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Revision as of 03:23, 31 December 2012

Contents

Welcome to Union County!

This is the Wiki for Union County, NJ, a constant work in progress.

Union County (NJ) Pager Tones, Codes and Signals, Unit IDs

Municipal Information

Berkeley Heights, Town of

Berkeley Heights Police Units

Berkeley Heights Rescue Squad Units

Berkeley Heights Fire Apparatus

  • Fire Headquarters, 411 Hamilton Place (County Station ID: 11)
    • Rescue 1: 2010 Pierce Velocity Rescue (Mutual Aid #: 20-0161)
    • Squad 1: 1998 Pierce Dash Rescue Pumper (Mutual Aid 1st Due)(Mutual Aid #: 20-0181)
    • Tower 1: 1995 Pierce Lance Tower Ladder (Mutual Aid #: 20-0131)
    • Engine 2: 1995 Pierce Dash Pumper (Mutual Aid #: 20-0182)
    • Engine 3: 1982 Hahn 84/92 Engine (Brush Engine)(Mutual Aid #: 20-0183)
    • Engine 4: 2010 Pierce Velocity Pumper (Union County Foam Task Force)(Mutual Aid #: 20-0184)
    • Tac 1: 1989 GMC TopKick Rescue, Cascade Unit (20-01612)
    • Special Services: 2005 GMC 2500 Pickup (Mutual Aid #: 20-0152)
    • Car 1: 2007 Ford Expedition (Incident Command)(Mutual Aid #: 20-0141)
  • Berkeley Heights Fire dispatched by Berkeley Heights Police Department.

Clark, Township of

Clark Police

Clark Volunteer Emergency Squad Units

  • Squad Headquarters, 875 Raritan Road (County Station ID: 29)
    • 515 Ford E350 Road Rescue Promedic Type III BLS Ambulance (Mutual Aid #: 20-0271)
    • 516 Ford E350 Road Rescue Promedic Type III BLS Ambulance (Mutual Aid #: 20-0272)
  • Clark Emergency Squad dispatched by MONOC Control.

Clark Fire Apparatus

  • Fire Headquarters, 250 Broadway (County Station ID: 21)
    • Engine 3: 2006 Pierce Quantum Pumper (Mutual Aid #: 20-0283)
    • Engine 4: 1995 Pierce Lance Pumper (Mutual Aid #: 20-0284)
    • Rescue 7: Freightliner Rescue (Mutual Aid #: 20-0251)
  • Station 2, 875 Raritan Road (County Station ID: 22)
    • Engine 1: 1989 Pierce Arrow Pumper (Mutual Aid #: 20-0281)
    • Engine 2: 2000 Pierce Quantum Pumper (Mutual Aid #: 20-0282)
    • Truck 2: 1995 Pierce Lance Tower Ladder
    • Zodiac 1: Inflatable Rescue Boat
    • Zodiac 2: Flat Bottom Boat
  • Clark Fire dispatched by Clark Police Department.

Cranford Township

Cranford Police Units

  • 39 Watch Commander
  • 40 Patrol Supervisor
  • 41-49 Patrol Car
  • 52 Traffic Enforcement
  • 54 Emergency Services Unit
  • 56 Downtown Parking Enforcement Segway
  • 57 Patrol Motorcycle
  • 70 Traffic Enforcement
  • 73 Traffic Safety Repair Truck (Operated by DPW)
  • 74 Traffic Safety Utility Truck (Operated by DPW)

Cranford Volunteer First Aid Squad Units

  • Squad Quarters, 4 Centennial Avenue (County Station ID: 39)
    • 19 Ford E350 PL Custom Gold Medallion Type III BLS Ambulance (Radio ID: 2190001) (Mutual Aid #: 20-0375)
    • 20 Dodge Ram Utility First Responder Truck (Out Of Service) (Mutual Aid #: 20-0391)
    • 22 Ford E350 PL Custom Gold Medallion Type III BLS Ambulance (Radio ID: 2220001) (Mutual Aid #: 20-0376)
  • Cranford FAS dispatched by Cranford Central Communications (Cranford Police).

