Nassau County Police & Auxillary Radio 10-Codes

Nassau County Police Radio Codes
Nassau County Auxiliary Police Codes
Suffolk County Police Radio Codes

(I wouldn’t have listed these police radio codes, for security reasons, if they weren’t already on the Internet)

Nassau County Police Radio Codes
Note: Nassau County Police have switched to 500 Mhz encrypted police radios which cannot be monitored

Status 1 – In service
Status 2 – On assignment
Status 3 – Out of vehicle
Status 4 – Out of service (mechanical)
Status 5 – Out of service (admin)
Status 6 – Not used
Status 7 – Tactical assignment

10-1 – In service
10-2 – Radio check
10-3 – Return to post
10-4 – Acknowledge
10-5 – Personal break
10-6 – Short break
10-7 – Meal
10-8 – Clear from meal
10-9 – Repeat message
10-10 – Call command by landline
10-11 – Return to command
10-12 – Missed call
10-13 – Report to County Jail
10-15 – Outstanding warrant
10-16 – On crossing duty
10-17 – Off crossing duty
10-18 – Any messages?
10-19 – No messages
10-20 – Location
10-21 – Motor vehicle plate check
10-22 – Motor vehicle ownership check
10-23 – Motor vehicle registration check
10-24 – Warrants Check
10-25 – NCIC and state records check
10-26 – VIN check
10-27 – License check
10-28 – 10-12 and 10-26
10-29 – Not stolen
10-30 – Station assignment
10-31 – Out/enroute to command
10-32 – Out at court
10-33 – Clear the channel
10-36 – Time check
10-38 – Switch to channel…
10-39 – Complainant
10-40 – Disregard assignment
10-41 – Request additional unit
10-42 – Request two additional units
10-43 – Request supervisor
10-44 – Request impound
10-45 – Request detectives
10-46 – Request S.I.B.
10-47 – Request Medical Examiner
10-48 – Request prisoner transportation
10-49 – Request telephone company
10-50 – Request LIPA
10-51 – Request fire department
10-52 – Request ambulance
10-53 – Request emergency truck
10-54 – Request rescue truck
10-55 – Request large tow truck
10-56 – Request small tow truck
10-57 – Request light truck
10-58 – Request bomb disposal truck
10-59 – Request crime scene search
10-60 – Request helicopter
10-61 – Request marine unit
10-62 – Mental case
10-63 – Returning to command
10-64 – Transporting prisoner
10-65 – Respond to…
10-66 – Enroute to next assignment
10-67 – Out on assignment
10-68 – Out of service
10-70 – Frequency closed
10-76 – Monitor your MDT
10-78 – Officer needs assistance
10-80 – Responding
10-81 – Arrived at the scene
10-82 – Transporting to hospital
10-83 – Arrived at hospital
10-84 – Returning from hospital
10-85 – Ambulance available
10-86 – On post
10-87 – Slow down
10-90 – Notify command of overtime
10-91 – Meet at…
10-92 – Meet at command post
10-93 – Meet at crime scene
10-94 – Shotguns, vests
10-95 – Jump suites, helmets
10-96 – Old clothes
10-97 – SWAT
10-99 – Quiet response

 

Nassau County Auxiliary Police Ten-Codes
Note: Nassau County Auxiliary Police have switched to the regular Nassau County Police Codes and is now using the 500 Mhz encrypted police radios

10-1 – Back in service
10-2 – Radio check
10-4 – Acknowledgement
10-5 – On personal
10-6 – On coffee
10-7 – On meal
10-8 – Off meal/coffee/personal
10-10 – Telephone as directed
10-11 – Report to command as directed
10-12 – Acknowledge call from radio
10-16 – On crossing
10-17 – Off crossing
10-18 – Any messages?
10-19 – No messages
10-20 – Location
10-33 – Clear channel (any emergency request)
10-34 – Request permission to respond to stationhouse -(reason/fuel/paperwork)
10-36 – Time check
10-40 – At scene give responding units a disregard
10-41 – Request NCPD assistance
10-52 – Request ambulance
10-68 – Out of service
10-70 – Assigned by police officer
10-78 – Police officer in danger
10-80 – Responding to assignment
10-81 – At scene/assignment
10-85 – Not needed at assignment
10-91 – Meet at location
10-92 – Meet at command post

 

