door
  • 35 Assisted motorist
  • 36 Picked up warrant
  • 37 False alarm/building secure
  • 38 False alarm/employee
  • 39 Unsecure building
  • 40 Infectious disease

Unit Radio Designators

DISTRICT 1 WESTSIDE PRECINCT

  • Channel 1 at all times
  • 101 Precinct Commander
  • 102 Morning shift Lieutenant
  • 103 Day shift Lieutenant
  • 104 Evening shift Lieutenant
  • 1x0 Sergeants (110, 120, 130)
  • 16x Traffic Enforcement Units
  • 17x Community Response units (pro-active policing)
  • 18x Investigators
  • 1xx Unit numbers based on assigned beat (see Beat map)

DISTRICT 2 SOUTHSIDE PRECINCT

  • Channel 2 at all times
  • 201 Precinct Commander
  • 202 Morning shift Lieutenant
  • 203 Day shift Lieutenant
  • 204 Evening shift Lieutenant
  • 2x0 Sergeants (210, 220, 230, 240, 270)
  • 26x Traffic Enforcement Units
  • 27x Community Response units (pro-active policing units)
  • 28x Investigators
  • 2xx Patrol Officers based on assigned beat (see Beat map)

DISTRICT 3 NORTHSIDE PRECINCT

  • Channel 3 at all times
  • 301 Precinct Commander
  • 302 Morning shift Lieutenant
  • 303 Day shift Lieutenant
  • 304 Evening shift Lieutenant
  • 3x0 Sergeants (310, 320, 330, 370)
  • 36x Traffic Enforcement Units
  • 37x Community Response units (pro-active policing units)
  • 38x Investigators
  • 3xx Patrol Officers based on assigned beat (311, 312, 321, etc)

DISTRICT 4 EASTSIDE PRECINCT

  • Channel 2 unless a dispatcher for Ch4 is available
  • 401 Precinct Commander
  • 402 Morning shift Lieutenant
  • 403 Day shift Lieutenant
  • 404 Evening shift Lieutenant
  • 4x0 Sergeants (410, 420, 430, 440, 470)
  • 46x Traffic Enforcement Units
  • 47x Community Response units (pro-active policing units)
  • 48x Investigators
  • 4xx Patrol Officers based on assigned beat (411, 412, 421, etc)

DISTRICT 5 CENTRAL PRECINCT

  • Channel 3 unless a dispatcher for Ch5 is available
  • 501 Precinct Commander
  • 502 Morning shift Lieutenant
  • 503 Day shift Lieutenant
  • 504 Evening shift Lieutenant
  • 5x0 Sergeants (510, 520, 530, 540, 570)
  • 56x Traffic Enforcement Units
  • 57x Community Response units (pro-active policing units)
  • 58x Investigators
  • 5xx Patrol Officers based on assigned beat (511, 512, 521, etc)

OTHER RADIO DESIGNATORS

  • Air 1 Gwinnett County Police helicopter
  • PD1 Chief of Police
  • PD9 Major on duty (generally weekends)
  • PD14 Gwinnett PIO (Public Information Officer)
  • PD56 CID Special Investigations Major & SWAT Commander
  • 610-620 Motorcycle Officers (Traffic Enforcement)
  • 626-627 Commercial Vehicle Inspectors
  • 630-638 DUI Task Force 640-648 Accident Investigation Unit
  • 649 Gwinnett County Dept of Transportation Accident Investigator
  • 650-659 Crime Prevention
  • 660-679 Anti-Crime/Gang Unit
  • 7xx Narcotics/vice units
  • 920-929 Park Police
  • 981-984 Arson investigators

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