Cranford Fire Apparatus

  • Fire Headquarters, 7 Springfield Avenue (County Station ID: 31)
  • Car 1: Chevrolet Tahoe (Department Chief) (Mutual Aid #: 20-3191)
  • Car 2: Ford Explorer (Fire Prevention) (Mutual Aid #: 20-3192)
  • Car 3: Chevrolet Tahoe (Deputy Chief) (Radio ID: 00C3) (Mutual Aid #: 20-3193)
  • Car 4: Ford Explorer XLT (Battalion Chief) (Mutual Aid #: 20-3194)
    • Engine 1: Pierce Velocity Pumper (Radio ID: 3181) (Mutual Aid #: 20-3181)
    • Engine 2: Pierce Velocity Pumper (Reserve Engine) (Radio ID: 3182) (Mutual Aid #: 20-3182)
    • Engine 3: Pierce Velocity Pumper (Radio ID: 3183) (Mutual Aid #: 20-3183)
    • Tower 1: Pierce Lance Tower Ladder (Radio ID: 3131) (Mutual Aid #: 20-3131)
    • Rescue 1: Hahn Rescue (Radio ID: 3161) (Mutual Aid #: 20-3161)
    • EMS-1: Ford F350 Marque Commando Type I Custom BLS Ambulance (Radio ID: 0371) (Mutual Aid #: 20-0371)
    • EMS-2: Ford F350 Marque Commando Type I Custom BLS Ambulance (Radio ID: 0372) (Mutual Aid #: 20-0372)
      • Cranford Fire EMS is staffed per-diem Monday thru Friday from 05:30-18:30. All other hours CFD EMS is second due to the First Aid Squad, and staffed by firefighter/EMTs.
  • Cranford Fire dispatched by Cranford Central Communications (Cranford Police).

Elizabeth, City of

Elizabeth Police Unit ID's

EPD does not use car numbers as radio identifiers. Rather they use a system that identifies the given unit's sector and type, or rank. At any given time, on any given day, a unit may cover multiple sectors. All cars are two-man cars unless denoted by Sierra suffix or Safenet (Urban Enterprise Zone) assignment.

  • Alpha units are day shift, 06:45-17:45, patrol units. For example 7-Alpha would be a day shift patrol unit assigned to sector 7, and so on.
  • Baker units are night shift, 17:45-06:45, patrol units. For example 4-Baker would be a night shift unit assigned to sector 3, and so on. These are also known as the midnight cars.
  • Sierra units are single man cars regardless of shift. For example 2-Sierra would be a single man car assigned to sector 2.
  • Power units are so named because they are assigned to the highest crime sectors and work the highest crime hours, 17:00-04:00. For example Power 11 would be a high-crime area vehicle assigned to sector 11. These are the busiest units at night.
  • Safenet (or Net) units are so names because they are community policing oriented units, assigned to Urban Enterprise Zones and retail shopping areas. For example, Elizabeth Avenue, Midtown, Elmora Ave.
  • Chief is Unit 1.
  • Captains radio ID's are single digits.
  • Lieutenants radio ID's end in 4's. For example Unit 24, 34, 44, etc.
  • Sergeants radio ID's are 25 thru 31.
  • Detectives radio ID's are badge numbers or last names.
  • Emergency Service Unit radio ID is Tac.

If a unit is utilizing an unmarked car, their identifier will include the prefix "unmarked", such as "Unmarked 3-Baker" or "Unmarked Power-10".

