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Quick response codes

Used by Timmins Police, EMS and OPP.

  • Flag Alpha Person considered armed and dangerous
  • Flag Charlie Person believe to have a cpntagious disease
  • Flag Echo Person escaped custody
  • Flag Foxtrot Person has a history of family violence
  • Flag Mike Person considered missing
  • Flag Sierra Person missing
  • Flag Victor Person violent

Timmins Police Department

Timmins Police has jurisdiction over the following township in the region of Timmins

As of Feb. 1st, 2010.

- Godfrey - Kidd - Robb - Wark - Jamieson - Mruphy - Shaw

As of June 1st, 2010.

- Adams - Blackstock - Bristol - Carman - Carscallen - Cody - Denton - Eldorado - Evelyn - German - Gowan - Hoyle - Langmuir - Loveland - MacDiarmid - MacKlem - Matheson - Price - Thomas - Thornloe - Turnbull - Dundonald


TPD uses 3 channels for operations at this time. However, 2 of their frequencies are encrypted : Ch 1 & 3.

  • 142.485 - Ch 1: Dispatch
  • 142.77 / 138.75 (input freq) - Ch 2: Secondary dispatch and Police PCom - Every Monday early morning (between 0001-0300hrs), TPD and OPP go on PCom to test it.
  • Ch 3: ERT/Tac (Special Events -Christmas Parade, RIDE program...)

10 Codes

  • 10-1 Receiving poorly
  • 10-2 Receiving well
  • 10-3 Stop transmitting
  • 10-4 OK
  • 10-5 Relay message
  • 10-6 Busy, stand-by
  • 10-7 Out of service
  • 10-8 Unit available
  • 10-9 Repeat
  • 10-10 Go to common channel
  • 10-11 Dispatching too rapidly
  • 10-12 Officials present
  • 10-13 Advise on road & weather
  • 10-14 Escort
  • 10-15 Message delivered
  • 10-16 Pick up prisoner at ____
  • 10-17 Go to _____
  • 10-18 Urgent
  • 10-19 Return to station
  • 10-20 Current location
  • 10-21 Call ____ by telephone
  • 10-22 Disregard
  • 10-23 Stand-by
  • 10-24 Assignment completed
  • 10-25 Are you in contact with ___
  • 10-26 Detain subject
  • 10-27 License/permit inquiry
  • 10-28 Vehicle registration check
  • 10-29 Warrants check
  • 10-30 Improper use of radio
  • 10-31 Drunk Driver
  • 10-32 Emergency, send units
  • 10-33 Emergency
  • 10-35 Crime alert
  • 10-36 Time check
  • 10-37 Drunk
  • 10-38 Investigation alert
  • 10-40 Advise if ___ is available
  • 10-42 Not as per regulations
  • 10-45 Death or fatality
  • 10-46 Holding subject
  • 10-47 Ambulance needed
  • 10-50 Accident
  • 10-51 Tow truck needed
  • 10-52 Ambulance needed
  • 10-60 Subject negative
  • 10-61 Subject has record – not wanted
  • 10-62 Subject possibly wanted
  • 10-63 Subject positive hit
  • 10-64 Proceed with caution
  • 10-65 Assist on a 10-64
  • 10-66 Subject under observation
  • 10-67 Subject on parole
  • 10-68 Subject in charged category
  • 10-78 Needs assistance
  • 10-90 Alarm - 10-0 No mouvment
  • 10-92 Subject in custody
  • 10-93 Set up road block
  • 10-99 Emergency
  • 10-100 Bomb threat
  • 10-200 Hostage, kidnap or bomb extortion
  • 253 Impair driver
  • 31-4 Subject drunk in public
  • HBD= Has been drinking

Timmins Fire Deptartment

There's 6 fire halls in Timmins:

  • Central (downtown Timmins corner of Ceadar St. S & 2nd Ave) - only hall with full-time firefighters - Pumper 14, Rescue 27, Units 6 & 30
  • Mountjoy - volunteer hall
  • Whitney - volunteer hall - Units 5 & 15, Arial 7
  • Procupine - volunteer hall
  • South Porcupine - volunteer hall
  • Schumacker - volunteer hall - units 13 & 16

Timmins EMS

City Apparatus Listing

  • 5177
  • 5178
  • 5233
  • 5236
  • 5239
  • 5455

EMS in Timmins are page on the ProvPage freq (149.440) with a CTCSS of 118.8


Paramedics in Timmins have 2 bases. They are on:

  • Algonquin BLVD E where the old Royal Rotary Club building was (beside Speedy in front of the Hollinger Park) - refered on air as « 0 Base »
  • Bruce Ave in South Porcupine - refered on air as « 01 Base »

Timmins Paramedics operate on tg 35296 of the Bell Fleetnet zone 3. All other city within Cochrane County operate on the Out of Town tg 35328.

Ontario EMS 10 codes:

  • 10-1 Receiving poorly
  • 10-2 Receiving well
  • 10-3 Stop transmitting
  • 10-4 OK
  • 10-5 Relay message
  • 10-6 Busy, stand-by
  • 10-7 Arrived / Out of service
  • 10-8 Responding / Unit available
  • 10-9 En route, patient on board
  • 10-12 Unable to speak freely
  • 10-13 Unable to reply freely
  • 10-19 Return to __ base
  • 10-20 Current location
  • 10-21 Call ____ by telephone
  • 10-23 Stand by
  • 10-25 Non-violent psych patient
  • 10-26 Cancel call
  • 10-27 Hostage taking / SWAT required
  • 10-33 Emergency
  • 10-34 What's the hospital's status
  • 10-36 No room at emergency room
  • 10-37 Code 4
  • 10-38 All clear
  • 10-41 Areas covered
  • 10-42 Traffic accident
  • 10-43 Traffic back up
  • 10-50 Violent pstch patient
  • 10-70 Fire
  • 10-90 Lunch break
  • 10-100 Bomb threat
  • 10-200 Police required also refered as 10-2s
  • 10-2000 Urgent 10-200
  • 31-4 patient drunk in public


AMBULANCE CODES:

  • 0 Administrative run
  • 1 Non-emergency call
  • 2 Scheduled call
  • 3 Non life threatinh (lights on, siren optional)
  • 4 Emergency
  • 5 Obviously dead
  • 6 Legally dead
  • 7 No patient transport (general code)
  • 71 Patient not found
  • 72 Patient refused
  • 73 Patient is either code 5 or 6
  • 74 Patient in 10-2s custody
  • 75 Patient transported by other unit
  • 76 10-26 before patient contact
  • 8 Standby at your location
  • 9 Unit not usable (unit being serviced)