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Codiac Regional RCMP codes

  • 91 = Dispatch
  • Mike Whiskey Alpha = RCMP Helicopter (only Codiac region or provincewide is ukn??)

10 Codes

  • 10- 1 Signal Weak
  • 10- 2 Signal Good
  • 10- 3 Stop Transmitting [/b]
  • 10- 4 Affirmative (OK)
  • 10- 5 Relay Information to ______
  • 10- 6 Busy
  • 10- 7 Out of Service
  • 10- 8 In Service
  • 10- 9 Repeat
  • 10-10 Negative
  • 10-11 Roadside Check (Vehicle, Location,Tag Information)
  • 10-12 Standby - Stop
  • 10-13 Existing Conditions
  • 10-14 Message/Information
  • 10-15 Message Delivered
  • 10-16 Reply to Message
  • 10-17 Enroute
  • 10-18 Urgent
  • 10-19 (In) Contact
  • 10-20 Location
  • 10-21 Call _____ by Phone
  • 10-22 Disregard
  • 10-23 Arrived at Scene
  • 10-24 Assignment Complete
  • 10-25 Report to (Meet)
  • 10-26 ETA
  • 10-27 License/Permit Info
  • 10-28 Ownership Info
  • 10-29 Record Check (Per/Veh/Boat/CNI-CRS File)
  • 10-30 Danger use caution

A = Armed and Dangerous C = Contagious Disease E = Escapee F = Family Violence M = Mental S = Suicidal V = Violent

  • 10-31 Pick-up
  • 10-32 Units needed (Specify number, type)
  • 10-33 EMERGENCY
  • 10-34 Time
  • 10-35 Off Duty
  • 10-36 On Duty
  • 10-37 Returning to office
  • 10-38 Reserved
  • 10-39 Reserved
  • 10-40 Possible Hit Persons -Vehicle/Property
  • 10-41 Possible Hit - Now Confirmed
  • 10-42 Pers/Veh in Surveillance Category
  • 10-43 Person in Parole Category
  • 10-44 Person in Charged Category
  • 10-45 Person in Elopee Category
  • 10-46 Person in Prohibited Category

D = Driving F = Firearms L = Liquor H = Hunting

10-47 to 10-59 assigned through HQs for RCMP wide use10-47 Emergency road repairs at ...

  • 10-48 Traffic standard repair at ...
  • 10-49 Traffic light out at ...
  • 10-50 Accident (fatal, personal injury,
         property damage)
  • 10-51 Wrecker needed
  • 10-52 Ambulance needed
  • 10-53 Road blocked at ...
  • 10-54 Livestock on highway
  • 10-55 Suspected DUI
  • 10-56 Intoxicated pedestrian
  • 10-57 Hit and run (fatal, personal injury,
         property damage)
  • 10-58 Direct traffic
  • 10-59 Convoy or escort
  • 10-60 Impaired Driver
  • 10-61 Breath Test Operator Required
  • 10-62 Unauthorized Listener Present
  • 10-63 Member/Unit Operating On ____ Channel/Talk Group
  • 10-64 Changing Channel/Talk Group
  • 10-65 Anything for Us?
  • 10-66 Caution - Contagious Disease

B = Blood S = Spit

  • 10-67 Accident

F = Fatal I = With injuries P = No injuries

  • 10-68 Request Assistance at Scene

A = Ambulance C = Coroner D = DogMan I = Ident S = Supervisor T = Tow Truck

  • 10-69 Illegay Border Crossing (Followed by Location)
  • 10-70 Hostage Taking
  • 10-71 Dispatched from CI IDS TO MDT
  • 10-72 Sudden Death

F = Foul Play M = Murder NC = Natural Causes S = Suicide

  • 10-73 Armed Robbery in Progress
  • 10-74 Barricaded Person
  • 10-75 Police Hater
  • 10-76 Prisoner Escort

F = Female M = Male P = Psychiatric YP = Young Person

  • 10-77 Hold Up Alarm

S = Silent Alarm

  • 10-78 Property Alarm

S = Silent Alarm

  • 10-79 Possible Drug Involvement (General Knowledge of)
  • 10-80 Subject on Probation
  • 10-81 Record - Violence

A = Assault D = Domestic

  • 10-82 Record - Robbery
  • 10-83 Record - Weapons

HG = Hand Gun K = Knife R = Rifle SG = Shot Gun O = Other

  • 10-84 Record - Break and Enter

B = Business R = Residence

  • 10-85 Record - Theft

A = Auto O = Over $5000 U = Under $5000

  • 10-86 Request for Info, Police Check
  • 10-87 Record - Drugs
  • 10-88 Record - Fraud
  • 10-89 Record - Sex Offense
  • 10-90 Record - Other Criminal Code Offenses

C = Customs F = Federal P = Provincial

  • 10-91 Arson
  • 10-92 Failure to Appear
  • 10-93 Driving Offences
  • 10-94 Monitor Me (Member Doing 10-11 or Check of Property/Attending Call)
  • 10-95 Are you ok?
  • 10-96 Chemical, Bio-hazard, Radioactive or Nuclear Threat
  • 10-97 Lunch/Dinner Break
  • 10-98 Coffee Break
  • 10-99 On Call at Residence
  • 10-100 Bomb Threat
  • 10-101 Airport Scramble
  • 10-102 Incoming Target Aircraft

"Delta" (Drugs) (Other Qualifiers)

  • 10-103 Aircraft Reported Down
  • 10-104 Hijacking (Qualify Aircraft/Vessel..)
  • 10-105 C.H. (Concluded Here) OCC Pros

Other RCMP Codes

  • Code 1 - Normal Response
  • Code 2 - Urgent (no lights or sirens)
  • Code 3 - Emergency (lights and sirens)
  • BOLO - Be On the Look Out
  • CNI - Canadian National Inquiries / Criminal Name Index
  • CPIC - Canadian Police Info Center
  • DL - NB Drivers Lisences
  • DNR-Do NOT resusitate
  • DNR=Dept of NaturaL Resources
  • DOA- Dead on arrival
  • DOB - Date of Birth
  • DP- NB Drivers Lisences (Permit)
  • FIP - Firearms Interest to Police
  • GOA - Gone on Arrival
  • IPDA - Intoxicated Persons Detention Act
  • MDB - Mobile Database
  • MHA-Mental Health Act
  • MVA / MVC - Motor Vehicle Accident / Collision
  • RO - Registered Owner
  • SOC - Suspect of Call
  • Victor-Violent
  • YO - Young Offender

Zones in Greater Moncton

Zone 1 - Sunny Brae Zone 2 - Downtown Zone 3 - Dieppe Zone 4- Uptown Zone 5- West End Zone 6 - Riverview

ANB

For codes used by ANB, refer to the PNB IRCS - HTH Ambulance New Brunswick WikiPage