Elizabeth Fire/EMS Apparatus

  • Fire Headquarters, 411 Irvington Avenue (County Station ID: 41)
    • Engine 7: Spartan/Crimson Pumper (Radio ID: 8700) (Mutual Aid #: 20-0487)
    • Ladder 1: American LaFrance Ladder (Radio ID: 3100) (Mutual Aid #: 20-0431)
    • Rescue 1: Spartan/Crimson Rescue (Radio ID: 6100) (Mutual Aid #: 20-0451)
    • Rescue 2: Spartan/Rescue 1 Rescue (Reserve/UASI) (Radio ID: 6200) (Mutual Aid #: 20-0452)
    • Spec Ops: Freightliner Rescue (Tech Rescue Unit) (Radio ID: 6300) (Mutual Aid #: 20-0453)
    • Car 41: Dodge Durango (Chief of Department) (Radio ID: 4300) (Mutual Aid #: 20-0400)
    • Car 42: Dodge Durango (Deputy Chief 2) (Radio ID: 4303) (Mutual Aid #: 20-0410)
    • Car 43: Ford Expedition (On-Duty Battalion Cheif) (Radio ID: 4302) (Mutual Aid #: 20-0420)
    • Car 45: Dodge Durango (Mutual Aid #: 20-0430)
    • EMS-11: Ford F450 Road Rescue Ultramedic Type I Haztec BLS Ambulance (Mutual Aid #: 20-0472)
    • EMS-74: Ford F350 Utility Body Spec Ops (Mutual Aid #: 20-0474)
    • EMS-76: Ford F350 Road Rescue Promedic Type I Spec Ops (Mutual Aid #: 20-0456)
    • S1: Chevrolet Suburban (EMS Lead Supervisor) (Mutual Aid #: 20-0490)
  • Station 1, 2 South Broad Street (County Station ID: 42)
    • Engine 1: Spartan/Luverne Pumper (Radio ID: 8100) (Mutual Aid #: 20-0481)
    • Ladder 3: America LaFrance Tower Ladder (Radio ID: 3300) (Mutual Aid #: 20-0431)
  • Station 2, 651 South Broad Street (County Station ID: 43)
    • Engine 2: Spartan/Luverne Pumper (Radio ID: 8200) (Mutual Aid #: 20-0482)
    • Engine 11: RD Murray/Spartan Pumper (Reserve Engine) (Radio ID: 8110) (Mutual Aid #: 20-04811)
  • Station 3, 442 Trumbull Street (County Station ID: 44-49)
    • Engine 3: America LaFrance Pumper (Mutual Aid #: 20-0483)
    • Engine 10: RD Murray/Spartan Pumper (Reserve Engine) (Radio ID: 8010)(Mutual Aid #: 20-04810)
    • Engine 12: Spartan/Luverne Pumper (Reserve Engine) (Radio ID: 8120) (Mutual Aid #: 20-04812)
    • Ladder 2: Simon Duplex Tractor Drawn Aerial Ladder (Radio ID: 3200) (Mutual Aid #: 20-0432)
    • Ladder 4: E-One Ladder (Reserve) (Mutual Aid #: 20-0434)
    • Hazmat 1: Spartan/Custom Body Works (Hazmat) (Mutual Aid #: 20-0454)
    • Decon: Spartan/Custom Body Works (Radio ID: 3000) (Mutual Aid: 20-0458)
    • Air Unit 1: Pierce Rescue (Air/Confined Space) (Radio ID: 6600) (Mutual Aid #: 20-0455)
    • EMS-5: Ford F350 Road Rescue Promedic Type I BLS Ambulance (Mutual Aid #: 20-0475)
    • EMS-6: Ford F350 Road Rescue Promedic Type I BLS Ambulance (Mutual Aid #: 20-0476)
    • EMS-7: Ford F350 Road Rescue Promedic Type I Renaissance BLS Ambulance (Mutual Aid #: 20-0477)
    • EMS-8: Ford F450 Road Rescue Promedic Type I BLS Ambulance (Mutual Aid #: 20-0478)
    • EMS-9: Ford F450 Road Rescue Promedic Type I BLS Ambulance (Mutual Aid #: 20-0479)
    • EMS-10: Ford F450 Road Rescue Promedic Type I BLS Ambulance (Mutual Aid #: 20-0470)
    • EMS-12: Ford F450 Road Rescue Ultramedic Type I Haztec BLS Ambulance (Mutual Aid #: 20-0471)
    • MCRU-8: Freightliner EMS Task Force Mass Care Response Truck (Mutual Aid #: 20-0456)
    • EMS-77 NJEMSTF Med Ambulance Bus 1: Bluejay Custom MCI Ambulance Bus (Mutual Aid #: 20-0457)
    • S3: Ford F150 Pickup (EMS Shift Supervisor) (Mutual Aid #: 20-0490)
  • Station 5, 147 Elizabeth Avenue (County Station ID: 45)
    • Engine 5: Pierce Foam Pumper 55 Ft. Skyboom (Radio ID: 8500) (Mutual Aid #: 20-0485)
    • Tac 1: Freightliner Rescue (Water Rescue Unit) (Mutual Aid #: 20-0456)
    • Neptune Unit – Freightliner Roll Off 8000 GPM Pump
    • Foam Unit: Freightliner Tanker (Foam Tender) (Mutual Aid #: 20-0441)
    • Quick Attack: Ford Pickup (Monitor Unit)
    • Iron Man: Kidde Monitor Trailer 6000 GPM
  • Station 6, 472 Catherine Street (County Station ID: 46)
    • Engine 6: America LaFrance Pumper (Radio ID: 8600) (Mutual Aid #: 20-0486)
  • Station 8, 401 West Grand Street (County Station ID: 47)
    • Engine 8: Spartan/Luverne Pumper (Radio ID: 8800) (Mutual Aid #: 20-0488)
  • EMS Units are referred to on the radio by what fire station alarm district they are basing themselves in on that shift, not the number of the ambulance they are using. EMS units cover multiple alarm districts at all times, and there will never be an ambulance based in all 7 districts.
  • There is no Engine 4, Station 4 on Pennsylvania Avenue is closed. Former district shared by Headquarters and Station 6
  • Elizabeth Fire dispatched by EFD Communications Bureau.

