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== Code lists ==
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== Service de la police de Montréal ==
 
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10-codes
 
 
 
10-1 essence/huile ''(gasoline or oil)''
 
10-2 repas ''(meal)''
 
10-3 réparation mécanique ''(mechanical repair)''
 
10-4 réparation radio ''(radio repair - not "message received"!)''
 
10-5 en service ''(in service)''
 
10-6 répétez dernier message ''(say again)''
 
10-7 assistance avec diligence ''(assistance needed)''
 
10-8 hors-sevice ''(out of service)''
 
10-9 donnez votre position ''(give your location)''
 
10-10 annulez message/appel ''(cancel the message or call)''
 
10-12 sur les lieux ''(arrived on scene)''
 
10-13 transport de personne ''(transporting person)''
 
10-14 pratique de tir ''(firing range)''
 
10-15 lavage du véhicule ''(car wash)''
 
10-16 message ''(message)''
 
10-17 remorquage requis ''(wrecker required)''
 
10-18 appelez voste poste/unité ''(call your station or unit)''
 
10-19 administration ''(administration)''
 
10-20 accident ''(traffic collision)''
 
 
 
 
 
*[http://www.coderouge.com/radio/codes/index.php?lg= Montréal Fire Service Codes]
 
 
 
== Unit identifications ==
 
 
 
Police units are identified according to their PDQ number (see below), or a number associated with their special unit, and a secondary sequential number from 01 to 99.
 
 
 
The second number identifies a specific unit from a PDQ or special unit. Numbers start from 1 and go up to 99. The unit numbers 85, 86 and 99 are special, they identify coordinating units.
 
 
 
A patrol car from PDQ 49, for example, would be identified visually and on the air as 49-2.
 
 
 
Channel and Assigned stations attached to it :
 
 
 
* West District : PDQ 1, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 11, 13, 26
 
* South Central District : PDQ 12, 15, 16, 20, 21, 22
 
* North Zone District : PDQ 10, 24, 27, 30, 31, 33, 35, 37, 38, 44
 
* East Zone District : PDQ 23, 39, 42, 45, 46, 48, 49
 
* Metro Detachment : PDQ 50
 
  
 
=== Police de quartier ===
 
=== Police de quartier ===
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See http://www.spvm.qc.ca/en/pdq/2_3_1_revision_carte_policiere.asp
 
See http://www.spvm.qc.ca/en/pdq/2_3_1_revision_carte_policiere.asp
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=== Unit identifications ===
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Police units are identified according to their PDQ number (see below), or a number associated with their special unit, and a secondary sequential number from 01 to 99.
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The second number identifies a specific unit from a PDQ or special unit. Numbers start from 1 and go up to 99. The unit numbers 85, 86 and 99 are special, they identify coordinating units.
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A patrol car from PDQ 49, for example, would be identified visually and on the air as 49-2.
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Channel and Assigned stations attached to it :
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* West District : PDQ 1, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 11, 13, 26
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* South Central District : PDQ 12, 15, 16, 20, 21, 22
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* North Zone District : PDQ 10, 24, 27, 30, 31, 33, 35, 37, 38, 44
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* East Zone District : PDQ 23, 39, 42, 45, 46, 48, 49
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* Metro Detachment : PDQ 50
  
 
=== Special units ===
 
=== Special units ===
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Most of the contacts are on the CCTI (2) channel, but channels 10, 7, 9 and (rarely) 8 are also used. The communications within a squad is oral or crypted.
 
Most of the contacts are on the CCTI (2) channel, but channels 10, 7, 9 and (rarely) 8 are also used. The communications within a squad is oral or crypted.
  
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=== Code lists ===
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10-codes
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10-1 essence/huile ''(gasoline or oil)''
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10-2 repas ''(meal)''
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10-3 réparation mécanique ''(mechanical repair)''
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10-4 réparation radio ''(radio repair - not "message received"!)''
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10-5 en service ''(in service)''
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10-6 répétez dernier message ''(say again)''
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10-7 assistance avec diligence ''(assistance needed)''
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10-8 hors-sevice ''(out of service)''
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10-9 donnez votre position ''(give your location)''
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10-10 annulez message/appel ''(cancel the message or call)''
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10-12 sur les lieux ''(arrived on scene)''
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10-13 transport de personne ''(transporting person)''
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10-14 pratique de tir ''(firing range)''
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10-15 lavage du véhicule ''(car wash)''
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10-16 message ''(message)''
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10-17 remorquage requis ''(wrecker required)''
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10-18 appelez voste poste/unité ''(call your station or unit)''
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10-19 administration ''(administration)''
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10-20 accident ''(traffic collision)''
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*[http://www.coderouge.com/radio/codes/index.php?lg= Montréal Fire Service Codes]
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Service de la police de Montréal

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Police de quartier

When the MUC took over all policing on the Island of Montréal in the early 1970s, they closed the individual municipal police stations and consolidated services into regional stations. When the individual municipalities were annexed to the City of Montréal in 2002, the new Service de la police de Montréal went to neighbourhood policing, or police de quartier. In 2006, some municipalities regained their independence, but police services remained centralized. Those municipalities are bolded below.

