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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

TPD uses 3 channels for operation

  • 142.485 - Ch 1: Dispatch
  • 142.77 / 138.75 (input freq) - Ch 2: Secondary dispatch and Police PCom
  • 143.595 - Ch 3: ERT (SWAT), Tac and Special Events (Christmas Parade, RIDE program...)

When a major crime occurs (like a stabbing), Ch 2: Police PCom (142.77 and 138.75) becomes the primary dispatch channel and Ch 1: Primary dispatch channel becomes the channel that all units on the major crime will be communicating on.

I made this conclusion by only monitoring TPD for 2 years with 2 major crimes occuring when I was monitoring TPD. If i'm mistaken, please don't hesitate to correct me.

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 firefighter
  • Mountjoy - volunteer hall
  • Whitney - volunteer hall
  • Procupine - volunteer hall
  • South Porcupine - volunteer hall
  • Schumacker - volunteer hall

Timmins EMS

TEMS 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. Gogama/Folyett operate on tg 35312 and Iroquois Falls on tg 36480 (not sure of the accruay of those two). 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 is 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)
  • 10 Unessential call
  • 211 Mentally ill patient