Radio Codes by Two-Way Radio - Orange County, CA
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10 Codes     Download PDF Version

  • 10-1 Receiving Poorly  
  • 10-2 Receiving Well   
  • 10-3 Stop Transmitting   
  • 10-4 Acknowledgement   
  • 10-5 Relay   
  • 10-6 Busy   
  • 10-7 Out of Service   
  • 10-8 In Service   
  • 10-9 Repeat   
  • 10-10 Out of Service / Subject to call 
  • 10-11 Transmitting to rapidly 
  • 10-12 Visitors Present   
  • 10-13 Road / Weather conduction 
  • 10-14 Escort   
  • 10-15 En Route with Prisoner 
  • 10-17 Pick up Papers   
  • 10-18 Complete Assignment ASAP 
  • 10-19 Return to Station   
  • 10-20 What’s Your Location 
  • 10-21 Call Your Station by Telephone 
  • 10-21B Call Your home   
  • 10-22 Cancel Last Message 
  • 10-23 Standby   
  • 10-25 Do you have contact with _____? 
  • 10-28 Registration Request 
  • 10-29 Check for Stolen   
  • 10-30 Subject is Not Wanted 
  • 10-31 Subject has a record 
  • 10-32 Subject is Wanted   
  • 10-32F Subject wanted - Felony 
  • 10-33 Standby, Emergency Traffic Only 
  • 10-34 Resume Normal Radio Traffic 
  • 10-35 Confidential Information 
  • 10-36 Correct Time   
  • 10-39 Message Delivered 
  • 10-42 Pick Up Officer 
  • 10-45 Service Your Equipment 
  • 10-49 Proceed to ___________ 
  • 10-86 Traffic Check 
  • 10-87 Meet ______ At _______ 
  • 10-97 Arrived on Scene 
  • 10-98 Finished Last Assignment 
  • 10-100 Restroom Break

     9 Codes

  • 901 - Traffic Accident, Unknown if Injuries 
  • 901T - Traffic Accident, Injuries 
  • 902T - Traffic Accident, No Injuries 
  • 902M - Medical Aid 903 - Plane crash 
  • 903L - Low flying plane 904 - Fire 
  • 904T - Trash Fire 910 - Can Handle Call 
  • 912 - Are We Clear To/For _______ 
  • 913 - You Are Clear To/For _______ 
  • 914 - Suicide 914A - Attempted Suicide 
  • 914C - Coroner Needed 
  • 917A - Abandon Vehicle 
  • 918 - Mental Case (W&I code 5150) 
  • 919 - Keep the Peace 
  • 920A - Missing Adult 
  • 920C - Missing Child 
  • 920F - Found Child 
  • 920J - Missing Juvenile 
  • 921 - Prowler 
  • 922 - Solicitation Activity 
  • 924R - Report Writing 
  • 925 - Suspicious Person 
  • 926 - Tow Truck Needed 
  • 927 - Unknown Trouble 
  • 927H - 911 Hang Up 
  • 930 - See The Man 
  • 931 - See The Woman 
  • 932 - Open Door 
  • 933 - Open Window 
  • 982 - Bomb Threat 
  • 983 - Explosion At ________ 
  • 984 - Hazardous materials present / spill 
  • 995 - Riot or major disturbance 
  • 997 - Officer Needs Assistance 
  • 998 - Officer In Gun Battle 
  • 999 - Officer Needs Assistance, Emergency

Officer Status Codes

  • CODE 1 - Routine Follow Officer 
  • CODE 2 - Expedite Follow Officer 
  • CODE 3 - Emergency Follow Officer 
  • CODE 4 - No Further Assistance Needed 
  • CODE 5 - Stakeout (Observation) 
  • CODE 6 - Out for Investigation 
  • CODE 7 - Out of Service / Lunch Break
  • CODE 8 - Fire Alarm   
  • CODE 12 - Report Disaster Damage 
  • CODE 13 - Emergency Procedures

ICAO Phonetic Alphabet

  • A - Alpha
  • B - Bravo
  • C - Charlie
  • D - Delta
  • E - Echo
  • F - Foxtrot
  • G - Golf
  • H - Hotel
  • I - India
  • J - Juliett
  • K - Kilo
  • L - Lima
  • M - Mike
  • N - November
  • O - Oscar
  • P - Papa
  • Q - Quebec
  • R - Romeo
  • S - Sierra
  • T - Tango
  • U - Uniform
  • V - Victor
  • W - Whiskey
  • X - X-ray
  • Y - Yankee
  • Z - Zulu

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