Volunteer EMS Units

  • Hatzalah Volunteer Ambulance Corps Of Union County (County Station ID: 319)
    • 502: Ford E350 BLS Ambulance (Mutual Aid #: 20-3171)

Fanwood, Borough of

Fanwood Police Units

  • Fanwood Police dispatched by Union County Police 2400.

Fanwood Rescue Squad Units

  • Squad Quarters, 123 Watson Road (County Station ID: 59)
    • 578: Ford E350 Road Rescue Type III Ultramedic BLS Ambulance (Mutual Aid #: 20-0578)
    • 579: Ford E450 Braun Chief XL Type III BLS Ambulance (Mutual Aid #: 20-0579)
  • Fanwood Rescue Squad dispatched by Union County Police 2400.

Fanwood Fire Apparatus

  • Fire Headquarters, 75 North Martine Avenue (County Station ID: 51)
    • Engine 7: Mack CF Pumper (Mutual Aid #: 20-0581)
    • Engine 8: HME Pumper (Mutual Aid #: 20-0582)
    • Ladder 1: HME Ladder (Mutual Aid #: 20-0531)
    • FA-1: Dodge Durango (Chief's Car) (Mutual Aid #: 20-0541)
  • Fanwood Fire dispatched by Union County Police 2400.

Garwood, Boro of

Garwood Police Units

  • Dispatch Console Radio ID: 0005
  • 13 Chief of Police (Radio ID: 0013)
  • 16 Captain of Police (Radio ID: 0016)
  • 20 Patrol Car, 2012 Chevrolet Tahoe (Radio ID: 0920)
  • 21 Patrol Car, 2009 Ford CVPI (Radio ID: 0921)
  • 22 Patrol Supervisor, 2010 Dodge Durango (Radio ID: 0922)
  • 23 Patrol Car, 2012 Chevrolet Tahoe (Radio ID: 0923)
  • 24 Patrol Car, 2010 Ford CVPI (Radio ID: 0924)
  • 28-40 Officer Shield Numbers (Radio ID's: 0028-0040)
  • 43-49 Police Dispatchers

Garwood First Aid Squad Inc. Units

  • Squad Headquarters, 401 Second Avenue (County Station ID: 69)
    • 26 2005 Ford PL Custom BLS Ambulance 14 (Radio ID: 0626) (Mutual Aid #: 20-0672)
    • 27 1989 Chevrolet 30 K&S Gasoline BLS Ambulance 11 (Radio ID: 0627) (Mutual Aid #: 20-0671)
    • 601-603 First Aid Squad Mutual Aid Incident Radios (Radio ID's same)
    • 604 First Aid Squad 1st Lt. (Radio ID's same)
    • 605-608 First Aid Squad EMT/Driver Portables (Radio ID's same)
    • 620 First Aid Squad Captain (Radio ID's same)
      • 620 2005 Ford Ranger XLT (FAS Captain's Truck)(Mutual Aid #: 20-0690)
  • Garwood FAS dispatched by Garwood Police Department.