Poste de Quartier (PDQ) Arrondissement ou ville
Borough or city
Address
1 Baie-D’Urfé, Beaconsfield, Kirkland, Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue, Senneville 2883, boul. Saint-Charles
3 L’Île-Bizard, Pierrefonds-Roxboro, Sainte-Geneviève 14680, boul. de Pierrefonds
4 Dollard-Des Ormeaux 4139, boul. des Sources
5 Dorval, L’Île-Dorval, Pointe-Claire 395, boul. Saint-Jean
7 Arrondissement de Saint-Laurent 1761, rue Grenet
8 Lachine, Saint-Pierre 170, 15e Avenue
9 Côte-Saint-Luc, Hampstead, Montréal-Ouest 5757, boul. Cavendish
10 Bordeaux, Cartierville 11756, boul. O’Brien
11 Notre-Dame-de-Grâce 6255, rue Somerled
12 Ville-Marie Ouest, Westmount 21, rue Stanton
13 LaSalle 8745, boul. LaSalle
15 Saint-Paul, Petite-Bourgogne, Pointe-Saint-Charles, Saint-Henri, Ville-Émard 1625, rue de l’Église
16 Verdun (including Île-des-Soeurs) 750, rue Willibrord
20 Centre-ville (Ville-Marie Ouest), parc du Mont-Royal 951, rue William
21 Centre-ville (Ville-Marie Est), île Notre-Dame, île Sainte-Hélène, Vieux-Montréal 1180, rue Sainte-Élisabeth
22 Centre-Sud 1200, av. Papineau
23 Hochelaga-Maisonneuve 4555, rue Hochelaga
24 Sud Ville Mont-Royal, Outremont 1435, av. Van Horne
24 Nord Ville Mont-Royal, Outremont 40, av. Roosevelt
26 Côte-des-Neiges 5995, boul. Décarie
27 Ahuntsic 1805, rue Fleury Est
30 Saint-Michel 8930, boul. Pie-IX
31 Villeray 7920, boul. Saint-Laurent
33 Parc-Extension 570, avenue Beaumont
35 La Petite-Italie, La Petite-Patrie 920, rue Bélanger
37 Le Plateau-Mont-Royal Nord 209, av. Laurier Est
38 Le Plateau-Mont-Royal Sud 1033, rue Rachel Est
39 Arrondissement de Montréal-Nord 6100, boul. Henri-Bourassa Est
42 Saint-Léonard 8181, boul. Lacordaire
44 Rosemont - La Petite-Patrie 4807, rue Molson
45 Rivière-des-Prairies 8200, boul. Maurice-Duplessis
46 Anjou 6850, boul. Joseph-Renaud
48 Arrondissement de Mercier—Hochelaga-Maisonneuve 6547, rue de Marseille
49 Montréal-Est, Pointe-aux-Trembles 1498, boul. Saint-Jean-Baptiste
50 Metro (Subway)

Note that the following PDQs were combined:

  • PDQs 6 and 7 (Saint-Laurent) : PDQ 7
  • PDQs 25 and 26 (Côte-des-Neiges) : PDQ 26
  • PDQs 27 and 28 (Ahuntsic) : PDQ 27
  • PDQs 39 and 40 (Montréal-Nord) : PDQ 39
  • PDQs 43 and 44 (Rosemont) : PDQ 44
  • PDQs 47 and 48 (Mercier) : PDQ 48

See http://www.spvm.qc.ca/en/pdq/2_3_1_revision_carte_policiere.asp

Unit identifications

Police units are identified according to their PDQ number (see below), or a number associated with their special unit, and a secondary sequential number from 01 to 99.

The second number identifies a specific unit from a PDQ or special unit. Numbers start from 1 and go up to 99. The unit numbers 85, 86 and 99 are special, they identify coordinating units.

A patrol car from PDQ 49, for example, would be identified visually and on the air as 49-2.

Channel and Assigned stations attached to it :

  • West District : PDQ 1, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 11, 13, 26
  • South Central District : PDQ 12, 15, 16, 20, 21, 22
  • North Zone District : PDQ 10, 24, 27, 30, 31, 33, 35, 37, 38, 44
  • East Zone District : PDQ 23, 39, 42, 45, 46, 48, 49
  • Metro Detachment : PDQ 50

Special units

  • 62, 72, 82: "intervention" (anti-riot units)
  • 78: motorcycle unit ("motards")
  • 150: horseback unit?

"Intervention units"

A note on riot operations: a set of special units called "groupe d'intervention" (GI) is often deployed during demonstrations or riot situations. They are under the supervision of the "intervention" unit (often 72-85) or the local field commander (for example 21-99). but may be adressed with letters instead of numbers of their station name. Examples:

  • A-85, A-86 - heads of riot squad A
  • B-1, C-3, H-4 - individual riot police officers
  • V-385 - unknown

Most of the contacts are on the CCTI (2) channel, but channels 10, 7, 9 and (rarely) 8 are also used. The communications within a squad is oral or crypted.


Code lists

10-codes

10-1 essence/huile (gasoline or oil)
10-2 repas (meal)
10-3 réparation mécanique (mechanical repair)
10-4 réparation radio (radio repair - not "message received"!)
10-5 en service (in service)
10-6 répétez dernier message (say again)
10-7 assistance avec diligence (assistance needed)
10-8 hors-sevice (out of service)
10-9 donnez votre position (give your location)
10-10 annulez message/appel (cancel the message or call)
10-12 sur les lieux (arrived on scene)
10-13 transport de personne (transporting person)
10-14 pratique de tir (firing range)
10-15 lavage du véhicule (car wash)
10-16 message (message)
10-17 remorquage requis (wrecker required)
10-18 appelez voste poste/unité (call your station or unit)
10-19 administration (administration)
10-20 accident (traffic collision)


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