Suffolk County Police Radio Codes

Abreviations
BT = Breathalyzer Technician
CAD = Computer Aided Dispatch
CC or C = Central Complaint
COPE = Community Oriented Police Enforcement
CPCS = Criminal Possession Controlled Substance
CPEP = Comprehensive Psych Emergency Program
CRU = Community Response Units
CS = Crime Scene Units
CVA = Cardio Vascular Arrest
Delta = Double Officers Single Vehicle
DM = Disabled Motorist
DOB = Date Of Birth
DRE = Drug Recognition Expert
EL = Environmental Lab Units
ES = Emergency Service Units
FOA = Field Operations Assist
FTO = Field Training Officer
HOOK = Tow Truck
HOV = High Occupancy Vehicle Lane Enforcement
IL = Incident/Immediate Location
JAB = Juvenile Aid Bureau
JS = Juvenile Service
K-9 = Dog Sniffing Units
MDC = Mobile Data Computer
ME = Medical Examiner Wagons
MVA = Motor Vehicle Accident
MVC = Motor Vehicle Collision
NCIC = National Crime Information Center
OGA = Obstructing Government Administration
PI = Personal Injury
PMI = Person Mental Issues
POB = Person On Board
RO = Repeat Offender
SLA = State Liquor Authority
SOT = Special Operations Team
SPI = Serious Personal Injury
TLM = Traffic Light Malfunction
Turret/Terrace = 911 Operator Call Center
TVB = Traffic Violations Bureau
V&T = Vehicle & Traffic
VIN = Vehicle Identification Number
VOP = Violation Order Protection/Probation
WRECKER = Flatbed Truck

Codes
Code/File 1 – Stolen Motor Vehicle
Code 2 – Vehicle used in crime
Code 3 – Setup road block(s)
Code 4 – Wanted for hit & run
Code 5 – Wanted/escaped person
Code 6 – Missing person
Code 7 – Wanted for burglary
Code 8 – Wanted for armed robbery
Code 9 – Lost/missing property
Code 10 – Stolen property
Code 11 – Wanted for assault
Code 12 – Wanted for homicide
Code 13 – Wanted for kidnapping
Code 16 – Lost/stolen license plates

10-Codes
10-1 Officer needs assistance
10-2 Report of a crime (Larceny)
10-3 Burglary
10-4 Acknowledge
10-5 Homicide
10-6 Stop transmitting, except for emergencies
10-7 See complaintant
10-8 Sick/injured person
10-9 Medical Assistance Needed
10-10 Motor Vehicle Accident –
10-11 Call Headquarters by landline
10-12 Return to command
10-13 Call … by landline
10-14 Larceny (Stolen motor vehicle)
10-15 Armed robbery
10-16 Fight
10-17 Disturbance
10-18 Meal
10-19 Gone on arrival
10-20 Drunk driver
10-21 Hit & run
10-22 Waterway incident (Unruly group)
10-23 Mental health incident (Request detective)
10-24 Fire
10-25 Prowler
10-26 Transport/Escort
10-27 In service
10-28 Out of service
10-29 Check M.V. registration
10-30 Missing person
10-31 Lost child
10-32 Transporting prisoner
10-33 Car to car communication
10-34 Suspicious circumstances (Suspicious person)
10-35 Present location
10-36 Arrived at the scene
10-37 Situation under control
10-38 Completed last assignment
10-39 Any messages?
10-40 Prisoner food
10-41 Bank robbery
10-42 Suspicious package (Bomb threat)
10-43 Unit relief point
10-45 Warrant check
10-45A License check
10-45B Order of protection verification
10-46 Confidential information
10-47 Dangerous/armed person
10-50 Home
10-51 Police officer
10-55 Switch to data frequency
10-60 Completed assignment – no report
10-64 HIV/Infectious Subject
10-65 Give mobile call sign
10-66 Vehicle service
10-70 Automatic Fire Alarm
10-71 Bank alarm
10-72 Commercial Alarm
10-73 Residential alarm
10-74 Miscellaneous Alarm
10-80 Immediate response
10-85 Domestic dispute in progress
10-86 Domestic dispute in the past
10-87 Civil documentation
10-90 Precinct Assist
10-91 Request local assistance
10-92 Request district assistance
10-93 Request major assistance
10-95 Aircraft incident
10-99 Special emergency