Garwood Fire Apparatus

  • Fire Headquarters, 414 South Avenue (County Station ID: 61)
    • Engine 3: Pierce Enforcer High Capacity Rescue-Pumper (Mutual Aid 1st Due) (Mutual Aid #: 20-6183)
    • Engine 4: Hahn 1000/500 Pumper (Reserve Engine) (Mutual Aid #: 20-6184)
    • Engine 5: Pierce Lance Quad Engine (In-Boro 1st Due) (Mutual Aid #: 20-6185)
    • G1: Dodge Durango (Department Chief) (Mutual Aid #: 20-6143)
    • G2: Chevrolet Tahoe (Deputy Chief) (Mutual Aid #: 20-6142)
    • G3: Chevrolet Suburban (Battalion Chief) (Mutual Aid #: 20-6141)
    • G15: Ford F250 Crew Cab Utility (Mutual Aid #: 20-6144)
    • FP1: Fire Prevention (Mutual Aid #: 20-6145)
  • Garwood Fire dispatched by Garwood Police. After dispatch, operations handled through Fire Ops Communications 970.

Hillside, Township of

Hillside Police Units

Hillside Fire/Rescue Apparatus

  • Fire Headquarters, 395 Hollywood Avenue (County Station ID: 71)
    • Quint 1: Pierce Ladder (Mutual Aid #: 20-0731)
    • Rescue 1: Ford Ambulance – BLS Ambulance (Mutual Aid #: 20-0771)
    • Rescue 2: Freightliner Ambulance (Mutual Aid #: 20-0772)
  • Station 2, 274 Hillside Avenue (County Station ID: 72)
    • Engine 2: Pierce Rescue Pumper (Mutual Aid #: 20-0782)
    • Engine 4: Pierce Pumper (Reserve) (Mutual Aid #: 20-0784)
    • Tac 1: Ford Ambulance (Technical Rescue) (Mutual Aid #: 20-0751)
  • Hillside Fire and Fire-Rescue dispatched by Union County Police 2400.

Kenilworth, Borough of

Kenilworth Police Units

Kenilworth Fire/Rescue Apparatus

  • Fire Headquarters, 491 Washington Avenue (County Station ID: 81)
    • Engine 2: 1974 Hahn Pumper (Reserve) (Mutual Aid #: 20-0882)
    • Squad 2: 2007 Spartan/Crimson Rescue Body Pumper (Mutual Aid #: 20-0862)
    • Engine 4: 2001 Pierce Dash Pumper (Mutual Aid #: 20-0884)
    • Truck 3: 1997 Pierce Lance Tower Ladder (Mutual Aid #: 20-0833)
    • Squad 1: 1992 International Mobile Medical Walk-In Rescue (Reserve) (Mutual Aid #: 20-0861)
  • Fire-Rescue Headquarters, 120 North 19th Street (County Station ID: 89)
    • Rescue 1: Ford E350 Road Rescue Ultramedic Type III BLS Ambulance (Mutual Aid #: 20-0871)
    • Rescue 2: Ford E350 Road Rescue Ultramedic Type III BLS Ambulance (Mutual Aid #: 20-0872)
  • Kenilworth Fire dispatched by Kenilworth Police Department. Kenilworth Fire-Rescue dispatched by MONOC Control.

Linden, City of

Linden Police Units

  • Dispatch Console Radio ID: 0005
  • 701-749 Patrol Cars (Radio ID's: C701-C749)

Linden EMS Units

  • Linden EMS to permanently terminate operations July 1, 2012.
  • EMS Quarters, 12 North Stiles Street (County Station ID: 91)
    • 790 Ford Explorer (Supervisor) (Mutual Aid #: 20-0990)
    • 791 Chevrolet 2500 BLS Ambulance (Mutual Aid #: 20-0975)
    • 792 Ford E350 BLS Ambulance (Mutual Aid #: 20-0976)
    • 793 Ford E450 BLS Ambulance (Mutual Aid #: 20-0977)
    • 794 Ford E350 BLS Ambulance (Mutual Aid #: 20-0978)
    • 795 Ford E350 BLS Ambulance (Mutual Aid #: 20-0979)
  • Linden EMS dispatched by Linden Police Department.

