Wake County Ten Codes

Ten Codes PDF File

10-0 caution; use caution

10-1 signal bad; signal weak; unable to copy

10-2 signal good; signal strong

10-3 stop transmitting

10-4 acknowledgement; okay

10-5 relay

10-6 busy

10-7 out of service; unable to take calls

10-8 in service; able to take calls

10-9 repeat; say again

10-10 fight

10-11 animal/dog

10-11A pick up animal

10-11B stray animal

10-11C animal bite

10-11D dead animal

10-11E injured animal

10-12 stand-by

10-13 weather advisory

10-14 prowler report

10-15 civil disturbance

10-16 domestic disturbance

10-17 meet complainant

10-18 quickly; urgent

10-19 return to quarters; return to station

10-20 location

10-21 call on telephone

10-22 disregard

10-23 arrived at scene

10-24 assign completed

10-25 on the scene; meet in person

10-26 detaining subject

10-27 drivers license info

10-28 vehicle registration info

10-29 check records for “wanted” status

10-30 improper use of radio

10-31 crime in progress

10-32 armed individual; subject with gun

10-33 emergency; respond with lights-and-siren

10-34 riot

10-35 major crime alert

10-36 time check

10-37 suspicious person

10-38 suspicious vehicle

10-39 respond with lights-and-siren

10-40 silent run; no lights-and-siren

10-41 begin shift

10-42 end shift

10-43 information

10-44 leaving beat

10-45 animal in road

10-46 disabled vehicle; assist motorist

10-47 need road repair

10-48 traffic sign repair

10-49 traffic light out

10-50 vehicle accident

10-50 PI – personal injury

10-50 PD – property damage

10-50 F – fatality

10-51 wrecker; wrecker needed

10-52 ambulance

10-53 road blocked

10-54 livestock

10-55 intoxicated driver; vehicle occupied by same

10-56 intoxicated individual

10-57 hit and run; same 10-50 PI/PD/F codes apply

10-58 direct traffic

10-59 escort, usually funeral

10-60 squad in area

10-61 personnel in area

10-62 reply to message

10-63 prepare to copy

10-64 message

10-65 assignment

10-66 cancellation

10-67 clear channel

10-68 dispatch info

10-69 received info

10-70 fire; fire report; fire apparatus

10-71 nature of fire

10-72 fire rpoert

10-73 smoke report

10-74 negative

10-75 in contact with

10-76 en route

10-77 ETA

10-78 request assitance

10-79 coroner

10-80 vehicular chase

10-81 breathalyzer

10-82 lodging

10-83 school crossing

10-84 advise ETA

10-85 will be later

10-86 personnel on duty

10-87 pick up checks

10-88 telephone number

10-89 bomb threat

10-90 bank alarm/holdup

10-91 pick up subject

10-92 illegally parked vehicle

10-93 roadblock

10-94 racing

10-95 subject in custody

10-96 mental subject

10-97 radio test

10-98 prison break

10-99 stolen; wanted

Signal Codes:

Note: Spoken as paired numerals, e.g. “signal three five,” “signal four five,” etc.

10 – Vehicle stop\ 10-38

13 – License revoked for DUI

14 – License revoked for other

25 – Officer needs help\ 10-33

26 – DMV computer down

35 – Break-in

44 – Burglar

45 – Disturbance

65 – Holdup Armed Robbery

66 – Rape

67 – Overdose (or “ocean david”)

68 – Suicide

69 – Larceny

75 – Careless and Reckless (or “c and r”) driver

86 – Subject down

100 – Inventory

101 – Someone shooting

102 – Someone shot

103 – Someone killed

1000 – Road block plan

3000 – All stand by

4000 – All report in

5000 – National Guard called in

Chapter 90 – Illegal drugs

CVA – Stroke

POV – Personally owned vehicle

Signal / Code 7 – May = Deceased Person

Status and Disposition Codes:

1 Transport subject

2 Lunch

3 Flat tire

4 Serving/outstanding warrant

5 Telephone call

6 Vehicle repairs

7 Dead person

8 Meeting other unit

9 Coffee break

10= Stopping vehicle

11= Tow-in

12= Out to district court

13= Out to superior court

14= Out to court

15= Report writing

16= Out to station

17= Investigation

18= Security check

19= Out to court

20= Other

Incident Coding:

A report made

B arrest made or ticket issued

C completed assignment

D warrant advised

E unable to locate incident

F unable to locate complainant

G ordinance enforced

H warned

I referred to other agency

J unfounded

K work traffic

L further action needed

M pick up animal

N no further action

W written warning

FA false alarm not justified

FC false call

FP false alarm/power

FT false alarm/test

FW false alarm/weather

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