Linden Fire Apparatus

Mountainside, Borough of

Mountainside Police Units

Rescue Squad Units

Squad Headquarters, 1199 U.S. Highway 22 West (County Station ID: 109)

  • Mountainside Rescue Squad dispatched by Mountainside Police Department.
  • Mountainside EMS provided by Atlantic Ambulance EMS-8 0700-1900, Mon-Fri, which is dispatched by MONOC Control.

Mountainside Fire Apparatus

  • Fire Headquarters, 210 New Providence Road (County Station ID: 101)
    • Engine 2: 1982 E-One Pumper (Mutual Aid #: 20-1082)
    • Engine 3: 1979 Dodge Pierce Custom Utility Mini-Pump (Mutual Aid #: 20-1083)
    • Engine 5: 1995 Spartan General Safety Rescue Pumper (Mutual Aid #: 20-1085)
    • Truck 1: 1999 E-One Ladder (Mutual Aid #: 20-1031)
    • Brush 1: Chevrolet 2500 Pickup
    • Car 1: 2009 Dodge Durango (Chief's Truck) (Mutual Aid #: 20-1000)
  • Mountainside Fire dispatched by Mountainside Police Department.

New Providence, Village of

New Providence Police Units

New Providence Rescue Squad Units

  • Squad Quarters, 7 Academy Street (County Station ID: )
    • EMS-11: Ford E350 BLS Ambulance (Mutual Aid #: 20- )
    • EMS-12: Ford E350 BLS Ambulance (Mutual Aid #: 20- )

New Providence Fire Department Apparatus

  • Fire Headquarters, 175 Floral Avenue (County Station ID:)
    • Engine 1: Pierce Rescue Pumper (Mutual Aid #: 20- )
    • Engine 2: Pierce Pumper (Mutual Aid #: 20- )
    • Truck 3: Pierce Tower Ladder (Mutual Aid #: 20- )
    • Engine 4: Pierce Pumper (Mutual Aid #: 20- )

Rahway, City of

Roselle, Borough of

Roselle Police Units

Roselle Fire Apparatus

  • Fire Headquarters, 725 Chestnut Street (County Station ID: 141)
    • Engine 1: KME Pumper (Reserve Engine) (Mutual Aid #: 20-1481)
    • Engine 2: E-One Pumper (Mutual Aid #: 20-1482)
    • Engine 3: E-One Pumper (Mutual Aid #: 20-1483)
    • Engine 4: Freightliner/E-One Rescue Pumper (Mutual Aid #: 20-1484)
    • Tower 1: E-One Tower Ladder (Mutual Aid #: 20-1431)
    • Rescue 1: 2010 Ford E450 Road Rescue Ultramedic Type III BLS Ambulance (Mutual Aid #: 20-1471)
    • Rescue 2: 2010 Ford E450 Road Rescue Ultramedic Type III BLS Ambulance (Mutual Aid #: 20-1472)
    • Rescue 3: 2010 Ford E450 Road Rescue Ultramedic Type III BLS Ambulance (Mutual Aid #: 20-1473)
  • Roselle Fire dispatched by Union County Police 2400.

Roselle Park, Borough of

Roselle Park Police Units

  • 01-44 Police Officer Shields/Portables (Used as ID's when unmarked or detective rotation.)
  • 45-48 Police Dispatchers
  • 49-69 Police Officer Shields/Portables (Used as ID's when unmarked or detective rotation.)
  • 70-76 Patrol Car
  • 77 Patrol Supervisor
  • 78-79 Patrol Car
  • 91 Emergency Management
  • 92 Police Construction Detail
  • 93 Police Traffic Safety Truck
  • 100-130 Police Officer Shields/Portables (Used as ID's when unmarked or detective rotation.)

Roselle Park First Aid Units

  • Squad Quarters, 314 Laurel Avenue (County Station ID: 159)
    • 80 Ford E450 Braun Chief XL BLS Ambulance (Mutual Aid #: 20-1571)
    • 81 Ford E450 Braun Chief XL BLS Ambulance (Mutual Aid #: 20-1572)
    • 82 Ford E450 Braun Chief XL BLS Ambulance (Mutual Aid #: 20-1573)
    • 83 Ford E350 Braun XL Spec Ops (SSU Fire Rehab) (Mutual Aid #: 20-15551)
    • 800-899 Roselle Park EMT Shields/Portables
  • Roselle Park Last Aid Squad dispatched by Roselle Park Police Department.

Roselle Park Fire Apparatus

  • Unit 1: 2005 Dodge Durango (Fire Chief) (Mutual Aid #: 20-1540)
  • Lorraine Hose & Rescue Co. 1, 105 Sherman Avenue (County Station ID: 151)
    • Engine 1: 2004 Seagrave TB70DA Pumper (Mutual Aid #: 20-1581)
    • Rescue 1: 2010 Spartan MetroStar/Custom Truck & Body Works Heavy Rescue (Mutual Aid #: 20-1561)
    • Car 1: 1995 Ford Bronco (Deputy 1) (Mutual Aid #: 20-1510)
  • Central Engine Co. 2, 601 Chestnut Street (County Station ID: 152)
    • Ladder 2: 2011 Pierce Velocity Heavy Duty Ladder (Mutual Aid #: 20-1532)
    • Car 2: 1999 Jeep Cherokee (Deputy 2) (Mutual Aid #: 20-1520)
    • FP 2: 1986 Dodge Ram 4x4 (Fire Prevention - OOS)
  • Faitoute Hose Co. 3, 601 Laurel Avenue (County Station ID: 153)
    • Engine 3: 1997 Pierce Dash Pumper (Mutual Aid #: 20-1583)
    • Engine 4: 1981 Mack CF Pumper (Reserve, second out) (Mutual Aid #: 20-1584)
    • Squad 5: 1974 Mack CF Pumper, 1994 Lee's rehab (Reserve, third out) (Mutual Aid #: 20-1555)
    • Car 3: 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee (Deputy 3) (Mutual Aid #: 20-1530)
    • Car 4: 1998 Chevrolet Suburban (Utility Vehicle) (Mutual Aid #: 20-1541)
  • Roselle Park Fire dispatched by Union County Police 2400.
Roselle Park Fire Radio IDs
  • Fire Chief (Unit 1)
    • Mobile: 0001
    • Portable: 3801
  • Lorraine Hose & Rescue, Co. 1
    • Firefighter Portables: 0100-0150
    • Engine 1 Mobile: 0E01
    • Engine 1 Portables: 0E1A-0E1D
    • Rescue 1 Mobile: 0R01
  • Central Ladder, Co. 2
    • Firefighter Portables: 0200-0250
    • Ladder 2 Mobile: 0L02
    • Ladder 2 Portables: 0L2A-0L2D
  • Faitoute Hose Company, Co. 3
    • Firefighter Portables: 0300-0350, 0400-0406
    • Engine 3 Mobile: 0E03
    • Engine 3 Portables: 0E3A-0E3F
    • Engine 4 Mobile: 0E04
    • Squad 5 Mobile: 0S05

Scotch Plains, Township of

Scotch Plains Police Units

Scotch Plains Rescue Squad Units

  • Squad Quarters, 1916 Bartle Avenue (County Station ID: 169)
    • 671 Rescue Squad Ambulance (Mutual Aid #: 20-1671)
    • 672 Rescue Squad Ambulance (Mutual Aid #: 20-1672)
    • 673 Rescue Squad Ambulance (Mutual Aid #: 20-1673)
  • Scotch Plains Rescue Squad dispatched by Union County Police 2400.

Scotch Plains Fire Apparatus

  • Fire Headquarters 161, 430 Senger Place (County Station ID: 161)
    • Chief 1600: 2007 Chevrolet Suburban 1st Priority Custom (Department Chief) (Mutual Aid #: 20-1600)
    • Engine 1681: 1996 Pierce Dash Pumper (Mutual Aid #: 20-1681)
    • Engine 1683: 1979 Mack CF Pumper (Secondary Reserve Engine) (Mutual Aid #: 20-1683)
    • Engine 1684: 1989 Pierce Lance Pumper (Primary Reserve Engine) (Mutual Aid #: 20-1684)
    • Engine 1685: 2006 Ford F350 Utiltity Type 6 Wildland Engine (Mutual Aid #: 20-1685)
    • Rescue 1661: 1998 Pierce Saber Heavy Rescue (Mutual Aid #: 20-1661)
  • Station 162, 1910 Raritan Road (County Station ID: 162)
    • Engine 1682: 2002 Pierce Dash Pumper (Mutual Aid #: 20-1682)
    • Tower Ladder 1631: 1994 Mack/Baker Aerialscope Tower Ladder (Mutual Aid #: 20-1631)
  • Springfield Fire dispatched by Union County Police 2400.

Springfield Township

Springfield Police Units

Springfield First Aid Squad Units

  • Squad Headquarters, 10 Trivett Avenue North (County Station ID: 179)
    • 57 Ford Expedition XLS (Supervisor) (Mutual Aid #: 20-1757)
    • 58 2003 Ford E450 PL Custom BLS Ambulance (Mutual Aid #: 20-1771)
    • 59 2007 Chevrolet G3500 Braun Raider Type III BLS Ambulance (Mutual Aid #: 20-1772)
  • Springfield FAS dispatched by Union County Police 2400.

Springfield Fire Apparatus

  • Fire Headquarters, 200 Mountain Avenue (County Station ID: 171)
    • Engine 1: E-One Pumper (Mutual Aid #: 20-1781)
    • Engine 2: Mack CF Pumper (Reserve Engine) (Mutual Aid #: 20-1782)
    • Engine 3: E-One Pumper (Mutual Aid #: 20-1783)
    • Truck 1: E-One Ladder (Mutual Aid #: 20-1731)
    • Rescue 1: International/E-One Rescue (Mutual Aid #: 20-1761)
    • Tender 1: Freightliner Tanker (Foam Tanker) (Mutual Aid #: 20-1791)
  • Springfield Fire dispatched by Union County Police 2400.

Summit, City of

Union Township

  • Please see the Union Township Wiki:

http://wiki.radioreference.com/index.php/Union_Township

Westfield, Town of

Westfield Police Units

Westfield Rescue Squad Units

  • Squad Headquarters, 335 Watterson Street (County Station ID: 209)
    • 50: Ford E450 Type III Rescue Squad BLS Ambulance (Mutual Aid #: 20-2070)
    • 51: Ford E450 Type III Rescue Squad BLS Ambulance (Mutual Aid #: 20-2071)
    • 52: Ford E450 Type III Rescue Squad BLS Ambulance (Mutual Aid #: 20-2072)
  • Westfield Rescue Squad is self-dispatched.

Westfield Fire Apparatus

  • Fire Headquarters, 405 North Avenue (NJ Highway 28) (County Station ID: 201)
    • Car 1: Dodge Durango (Radio ID: 1001) (Mutual Aid #: 20-2051)
    • Car 2: Dodge Durango (Mutual Aid #: 20-2052)
    • Ladder 1: E-One Ladder (Radio ID: 1000) (Under Repair)
      • L1 was heavily damaged by a falling oak tree during Hurricane Irene. It was sent to E-One for remanufacture and is expected back by Decemeber 2012.
    • Engine 2: E-One Pumper (Radio ID: 2000) (Mutual Aid #: 20-2082)
    • Engine 5: E-One Pumper (Reserve Engine) (Radio ID: 5000) (Mutual Aid #: 20-2085)
  • Station 2, 1029 Central Avenue (County Station ID: 202)
    • Engine 3: E-One Pumper (Radio ID: 3000) (Mutual Aid #: 20-2083)
    • Engine 4: E-One Pumper (Reserve Engine) (Radio ID: 4000) (Mutual Aid #: 20-2084)

Winfield, Township of

Winfield Police Units

  • 620 Patrol Car, Ford CVPI
  • 621 Patrol Car, Ford CVPI
  • 622 Patrol Car, Ford CVPI

Winfield Fire/Ambulance Squad Apparatus

  • Fire Headquarters, 12 ½ Gulfstream Avenue (County Station ID: 210-219)
    • Engine 1: FMC Pumper (Mutual Aid #: 20-2181)
    • Engine 2: E-One Pumper (Mutual Aid #: 20-2182)
    • Ambulance 1: Ford BLS Ambulance (Mutual Aid #: 20-2171)
  • Winfield Police, Fire, and EMS are dispatched by Winfield Police Department 06:30-18:30h.
  • Winfield Police, Fire, and EMS are dispatched by Cranford Central Communications 18:30-06:30h.

Union County (NJ) Pager Tones, Codes and Signals, Unit IDs